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From the Twisted Tales library, Hansel & Gretel is an immersive interactive story for kids that lets you – the listener – play the part of Hansel & Gretel OR the Evil Witch, living the stories from their point of view!
Hansel and Gretel have a problem. The narrator of their story is really boring. So they tell him to get on with it! He is rather perturbed by this, characters aren’t supposed to talk back.
Will they resolve their differences? Who really controls the story? What are the possible effects of eating too much gingerbread? And should they visit the incredibly big, ugly, evil ogre who eats children? It’s all up to you.
Currently there are two stories available. To play them, just say:
“Alexa, open Hansel & Gretel” or “Alexa, open Red Riding Hood”
Twisted Tales include: * Multiple choices and alternative endings * Possibility to play story from Hansel & Gretel and Evil Witch point of view * Professional voice acting * Immersive music * Flawless sound effects
FEEDBACK: Please leave us a review if you like our skill, or send us an email with your suggestions and what new stories would you like us to make at email@example.com.
For more stories please visit www.sonnar.nz/twisted-tales or search for sonnar interactive in your Alexa app.
these stories are fantastic beginning to end. the character voices are grest and the choices are clever. my kids love making choices to see how the story unfolds. the tricky part is for them to answer the question on which path to take. if their excited babble is unclear to Alexa, the is no second chance and the story rewinds the entire segment. chouces arent separested by "or" so my kids often try to repeat the whole statement.