Blinded Chef

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Sunday, February 28, 2021
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Description of App

Are you ready to test your memory and hearing? Headphones are required. Audio game fully accessible to blind and visually impaired people. Blinded Chef don't use Voice Over, so you should turn off it. Take control of a chef and lead him from a street hot dog vendor to a head chef in a restaurant. Test your hearing, reaction and memory! Play, cook, find new dishes and earn achievements. For those who find the game too easy, there is a hardcore mode inside. Inside you will find: - 5 dishes - normal and hardcore modes - random trial - achievements - leaderboard Rules: Listen and remember which ingredients you need to make a dish, swipe in the appropriate direction to select the required ingredient and confirm your choice with a swipe up. All ingredients are in different groups and the more complex the dish, the more groups and ingredients. For example:  A client asks you to cook  burger of pork meat, lettuce, tomato and mushrooms. Use the following combination: Swipe right to choose pork meat, swipe up to confirm, swipe right to choose lettuce, swipe up to confirm, swipe down to choose tomato, swipe up to confirm, swipe left to choose mushrooms, swipe up to confirm. ------- Credits Music: bensound.com Pics: Freepik, Smashicons, DinosoftLabs, surang, Creaticca Creative Agency, Good Ware, Eucalyp, Darius Dan, Those Icons, turkkub, Vitaly Gorbachev smalllikeart from flaticon.com

Version

1.0.0

Free or Paid

Paid

Apple Watch Support

Not Known

iOS Version

14.4

Device(s) App Was Tested On

iPhone

Accessibility Comments

Fully accessible.

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

Other Comments

Note that voice-over needs to be turned off. This game does not support the direct touch area feature.

Recommendations

4 people have recommended this app

Most recently recommended by Lulu Hartgen 6 months ago

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Comments

Submitted by Lulu Hartgen on Sunday, February 28, 2021

I'm really glad to see this game. There have been cafe games, bar keep games and cooking games on iOS since I had my first iPhone, and I've been longing for there to be one I could play properly. This game is easy enough to play, but needs concentration and a good memory. It's very easy to lose concentration and forget what's been asked for and there's no way to go back and undo a mistake, particularly if you're trying to find your way around lists of ingredients and swipe up by accident. The use of the Ivona voices is really nice, it gives variety to the customers. I'm only in the first stages, but this one is a keeper for me, and I'd love to see more games along these lines.

Submitted by ming on Sunday, February 28, 2021

hey!
just play it for awhile.
and I hope that it can be have update.
and have more sound effect...
things like that.

Submitted by Clare Page on Sunday, February 28, 2021

Hi! I've only done a couple of short sessions of playing Blinded Chef so far since I installed it, but I'm really enjoying this game: it's good fun, and I also like the fact that there are different voices for different customers. I've only done hot dogs and salads so far, playing a normal game each time, but I look forward to doing other dishes in the future, although it may be a while before I try hard core mode.

Submitted by Lulu Hartgen on Sunday, February 28, 2021

Hi. I've come up against a glitch, which I can easily work around,k but which, if the devs are reading these comments, they should know about. When you are presented with menu options at the end of a game session, or when you unlock a new dish, if you wait too long making up your mind to decide what you want to do, the game goes back to the main menu but it won't let you make choices from there. The music stops and the whole thing just freezes. You then have to turn Voiceover back on, get out of the game and close it from app switcher, then reopen it again to play anymore.

Ming, you were talking about sound effects, I think you'd need to be careful adding sound effects to this game, because timing is important. You have to find ingredients and put orders together as fast as possible to earn game centre achievements adn unlock dishes. If you add sounds, it would slow things down. You could add a kitchen ambience to the music, that would give the game some atmosphere, but I'm thinking too many sounds would slow down play.

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