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Thing Guesser is a word guessing game for kids where Alexa teams up with the new robot, the Thing-Guesser 2000 (TG), to guess the word you've picked.
Thing Guesser is pretty simple. You think of something, and TG and Alexa try to figure out what that thing is by asking you questions. You answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to those questions. Alexa and TG try to guess your secret thing as quickly as they can. If they can guess it in 20 questions or less, they win. If they can’t guess it in 20 questions, you win.
To play the game, you have to think of your secret thing. Something like a car, a zebra, or a banana. Once you have picked your secret thing, Alexa and TG will to ask you questions about it to see if they can guess what it is.
There is also a way to play where Alexa and TG pick a secret thing and tell you facts about it, and you try to guess what it is.
Thing Guesser is designed for children, so there is a limited vocabulary. The questions should be easily understood by children 7 years old or older.