Interactive stories you play with your voice
With Earplay, you can enjoy interactive audio stories you play with your voice, featuring voice acting and sound effects like in a radio drama. Experience this exciting new storytelling medium where you become part of the story, interacting with characters to affect how the events unfold.
More is on the way, and for right now we have two short experiences for you to try out for free: the Earplay Demo and the Prologue chapter of Codename Cygnus. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us what you think and let us know what you'd like to hear next!
THE EARPLAY DEMO
The Earplay Demo is an introductory demonstration of Earplay storytelling and style. It is written and hosted by the legendary Dave Grossman, Earplay's creative lead, and one of the most prominent interactive story writers in the games industry. To learn more about Dave and Earplay, visit us at http://ear-play.com
This is the Prologue chapter of the first ever voice-operated interactive audio story, a spy thriller where you play the secret agent. Originally launched in August 2013, eight chapters of the story have been released so far on mobile devices. Stay tuned, because we're planning to bring a new and improved version to Alexa soon. Learn more at http://codenamecygnus.com and http://www.ear-play.com
Once you enable our skill, you can use the invocation "Earplay" to go the welcome menu. Try saying it clearly as two words Ear Play if there's an issue. If Alexa has any difficulty understanding the way you say Earplay, go to the menu in the Alexa app, tap on Settings, and then tap Voice Training to start a session that helps Alexa to hear you better. Make sure you have enabled the skill first!
NOTE TO PARENTS
Not all stories in the Earplay skill will be suitable for all ages. Please use your own discretion, as parental review and guidance regarding Earplay content may be necessary. All content that contains material of a restricted nature will be accessible only with a registered and linked Earplay account. You can unlink a registered account at any time by disabling and re-enabling the skill without linking it to your account.
Email us at email@example.com if you have any difficulties.