Audio Moto Championship

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Tuesday, November 21, 2017
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Description of App

Are you ready to dominate the Moto World Championship with Audio Moto Championship?! Conquer the categories 125, 250 and 500cc and bring your team to victory.

Are you ready to dominate the Moto World Championship with Audio Moto Championship?! Face your opponents with super fast motorbikes. Conquer the categories 125, 250 and 500 cc of the Moto World Championship and bring your team to victory. Undertake the numerous tournaments of Audio Moto Championship, where you will prove yourself with different and always more difficult tracks. Audio Moto Championship increases the difficulty of the game by adding the weather, which can totally change the driving experience, passing from your stable motorbike to a 'crazy horse'. Begin like a simple novice, gain fame and become the champion of Audio Moto Championship!

Produced by Associazione Audiogames Designed and directed by “Bolopix di Simone Dosi” Programmed by Fabio Scita Dubbed by Matthew Curtis Musics and sound effects by Michele Postpischl.

Version

1.0

Free or Paid

Paid

Apple Watch Support

No

Device(s) App Was Tested On

iPhone

Accessibility Comments

This app is designed to work with VoiceOver for blind users. The game is very accessible and easy to use.

iOS Version

11.1.2

VoiceOver Performance

Not applicable for this app.

Button Labeling

Not applicable for this app.

Usability

The app is fully accessible without the use of VoiceOver

Developer's Twitter Username

Audiogame_it

Recommendations

1 people have recommended this app

Most recently recommended by Khalfan Bin Dhaher 2 years 8 months ago

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Comments

Dear Diego.
I mainly use the Gyro controls from my iPhone X to play the game as it is easier to play and control the game using gyro mode. In gyro mode, you'll have to control the game by tilting your iPhone based up on the given instructions at the beginning of the game. I'll post a podcast soon and show users how the game is played.
Take care and happy gaming.

Submitted by charles on Sunday, November 19, 2017

In the review, it states that the app is designed to work with Voice-Over. It then states that it works without Voice-Over. Which is correct?

Submitted by Khalfan Bin Dhaher on Sunday, November 19, 2017

You can play the game while VoiceOver is enabled or disabled. Unlike older versions of iOS where you need to turn VoiceOver off. I'll make sure to deliver this message to the developer to remove this message to avoid confusions in the future.
Happy gaming. :)

Submitted by DMNagel on Monday, November 20, 2017

I just feel like the bike does not respond to my commands. The only thing that works properly is the brakes. When I turn, I expect something to happen.

Submitted by jrjolley (not verified) on Tuesday, November 21, 2017

This is another fine game. It's similar to AudioSpeed but it's a lot harder. As many might remember, I was a fan of that game too.

I use the touch controls. What you must do with those is take notice of the pilot's direction and swipe continually in that direction until he says okay. Remember, slow down on long bends, it's a bike remember and we want that driver in one piece. I'v unlocked a few bikes and completed a few races. Can't wait to try out the 500 CC class bikes for some really serious speed.

Submitted by Sasha Stride on Saturday, November 25, 2017

I have made up my mind and am getting this game next gift card.

Submitted by Sasha Stride on Wednesday, November 29, 2017

I finally got a giftcard and now have this app. It really rocks. I am maybe sounding stupid because I haven’t had it for many days but what is the difference between single race mode or karier mode? I know this is a stupid question, but remember, I am autistic and my mind is not working the way it should. Okay the first thing with autism is true but usually I am not lost in my head. :-)

Submitted by charles on Wednesday, November 29, 2017

In reply to by Sasha Stride

I will have money to buy this game on Friday. I know that the creator of the podcasts to both games is contributing. I appreciate and enjoy both podcasts. How do these games differ? Which is easier to play? Does this game have more tracks and bikes than the other game contains tracks and cars? I really like Audio Rally Racing and want to know how the games compare and how they differ before buying. Thanks.

Submitted by Sasha Stride on Wednesday, November 29, 2017

I am not sure as of this point. I really love both games. What I like with this new game is that you have to unlock bikes and tracks. The sound is really great and there are a lot to this game. It is also more responsive than ARR wich means that I prefer it. I use the gyro mode and it feels so easy to just tilt my phone forward to accellerate or backwards to break. To turn you tilt left or right. I also like the voice of the copilot. I am not a good racer as of yet because I keepp crashing and getting my bike blown up. I haven’t quite figured out the difference between single race mode or karieere mode. I have not played much with this because I kind of got it yesterday but the game is awesome. I am not often one of the three first racers but I really like the fact that you are really competing with other racers. He will tell you wich posission you are in when anouncing the laps and aalso it will say if you are closing in on a racer or if it’s closing in on you. I love games like this. I have four of hteir games; Audio Moto Champiansship, Audio Rally Racing, Blind Gladiator and Space encounter. I love those games. It is a little bit sad that Audio Speed is not working but I am not even sure it is from the same developers. I definittely think that the game is worth the money because there is so incredibly much to this game. But it is a little frustrated sometimes and I was playing this in a taxi and then I started screaming out loud because I crashed onto a fence because I forgot to slow down. This is different from the Audio Rally Racing game because you have to remember to slow down before a long bend and especially hairpin bends wich is a pain in my head sometimes. But I am getting better. Hah, I have even heard there is a track from Stockholm in sweden and I am from Sweden so this was a delight. By friend has gone that far but I haven’t done this yet because I am such a useless biker at this stage so I will have to practice. I wish I could have made a podcast on this game too for my family to listen to because I am trying to challenge a sighted friend to play this game with headphones on because I want to see how she is at audio games. This will be fun. I might just have the redcording on my watch with Just Press Record and record when she is screaming because it is going so fast and she is not used to audio games. This is why it is so great. I want her to try. I know she can play a few of the blindfold games and she loves pyramid tiles because tyou can actually see the tiles sort of, but she won’t see anything on the screen in this game. :p i may make a podcast on what it sounds like when my friend is trying to play this game. But trust me, I want to learn it properly first. I now have two racing games and they are very different. Thanks for telling me about this game. Now I am going to go blow up another bike. Rofl sorry. I am just rambling on but I do that when I get new games I love. I got this gift card and then I went ahead and bought. Actually I got the giftcard from mmy father and then I used it too buy this game. I will keep you posted on my friend’s screaming when she crasches. Thank you.
Question: difference of Kariere mode and sibngle race mode.
Tip: the bike is really responsive and on long bends or hairpin bends, you will have to tilt hard to the left or right so you won’t crash.
Have a nice gaming!

Submitted by DMNagel on Thursday, November 30, 2017

In career mode, you select your class and bike and have to compete in all races subject to that class. In single race mode, you can choose any bike you have unlocked, the track of your choice, the weather of your choice and race for fun.

Submitted by DMNagel on Thursday, November 30, 2017

In both audio rally racing and blind gladiator, there are graphics. They are not very good graphics mind you, but I guess this game will be the same. I just never had a chance to ask someone yet.

Submitted by Sasha Stride on Thursday, November 30, 2017

So I have been playing a lot since I got this game. I am getting better. I actually came third once. But forget me getting first yet. Honestly it doesn’t happen often when I try but I guess it is because I am kind of crashing quite a lot. How do you unlock bikes? This game is so adictive.

Submitted by DMNagel on Thursday, November 30, 2017

In order to unlock bikes you will need to gain fame in career mode or any other mode, then use your fame to purchase bikes in the shop. This is the only thing I find strange. Since when has fame become a currency?

Submitted by DrummerGuy on Thursday, November 30, 2017

I have been thinking the same, too. Since when is fame a currency? The game is pretty good. I downloaded and I am enjoying it. Play on, players.

Submitted by Sasha Stride on Thursday, November 30, 2017

What is tournament mode? I am curious. I just discovered this option. I have never seen it here before. I am loving the game and even let my sister play in single race mode and she ended up being quite loud as she worked hard to not crash. I was very amused. I am used to play audio games and she is used to play grafical and it was a new experience when I started to show her audio games. This is really awesome.

Submitted by Sasha Stride on Thursday, November 30, 2017

Also my friend Anastasia plays these two games plus a couple of others by the same developer because the controls are easy and it is very very good for her because that way she doesn’t have to fiddle. She has problem with fine movement and sometimes her hands shaking but she can play this, how strange this even is. I was playing this yesterday on speakers and she, even though she doesn’t talk much, asked me if she could try. Since the menues aren’t a lot of flicking and the descriptions are clear she can follow them. I helped her buy these four games and she is really good, even better than me, as I tend to crash a lot. Something that I like with your podcast Calvin, is that you actually did crash so I knew what that was like. The trick, as I said to Anastasia, is to turn when your copilot tells you to but sometimes you have to decide when to turn because of the fact that you may hold a moment when you cannot catch up on those long bends but this is what makes it hard and that is something I like. So it is a lot of skill involved, not that I have much of it because I crash, as I said. I have managed to complete the first track and part of the second and the reason why I haven’t come that far it is because I kind of flunk things alot. I have never become first or second but third once. But practice makes perfect. I love games where I can use my phone as a steering wheel. I really like the background ambience too. I think they are different. I use the gyro, like Anastasia, because I am not very efficient if I use touch and Anastasia can’t do this very good but she rocks with gyro mode. It took some time for us to learn but now we are actually good. I really like the voice of the copilot because it is a calm voice who seems to know what he is doing. I don’t really know what he means with ”keep her steady”, but I kind of like it. I have a tendensy to sometimes forget to accellerate wich is fun because my copilot goes ”Come on!” Wich means I am going far too slow. No, I am off to try to become first in the first track. I got to beat Anastasia. :-)

Submitted by Sasha Stride on Friday, December 1, 2017

Sorry Khalfan. I got your name completely wrong.

Submitted by charles on Friday, December 1, 2017

I bought the game today. My bike has dents in the fenders. This game is going to take getting used to. Is there an option to turn off the music and background sounds? The same question applies to Audio Relay Racing. I would prefer not having birds, dogs, and other stuff getting in the way of important sound cues. Other than this, both are nice and challenging games of quality.

Submitted by Sasha Stride on Friday, December 1, 2017

You cannot turn off the music or background sounds but I kind of like this as the games become more challenging. I cannot find such a setting anyway. Also my sis played this and crashed her bike. :-)