Doctor Strange emoji and bot now available in Skype
Doctor Strange is in theaters all around the US and to celebrate the occasion, Skype decided to celebrate by partnering with Marvel for brand new Doctor Strange-themed emoji as well as a Doctor Strange bot you can interact with.
If you install the latest version of Skype on your computer, you’ll receive a set of emoji inspired by popular characters from Marvel Comics such as Kaecilius and the Ancient One. As Microsoft promised, even more emoji based on Doctor Strange will be added to Skype in the coming weeks. There’s also a new Skype bot that will help you “find out if you have what it takes to become Doctor Strange’s newest personal assistant.”
The concept of the bot is that it lets you apply to become Doctor Strange’s new assistant. The bot will ask you various tricky questions (also based on the movie) and the final results will show if you’re a reliable choice for this important role. So, if you want to learn something more about Doctor Strange and have some fun on the way, the new Skype bot is perfect.
The Skype bot and the Doctor Strange emoticons should be available on Skype for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and Skype for The Web. Just make sure you’ve installed the latest version of the program, as we mentioned above. Skype is famous for various collaborations, so Doctor Strange is just one of many themes for emoji in Microsoft’s communication service.
Have you already watch Doctor Strange? What’s your impression of the movie? Tell us in the comments below.
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