Description of App:
This is the iOS version of the classic Hasbro game called Trivial Pursuit. This iOS App, like many other classic Hasbro board games, is developed by EA, Electronic Arts. As with most EA titles developed for iOS, this App is one hundred percent inaccessible to VO.
App Store Description:
PLAY FOR THE PURSUIT OF FUN! Show off what you know in this contemporary version of the classic board game.
THE FUN NEVER STOPS!
Enjoy 1,000s of new & colorfully illustrated text and picture questions.
Combine brain power with up to 4 players using Pass 'n Play and WiFi Multiplayer.
MORE THAN ONE WAY TO PLAY
Nostalgic? Go a round in Classic Mode or jump into Pursuit Mode for something new!
MAKE IT YOUR OWN
Customize your player profile, set your own time limits, and create personalized difficulty levels.
PLAY IT AGAIN
Innovative touchscreen controls, stunning graphics, and rich sound effects make replay irresistible!
** EXTRA QUESTIONS NOW AVAILABLE! **
Keep the fun going! Download challenging new packs featuring Movie, TV, Sports and General Knowledge questions for a great low price from the in-game store.
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Device(s) App Was Tested On:
This App is not accessible using VO. This is yet another board / grid style game that could easily be made accessible. Unfortunately, , Electronic Arts continues to choose to prevent blind IOS Users from accessing the majority of EA titles.
I have contacted both Hasbro Consumer Affairs and Electronic Arts several times over the past year to point out the lack of access to this App, to ask that they consider adding accessibility, and to inform them of the resources available to help guide them in designing equal access into their line of simple board / grid-style games.