Description of App:
**** Selected as App of the month on AppleVis
**** Just wait till I play against my sighted friends - I will so beat them. - 16 year-old blind girl
**** This is completely different - You play in your head, not on the screen. Amazing. - a Dad.
**** This is fun! - I never liked app games before - 70 year old blind veteran.
**** It feels like a brain training game - like Luminosity - a Mom.
**** Is this how blind people get around? - a Kid.
Think you can drive a car better than a blind person?
Take your courage for a spin… try to drive with your ears instead of your eyes!
Listen carefully so you don't crash into fences and watch out for animals crossing the street.
Finish each level quickly to get points... cross all the finish lines and prove you're the Champ!
PS: Watch out for trolls, bears and bridges!
Blindfold Racer was created for blind and visually impaired folks with help from the students in the app club at Cushman School, Miami FL. Thanks to the
students at Lighthouse for the Blind Miami and Broward and the veterans at the VA Med Center for their suggestions. And thanks to the dozens of children
and adults that told us that Blindfold Racer a great game for everyone.
This game does not require iPhone or iPad accessibly turned on, and everything in the game is spoken to you.
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This app allows the player to sharpen their skills with hand and ear coordination. This app is best played with either earbuds or device connected to stereo speakers
You must turn off VoiceOver when starting this tame. Your immediately given verbal instructions and advised where to touch on the screen to proceed. You are first given instructions on steering and once you pass the first ten levels, and mastered the steering, you are then given instruction on how to increase your speed. this is an App Developer who is quite interested in developing this app and others in the future for all to enjoy and benefit.