Google Assistant is now able to do things like beatbox, host musical chairs, talk to Mickey Mouse, and play a variety of games made especially for kids.

To play a game, say “OK Google, Abracadabra,” for example, or say “OK Google, let’s play a game” to be introduced to more than 20 games like Mickey Mouse Adventure, space trivia, and Sports Illustrated Kids.

Most of the games are for kids, but Lucky Trivia for Families and Family Sports Trivia are made for a broader range of age groups.

Google Assistant voice apps for kids also include personalized education service cK-12 and study.com, a website with thousands of educational videos.

Google requires parents to create Family Link accounts for kids under 13 to get unique voice signature identification.

Google Assistant is able to recognize up to six unique voices.

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