Description of App
Featured by Apple in Adventure and Role Playing game categories
A game that takes place entirely through sound, Blindscape is a piece of experimental storytelling. The narrative is told from the point of view of a man in an authoritarian society who wants to escape his life by ending it.
- Stunning Retina-ready HD graphics
- Up to ten minutes of gameplay
- Some guy talking at you
- No In-App Purchases, ratings nagging, or other interruptions
- No badges, achievements, or integration with gamecenter
- Makes you feel like a sophisticated patron of the arts
- A serious, emotionally involving plot line
- Look silly while you poke at the screen trying to find things
Free or Paid
Apple Watch Support
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this app doesn't require voiceOver to start playying with this game app you need to disable voiceOver. this app works so grate.
I have played with this app about 2 days and is so amazing I made a podcast that already submited at applevis I hope they work quickly and post the podcast to the forum sooner possible.
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1 people have recommended this app
I found this game to present a very insulting perspective on blindness. The entire theme of the game is some guy who has his eyes burned out as some kind of terrible punishment and does not care if he lives or dies. Game play backs up this with frustrating task such as trying to find door handles, I'm not kidding. This task is boring and promotes fictitious difficulties relating to blindness, to find the handle you simply randomly grope around on the screen, which I guess the creator of this game thinks is how one finds a door knob as a blind person. The character even says something along the lines of "never thought finding a door nob would feel like a major acomplishment worthy of celebration". What's more is this game is extremely short. It took the game longer to download then it did for me to complete it. Don't get me wrong I love games like the night jar but trust me this game is very different. I understand playing a game is very subjective but I see no redeeming value in this game. In my opinion it's just not worth the ten minutes of your life it will take to download this game, and the seven minutes of bad game play to have to put up with all of the negative themes of blindness.