The fate of the free world is on the line. Only you (and Alexa) can save us.
Xandra partnered with Ubisoft to design and develop the Division Network Alexa skill. From Tom Clancy's The Division 2, an agent of The Division needs your help. The city of Washington DC—and the country itself—are on the brink of total collapse. How did we get here? What happened after the outbreak in New York? Who are the insurgents trying to tear DC apart? And how can you help bring justice and stability back to the country?
Tap into the SHD network on your Alexa device by saying "Alexa, open the Division Network," to hear from the agent on the ground in DC, get hints and tips about what has happened since the pandemic broke out, and receive activation instructions from ISAC. Grant permissions for notifications in your Alexa app to be sure that you don't miss a transmission.
Playing Pretend Just Got More High-Tech. The Emmy®-nominated Esme & Roy Alexa Skill.
Xandra paired up again with our friends at 360i and HBO plus Sesame Workshop to create the wonderful Esme & Roy skill for Amazon Alexa.
Ever performed in the circus with a Swizzle Stomp monster? Or helped a baby sea monster get to sleep? Now, you and your little ones can with the Esme & Roy Amazon Alexa skill. Esme and Roy will take your kids on pretend play adventures from the moon to a hot air balloon, encouraging them to move their bodies and use their imaginations to join the fun.
The Xandra team handled everything from design, custom audio, and skill production.
Ready for some world-class adorableness that also helps kids learn, have fun, and calm down? “Alexa, open Esme & Roy.”
Think you're a fan of Westworld? Can you find your way to the center of The Maze?
Xandra joined the team at 360i to create the multi-award winning Westworld: The Maze skill on Amazon Alexa for HBO. Our team handled the game development as well as the voice over and custom audio.
Playing as a "Host" you must successfully navigate the Westworld universe and find your way to the center of The Maze by answering increasingly difficult questions to complete three levels: memory, improvisation, and self-interest.
Westworld: The Maze contains over 60 storylines, 400 possible choices, and more than two full hours of game time.
Try it out now: "Alexa, open Westworld."
Test your memory with SpongeBob at the Krusty Krab!
Working closely with Nickelodeon and Amazon, Xandra designed and developed three new skills for Alexa in time for the launch of the Echo Dot Kids Edition.
Players can test their memory with SpongeBob and the crew of the Krusty Krab, join Lincoln Loud on a scavenger hunt with the help of his family, and travel to exotic destinations and challenge other players with your knowledge of fun facts.
These skills use full custom character voices, silly sound effects, and immersive audio to transport players to destinations both familiar and foreign in the Nickelodeon universe.
Try out: The SpongeBob Challenge Deluxe, The Loud House Challenge, and No Way That's True on an Echo device with your Amazon FreeTime subscription.
Chatting with a Stephen King serial killer
AT&T’s Audience Network has served up a chilling adaptation to Stephen King’s book Mr. Mercedes.
In partnership with Mistress as a part of their broader social campaign we delivered a Messenger chatbot experience that plays on the cat and mouse game at the heart of the show.
In the daytime, Brady Hartsfield is a computer technician, and at night -- a demented killer who drives a Mercedes into a crowd of people. Now you can chat with him!
Brady’s chatbot emulates his tone of voice and he wants to know just how psycho you really are. Because we all have a little darkness inside.