Any accessible Madlib apps?

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Hi,
I was playing Mad Libs today at my friend's house on her Alexa. Since I don't have one of those, I was wondering if there was an accessible Mad Lib type of app for iOS? In case you don't know what a Mad Lib is, it's a story where you insert nouns, people's names, rooms, verbs, adjectives, etc. etc. into a story and it comes up with a random and often times funny story. I know there was an app called Loony Libs at one time, but I don't think that was very recent, and I think that might have only had a few different story options, but I don't know for sure.
Thanks for any insight.

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Submitted by Matthew Whitaker on Monday, August 31, 2020

Hello. Not sure if there are any accessible apps like that on the App Store. I think the best option is to use an Amazon Echo device or Google Home. You could also download the Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant app and use them on your IOS device like that and play the game.

Submitted by Ashleigh Piccinino on Wednesday, September 9, 2020

You could also use the phrase madness app. it's a pretty funny game, and I think it's by BFG--blindfold games. you don't type into the text fields, but you can pick from different things and have a really good laugh. for example, if you heard "It's a good day in the …" you could choose neighborhood as we all might. However, you could also choose something like fire. your phrase would then read "It's a good day in the fire." It's funny in that way, but it gets kinda boring as you only have select things to choose from in the free version/have to pay to get more. Pretty good for some laughter, though.

Submitted by X2 on Saturday, September 12, 2020

Have you tried AI Dungeon? I’m not sure if that’s considered a mad Lib app, but you can definitely create your own story by using names, adjectives, nouns, etc. For example, you can put something like, it was a cloudy day and Bob and his dog were walking through a very green park when it started to rain. After you finish putting in the details, you press enter and the app does the rest. It generates a story and you can literally do anything. You can even fly and grow wings if you wanted to. You just say something like, fly away. Or something like that. Also, if you don’t want to go that route, you can have that app choose a genre for you. I think they added three new genres since I last checked. I think there is action, Fantasy, whore, apocalyptic, and others, but I can’t remember at the moment. And the last option I think is custom. That’s where you can choose your own story and characters. You can download the app on the App Store. Or you can even play on your Mac. You can just visit
aidungeon.io
And play with in Safari. I think when you first download the app, it asks you to make an account. This way if you plan on logging in through Safari on your Mac, your stories stay saved. That’s another thing, you can save custom stories that you started or any other story, for that matter.
Again, I’m not sure if this app would be considered mad Lib, but I would think so. It’s a really fun app. I used to play a lot, but I haven’t played in a while. I also think you can view other peoples stories as well. But I could be wrong.
I once played as a dog whose owners left on vacation and the house was broken into by some burglars. I ended up shooting one of them with a gun. Keep in mind I was a dog. I also made a sandwich for another burglar that I tied up. Lol.
Hope this helps.
PS. The app is also listed here on Applevis in the app entry. So you can also find it through there and read some of peoples comments.

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