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Geography Genius is a fun educational game to help kids learn the countries and cities of the world. The game can be played in one player or multi-player mode. The game involves players alternating saying countries and cities that start with the last letter of the previously said place. The goal is to get the highest possible score.
Ex. First player says “United States”. Next player can say “Seattle”
How to Play To start the game say: “Alexa, start Geography Genius”
At the welcome prompt say a game mode. Ex. “One player” or “Multiplayer”
At the next prompt say a country or a city. Ex. “United States”
Then the next player has to say a country or a city that starts with the last letter of the previous place
Continue until you or your team can’t think of anymore valid countries or cities.
Now you know how to play! Get ready to start becoming a geography genius!
Game Modes One player: In one player mode you compete with yourself to earn the highest possible score, while playing alongside the “Geography Genius”. To start the game, the player says a country or a city, then the “Geography Genius” will say a place. On each turn a player has three guesses. If the three guesses are used up, any remaining skips will be used. If no skips remain the player gets the final game score.
Multi-player: In multi-player mode you work as a team, alternating players each turn, to earn the highest possible score. To start the game, a player says a country or a city, then the next player says a place that starts with the last letter of the previous place. This continues until the game ends. On each turn a team only has three guesses. If the three guesses are used up, any remaining skips will be used. If no skips remain the team gets the final game score.
Useful In-Game Utterances Say “rules” at welcome prompt to get the game rules
Say “Alexa, help” at any point to get help
Say “Alexa, stop” or “Alexa, cancel” at any point and you will be prompted to exit the game
Say “Alexa, exit” at any point to exit Geography Genius.
Say “score” or “stats” at an in-game prompt to get the game stats.
Say “more info” at an in-game prompt to get details of the most recently said place.
Say “skip” at a prompt to skip the current turn, and receive a new random letter. This uses up a skip.
My main beef with the game is that there’s 1) no real objective and 2) a bunch of major countries and cities missing. Alexa really has the nerve to tell me that Turkey, UAE, and Georgia are not countries?
This skill does NOT have that many update countries example it will not take Vatican City which IS a country & it will not accept multi word names ... example OKLAHOMA CITY & NEW YORK CITY... 1 thing is Alexa CAN USE Turkey but if I try is says it is NOT A COUNTRY