Washington, DC – One of the world’s leading creators of voice applications, Matchbox.io has partnered with The Pew Charitable Trusts to launch "Generations," a free interactive multiplayer voice game available on Amazon Alexa devices.
Part of Pew’s Living Facts initiative, "Generations" invites Americans of all ages to test their knowledge on current generations, from the Greatest and Silent Generations, to Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and Generation Z.
With dozens of unique questions about American life, the game provides 10 questions at a time, and an opportunity to compete against friends and family. As the game progresses, players learn a bit more about each topic before moving on to the next challenging question.
"We are delighted to partner with The Pew Charitable Trusts, a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization founded 72 years ago," said Joel Wilson, Founder and CEO of Matchbox.io. "Their Living Facts initiative provides inspiring and insightful information about who Americans are and how we live. We’re honored to help bring their work to the voice-first platform."
The "Generations" game is part of Matchbox.io’s Question of the Day, one of the most popular voice applications in the world. To play, Amazon Alexa device owners in the United States can say, "Alexa, ask Question of the Day about Generations."
With millions of fans in dozens of countries around the world, Matchbox.io is the award-winning creator behind some of the most popular voice experiences on Amazon Alexa, Google Home Assistant, and Samsung Bixby, including Question of the Day, Find My Phone, Kids Quiz, and Guess My Name.