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You can travel the world with this Amazon Alexa-powered board game

4 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

If you love that classic combination of travel, board games, and smart speakers, the round-the-world trivia game, When In Rome, could be the perfect post-dinner activity to whip out next time you have friends over. Developed by Voice Originals, the game works with Amazon Alexa , so you will need an Alexa-powered device like the Amazon Echo to play, which we used to test it out. To get going, you will also need to enable the free When In Rome skill in the Alexa app. In the box you'll find a world map board, player tokens, ‘friend' tokens, ‘upgrade cards', and five ‘souvenir' objects - all...
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