Settle Disputes About Board Game Rules With This Alexa Skill – Info Computing
I'm an incredibly competitive person, especially when it comes to board games. That means that I will always be the first person to declare someone is “breaking the rules” and whip out the rulebook to prove it.
There are also plenty of times that we pull out a board game to play it and have to take a minute to figure out how one actually plays the game in questions, especially when the rule book has somehow disappeared from the box.
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Board Games Answers is a free Alexa app that makes handling game disputes or just figuring out how to play a game in the first place a little easier. Once enabled, you can ask Alexa questions like how many people can play Monopoly or who goes first in Scrabble, and get an answer instantly without having to dig through the rule book.
The Skill supports a number of classic games, but if you're playing something a little more obscure you might still have to head to Google for the answer instead. Still, for the more common games out there it can be a nice way to get a second opinion quickly when you're having a dispute over the rules without having to slow down the game.
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