How to Play “Westworld: Labyrinth Without Amazon Echo”
Now, when I finished the second season of the “World of the Wild West”, freezing the motor functions in a delightful but somewhat bewildering series for the next year or two, you can get lost a bit in what you do next. Find another show to play around? Reread even more fan theories? Start writing a delightful vintage piano cover of your favorite 1990s alt rock song?
Do not worry; you can still get another hit the world of the Wild West before they begin the long wait. And I’m not talking about this terrible mobile game that Bethesda is trying to consign to oblivion – the tablecloth of the road.
If you have an Amazon Echo device, try the skill Westworld: The Maze . While that might keep you from fulfilling all of your secret fantasies in the murder-filled version of Disney’s Frontierland, it’s a smart little ride with a choice of adventures that includes “two hours of unique gameplay,” as its description says. is reading. (You can probably complete it in about 20-30 minutes if you know your knowledge of Westworld and make smart choices.)
If you don’t have an Echo, you won’t be overlooked – uh, maze. Download the Amazon iOS or Android app and open it. Click on the icon in the upper right corner that looks like a small solar eclipse but is actually a tiny speech bubble in the center of a white circle. When prompted, say, “Alexa, open Westworld: The Maze.” Agree that you can listen to adult things and the game will start.
In terms of the experience itself, make sure you pay attention to whatever is being told to you. You will need to go through three “levels” to get to the “maze”, answering many questions along the way. I was sarcastic on the first try and managed to kick myself out of the game after two questions. What can I say; I liketo test the limits .