FAQ about Three Questions

One of Alexa’s fastest growing and trending skills, Three Questions has more than 500,000 users around the world. As the name suggests, Three Questions poses three challenging questions at a time from a wide variety of topics. Users test their knowledge, improve their cultural literacy, collect points, and hear how others have answered.

Frequently Asked Questions

Players receive 30 challenging trivia questions, offered three at a time, at no charge. Additional questions can be obtained in 100-question packs for $2.95 USD each.
Using your Alexa device, simply say, “Alexa, play Three Questions.” She’ll walk you through your next steps.
One unique aspect of Three Questions is that you can respond in a variety of ways. You can answer with the letter (A, B, C, D), with the word or phrase (“sunflower”), or with both (“B, sunflower”). Try answering a different way next time and see if that helps.

Points help you determine the difficulty level of the question you are about to be asked. For example, if you’re told the question is worth 10 points, you now know that the question will be more challenging than normal and that few people answered correctly that day. If the question is worth, say, 2 points, the question will be much easier.

Your overall points total is just for fun. You can compare your total with your friends and family for a friendly competition.

Great news: You can still play Three Questions when away from home! Using the Alexa app on your smart phone or tablet, simply hit the blue circle at the bottom of the screen and say, “Alexa, ask Three Questions.” (Internet connection required.)

When playing Three Questions, if you need to hear the question again before answering, just say “Repeat the question.”

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