Google Assistant games are a category of Google games you can play right now from your smartphone or a smart speaker. Whether you’re taking a break or are bored and looking for ways to kill time, these are some of the Google Assistant games you should check out. Since these are available right from Google Assistant, you don’t have to spend time waiting to download or install games.
Best Google Assistant Games to Play in 2021
Google Assistant games are fun to play and are best suited for children. You can play the games using simple voice commands. You can explore the list using the table of contents button present below. With that said, let’s get started with the list.
1. Are You Feeling Lucky?
Are You Feeling Lucky? is a multi-genre quiz game created to test your general knowledge. You can play this game in single-player mode or with 5 other players. Although it is a True/False type game, Google gives you more context about the topic once you’ve answered the question. If you’re interested, you can start the game with the voice command ‘play Are You Feeling Lucky’ on Google Assistant.
2. Song Quiz
Consider yourself a melophile? Song Quiz Google Assistant game is here to challenge you. Access Google Assistant and say ‘Play Song Quiz’ to launch the game. You can play solo while competing against random opponents or play against three other friends. You can choose a pop music decade – 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 2000s, 2010s, or Bollywood to get started.
3. Are You a Potterhead
Nothing frustrates me more than a self-proclaimed Potterhead who doesn’t have a deep understanding of the Harry Potter universe. If you want to challenge someone who claims to be a Potterhead or you just want to assess your knowledge on the wizarding world, ‘Are You a Potterhead’ Google Assistant game is what you should be looking at. Simply say ‘Play Are You a Potterhead’ and answer the questions that appear on the screen.
Jeopardy! is a Google Assistant game that tests your general knowledge. For those who are not familiar with Jeopardy!, let me explain. The question is typically framed as a statement and you should respond with the answer as a question. For instance, the answer to the statement below is ‘What is Windows 95?’. ‘Talk to Jeopardy’ Google Assistant command takes you to the game.
5. Ding Dong Coconut
Ding Dong Coconut is a memory game where you associate sounds with words. When you hear specific audio, you should say the corresponding word. While the concept of the game sounds simple on the surface, it gets tricky as you proceed further and challenges your memory and recalling capabilities. To play the game, open Assistant and say ‘play Ding Dong Coconut.’
6. Football Quizzer
As the name suggests, this game is all about Football. You’ll be asked a question and given three options. All you’ve to do is pick the right answer from the 3. While I’m not personally a Football expert, I’m sure this is something Football fans would love. If you’re one, go ahead and say ‘Play Football quizzer’ to Google Assistant.
7. Pictures Puzzle
Pictures Puzzle is another Google Assistant game where you can answer questions about a picture Assistant shows you. If you’re interested to check this out, open Assistant and say “let me talk to picture puzzle.” When I tried the game, I found the difficulty level to be fairly easy and the game is best suited for children.
8. Animal Kingdom Trivia
Are you someone who gets fascinated by the animal kingdom and wildlife? If you are, Animal Kingdom Trivia is the Google Assistant game you need to test your knowledge in the subject. The game is simple – you get a question along with three options. Your task is to pick the right answer. To play this game, trigger Google Assistant and say ‘Play Animal Kingdom Trivia.’
9. Disney Princess
Disney Princess is a game where you can hear stories from one of the princesses – Belle, Cinderella, Tiana, Ariel, or Jasmine or go on a text-based adventure together. If you choose to go on an adventure, you’ll be asked questions to make decisions to move the plot forward. Those who love the Disney world will have a good time playing this game. The command ‘Talk to Disney Princess’ takes you to the game.
10. Mickey Mouse Adventure
If you’re someone who prefers Mickey Mouse from the Disney world, there’s a game for you too. Open Google Assistant and say ‘Play Mickey Mouse Adventure’ to enter the game. You can then go on an adventure with Mickey Mouse and help him get to his magic show or hear stories.
11. Guess the Word
Guess the word is a game where you, well, guess the word. You’ll be provided which category the word belongs in, along with a few letters to help you guess better. Simply put, guess the word can help you kill time when you’re bored. To get started, use the Google Assistant command ‘talk to guess the word.’
12. Number Genie
Number Genie is a number prediction game where you have to guess the right number. You can either choose from one of the options shown in the Assistant interface or speak to make your guess. Based on your number input, Number Genie will say if the target number is higher or lower than it. To try it out yourself, summon Google Assistant and say ‘talk to Number Genie.’
13. Guess The State
Think you know all about the states in India? Well, this game might make you think again. As the name suggests, your objective in the game is to accurately guess the state based on the facts you’re provided with. If you can’t find the result, you can choose to get a hint to guess better. You can access this game with the keyword ‘talk to guess the state.’
14. Lottie Dottie Chicken
Lottie Dottie Chicken is a fun game where you can choose from a variety of fun activities including short stories, smarty lottie, music time, freeze, adventures, up’ n’ down, surprise egg, lullabies, and small talk. Appropriate for children, you can use the command ‘play Lottie Dottie Chicken’ on Google Assistant to try it out.
15. Guess the Fake
If you’ve always enjoyed debunking misinformation or see yourself working for one of the fact checking websites out there in the future, you’ll love Guess the fake game. The game will show a statement along with two options – fact and fake. You can choose either of these based on the claim put forth in the question. Access it using the ‘talk to guess the fake’ command.
16. Tic Tac Toe
Who doesn’t love playing Tic Tac Toe? Gone are the days when you need a pen and paper to play this classic game. You can now play Tic Tac Toe right from Google Assistant. You can either play against the system or choose to play against a friend. There are three difficulty levels – Easy, Medium, and Impossible to choose from and you can access the game with the command ‘play Tic Tac Toe.’
17. Connect Four
Connect Four is a game where two players compete against each other to get a vertical, horizontal, or diagonal line of four discs of their color in a 6 x 7 grid. You should choose one of the seven columns to place the column while making sure that the opponent doesn’t make a line of four discs before you. You can check this game out with the command ‘Talk to Connect Four.’
18. Guess the Shape
If you are a math wiz, Guess the shape is one game you’re likely to enjoy the most. The game will detail the characteristics of a shape and you can guess the right shape. As you can see below, I’m not a huge fan of math-based games, but if you’re one, you can access this game by saying ‘Talk to Guess the shape.’
19. Categories Battle
Categories Battle picks a random letter and asks you to guess the right word across different categories based on the hint you’re given to find it. You can play solo or with your friends. Moreover, you should make your guesses in 60 seconds. The command ‘talk to Categories Battle’ will give you access to the game.
20. Magic Jinn
Magic Jinn is a game where you should think of an animal and the bot will try to guess it right by asking a set of questions. You can respond to the question with answers like Yes, No, I don’t know, and it depends. After asking enough questions, Magic Jinn will guess an animal. You can then check if it managed to guess the right animal. To try it out, say ‘talk to Magic Jinn’ to Google Assistant.
Play Google Assistant Games and Cure Boredom
So, those are the Google Assistant games we loved playing. Which one of these is your favorite? Let us know in the comments. Before leaving, I would recommend checking out our articles on changing Google Assistant settings, using Guest mode on your Google Assistant device, and other Google Assistant tricks you should try.