Nonstop Chuck Norris Chatbot Hits Facebook's Messenger

German mobile game publisher Flare Games announced the release of the Nonstop Chuck Norris chatbot for Facebook's Messenger and Kik. The product was created using a bot platform from conversational chatbot developer Imperson and was launched on the two popular instant messaging (IM) platforms earlier this week. The solution was primarily designed as an intuitive method of making Chuck Norris memes and an extension of Nonstop Chuck Norris, a semi-automated action role-playing game (ARPG) that was released for Android smartphones and tablets in late April. Apart from a meme generator, the Nonstop Chuck Norris chatbot is also infused with a wide variety of Chuck Norris-related trivia and jokes that will likely be appreciated by all fans of the well-known American actor and filmmaker.

It's currently unclear whether Flare Games intended to create a Messenger chatbot to promote its latest game from the beginning, though the wording of the company's latest announcement suggests the opposite. Nonstop Chuck Norris reportedly turned into a massive success and is currently played by "millions" of smartphone gamers around the globe, which is why its publisher opted to create an official channel for the game that can be used to connect its developers with the gaming community, according to the company's Marketing Director Mickael Bougis. In addition to the aforementioned functionalities, the Nonstop Chuck Norris bot will present players with a broad range of challenges that are given in the form of videos filmed by the famous 77-year-old himself. All of the challenges require players to record videos of themselves which they're encouraged to upload on social media and while there's a finite number of them, Flare Games will likely be looking to introduce new ones in the future, provided that the service takes off.

Users who are only interested in the meme-making capabilities of the Nonstop Chuck Norris chatbot can access them by typing "I want to create a meme" into their Messenger or Kik conversations with the bot. Images created using the bot's integrated meme engine can be shared on social media directly from your conversation with the AI service. While it remains to be seen whether the chatbot will help maintain the momentum of the Nonstop Chuck Norris mobile game, more details on the matter should be available in the near future. In the meantime, you can engage in a conversation with the chatbot by following the source link below.

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