You Can Now Play a Bunch of New Google Nest Games
Google is turning its smart displays into fun-filled gaming machines with the release of a bunch of new Nest games. If you’re looking for a new platform to play games on, the Nest might just be the device for you.
New Google Nest Games You Can Play
Google Nest smart displays already had a few simple games available for them. These included the full suite of voice games available on Google’s smart speakers. However, the new games Google is launching take advantage of both the voice and touch functionality of Nest Smart Displays.
For fans of trivia, Google is launching Jeopardy, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, and Trivia Crack. All three games work using both your voice and the touchscreen, so they’re perfect Google Nest games.
If trivia isn’t your thing, Google has also announced Escape the Room. This new game is about exploring different places to find hidden clues. Since most escape rooms are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this sounds like the perfect time for this game to arrive on the scene.
As you might expect, there are also some word games coming for Google Nest. For example, Google announced a game called Categories Battle. This is an exciting game where you need to come up with categories based on a random letter. There’s also Puzzle of the Day, which is for playing hands-free crossword puzzles.
If you want to try these Nest games, you need to say, “Hey Google, Let’s Play a Game.”
The Future of Google Nest Gaming
While Google has announced a few exciting games coming to its Nest smart display, the company has big plans for more games going forward.
In a post on The Keyword , Google states that it will “work directly with top game developers to unlock more immersive experiences that are only possible with the unique capabilities of the Smart Display.”
Even if you don’t own a Google Nest smart display, you probably do own a smartphone. So here are the best mobile games you can play with no data .
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