From the creators of Telelight, most popular Telegram client for visually impaired:
Accessible 3D Audio Maze Game
This is the popular maze game created fully in 3D environment and made playable for visually impaired by using 3D audio engine.
This version is Early Access (Beta Version) and features one level for demo and user test.
You can read the how-to-play below this description or read it directly in-game.
The game will only develop to next versions if we get positive feedback about it, if not, we will move to another game prototype. So please follow us on social medias below and be sure give us feedback regarding how you liked the game and want it to be improved:
Email: [email protected]
Google Play Page: https://play.google.com/store/apps/developer?id=LightOnDevs
How To Play:
Welcome to Maze Game
This games uses stereo sound to let you know the position of the ball, so you can control it. So you must use headphones to be able to play the game correctly.
Imagine a square shaped environment in which there are horizontal and vertical ways for moving a ball inside.
Hold your phone horizontal such that your screen is parallel to ground surface and the front speaker resides in left side. Now you can move the ball left or right by tilting the phone to your left or right side, respectively. You can also move the ball forward or backward by tilting it to your front or back, respectively. The physics are just like you have placed a ball on a flat surface in real world and moving the ball by tilting the surface.
At start the ball is at the right side of screen near you (down of screen). The Finish point which you should reach the ball to, is at left side far from you (top of screen).
You can move the ball in one direction at a time. You can not for example move it both right and up. If the ball moves you can hear the sound of it. The moving side is more to right or left if the ball is moving right or left, respectively.
The sound is centered but more far if the ball is moving forward, but centered and more near if it is moving backward (towards you). If the ball hits the wall, you will hear a hit sound.
If you enter into and starting moving in a vertical line from a horizontal one, you will hear a sound indicating your moving direction has changed. The same happens if you enter a horizontal line from vertical one.
Finally if you reach the goal, the game finishes with a victory sound and presents you with a new menu.
First Open Beta 1.0 release of the game, featuring one demo level for getting feedback.