In this demo I take you through using the game: navigating the menus, Settings, Tutorial, Practise, and playing a game of cricket. Note: because the game is self voicing you will need to turn off VoiceOver. The game is free. The other app in this series is the Audio Game Hub.
cIn this demo, I take you through the self voicing app: Ballyland Rotor: which is an excellent app on how to teach children the iOS VoiceOver rotor gestures of two finger rotate and 1 finger flick up or down to choose an item.
I take you through the main menu options, list some of the scenes I've already played, and play several scenes to give you an idea of the game.
I've played this game on Android and iOS, great its now availalbe on the Mac and just as fun to play.
In this demo, I take you through a demo of the Audio Game Hub and play two of the eight games: Archery and Hunt.
Blindfold Air Hockey is an fully accessible audio game that's similar to the arcade game Air Hockey.
In Blindfold Air Hockey, you have a mallet or paddle, and there's a puck on the playing table. To start the game, hit the puck swiping your finger. The puck heads towards your opponent's goal, where he knocks it back to you, bouncing off of the walls as it gets closer to your goal. You block his shot, and fire the puck back at his goal. You need 4 goals to win the game.
Using head phones or ear buds, you hear the puck heading towards you, and you control your mallet by moving your finger left and right. When the puck is close enough, you'll hear a ding sound, and you can swipe the puck aim at your opponent's goal.
Blindfold Air Hockey comes with a tutorial level, and 16 different opponents - varying from beginner to expert.
Blindfold Air Hockey was suggested by several blind gamers who enjoyed Blindfold Breakout and Blindfold Bowling.
The game comes with coins; you need one coin to play. To get more coins, you can listen to advertising videos, or purchase coins as an in-app upgrade.