Jeopardy! and 6 other games you can play on a Google smart display

Google adds Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, Jeopardy! and more to its catalog of visual games for smart displays.

Molly Price Former Editor
2 min read

Guess the Drawing is the newest Google smart display game.


Games with Google Assistant aren't a new idea. Smart speakers from the search giant play voice-based games. In addition to those voice-centric games, Google is rolling out a library of visually focused games designed to take advantage of the a smart display screen.

Today, Google announced an expanded library of visual gaming experiences on Assistant-powered smart displays like the Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max. Let's take a look at the games aimed at gathering the family around the smart display. 

Guess the Drawing

The newest game to hit the Google family of smart displays, this Pictionary-style game allows individuals to guess an evolving drawing as quickly as they can or compete with other players in a multi-player party mode. Access it by saying, "Hey Google, let's play Guess the Drawing" to get started. 


The classic trivia game is available on Google smart displays.



The timeless TV game show is now on smart displays with the same iconic blue and white slides. It's hosted by Alex Trebek, allowing you to relive all your '90s game show fantasies. Don't forget to answer in the form of a question.


Make virtual millions in the adaptation of the TV classic. 


Who Wants to be a Millionaire

Speaking of classics, Who Wants to be a Millionaire brings yet another beloved TV show to the smart display. Use a lifeline to survive and advance, and see how you stack up with players around the world in weekly leaderboards.


Put your trivia chops to the test with this simple smart display game.


Trivia Crack

Trivia games had a real moment on mobile platforms in the last few years, and that addictive tournament style competition is on smart displays, too. Trivia Crack include solo or multiplayer options for categories like History, Sport, Art, Entertainment, Geography and Science. 


Escape a virtual room with visual clues on your smart display.


Escape the Room

We've played escape games via voice before, and were left feeling a little underwhelmed. Adding a visual element is a good move, and Escape the Room lets you explore your surroundings visually for hidden clues. 


Play a crossword-inspired puzzle on your smart display. 


Crosswords on a smart display

Want a hands-free crossword challenge from the convenience of your kitchen? "Puzzle of the Day" will help keep your mind sharp with daily word puzzles that are adapted specifically for your smart display.  


Write your own silly stories with MadLibs on your smart display.



This road trip classic is now digital. MadLibs is a template-based storytelling game, and on Google smart displays you can choose silly words to make quick, ridiculous stories that are sure to get a few laughs. 

These are just a handful of games you might recognize and want to try on a smart display. Google plans to continue working with game developers to add more gaming experiences to smart displays this year.

To browse all the games available on your smart display, say, "Hey Google, let's play a game." 

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