Voice is natural, conversational, and intuitive. Enhance your existing games with Alexa Skills, or re-imagine game play as a voice-first experience.
Reach customers via tens of millions of Alexa-enabled devices and drive player engagement and awareness.
Make money with In-Skill Purchasing by selling premium content to enrich your skill experience.
You can build voice only game skills or rich multimodal skills by adding visuals and touch using the Alexa Presentation Language. You can also use echo buttons to increase interactivity. Each button illuminates and can be pressed to trigger a variety of play experiences.
Create Alexa game skills for a stand-alone voice-first experience, a companion experience to other games such as console games, or an integrated experience where your Alexa skill has a direct role in another game play, such as moderating a board game.
Create interactive stories, adventure games, words & trivia, kids games and more.
Sell premium content to enrich your Alexa skill experience. Examples include in-game products, unlocked features and content, and more.
Adding visual elements and touch can make your voice-first experiences even more delightful, engaging, and easy to use.
The Gadgets Skill API enables developers to create games for Echo Buttons. Each button illuminates and can be pressed to trigger a variety of play experiences powered by Alexa.
Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob skill for Alexa entertains kids with a voice-first memory game.
Alexa game skill Would You Rather for Family added in-skill purchasing and saw revenue growth.
Conversation with Stoked Skills' Gal Shenar on how to build captivating voice-first games.
(Beginner) Learn how to create a quiz, solicit answers to fill-in-the-blank, and gather information in the form of slots.
(Beginner) Easily create a trivia game that asks multiple choice questions. Learn how to keep score. Learn more
(Beginner) Create games that ask a series of questions to arrive at a conclusion. Learn more
Sony designed the skill to extend an experience authentic to the original TV show to fans at home. Delivering fresh content every day, the skill accepts responses always phrased in the form of a question.
Nickelodeon's skill places kids behind the counter at the Krusty Krab diner where they take orders that they then have to remember. The skill features 70 characters from the show including Patrick, Plankton, and Mr. Krabs.
Earplays’ skill features voice acting, music, and sound effects like old-time radio dramas. Learn how the skill builders worked out many of the pitfalls inherent to branching story plots before coding.
Andy Huntwork designed this sophisticated, interactive adventure, hosting 10 adventure storylines, 200 scenes, 30,000 spoken words, numerous character voices, and hundreds of sounds effects.
Warner Bros. incorporated music and sound effects to create one of the most engaging game skills for Alexa. Using a decision tree model, the skill builders translated their script into code hosted on AWS.
In just two weeks, a group of Carnegie Mellon University students built a fully immersive virtual world using Unity game engine, Oculus Rift, Alexa, Amazon DynamoDB and other AWS services.