Description of App
“An Excellent Bop-It Style Game!”
Now features Apple Game Center integration.
Test your reflexes against faster and faster challenges. Listen for the instruction and do it as fast as you can -- touch, swipe up, swipe down, swipe
left, swipe right, shake, pinch, and two finger touch. A pulsing sound track keeps the game moving. How many challenges can you make it past? 10? 20? 30?
40? Insane speed starts at the 50th challenge. Can you make it to 100?
A simple, yet challenging game for all ages. Easy to play and addictive! The whole family can play against each other.
With Apple Game Center you can now share you score with friends and see you rank in the leaderboards.
You scores can be posted to your Twitter and/or Facebook account.
Game can be played with one hand in Easy mode. Includes voice and visual prompts so you can play with the sound off.
Three difficulty settings: Easy, Medium, and Hard.
Easy level uses three gestures. Medium level uses five. Hard level uses all eight.
Tracks high scores and previous scores for each difficulty setting on the device.
Post scores to Twitter and Facebook.
Post scores and check your rankings with Apple Game Center leaderboards.
Free or Paid
Apple Watch Support
Device(s) App Was Tested On
AppleVis Editor Note: this app was submitted before Usability Ratings were introduced, so one has been chosen on the basis of the accessibility comments made by the original poster. If you have used this app, please post a comment to let us know if you agree with the Rating.
Original Comments: It's accessible with VoiceOver turned off. After selecting the difficulty setting, it is necessary to turn off VoiceOver with Triple Click HOME and turn it back on once the game has finished. VoiceOver interferes with gesture-based games by its very nature.
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7 people have recommended this app
What's New in Version 1.3
We have finished a complete overhaul of Zany Touch to support the latest iPhone and iPad devices and to correct freezing at the end of a game.
We've also added a new connection to Apple's Game Center leaderboards so you can now check your ranking and challenge friends more easily. Enjoy!
Integration with Facebook and Twitter has been fixed and updated.
Hi! I heard of Zany Touch some years ago, but never got it back then: however, having found out yesterday about the new version being released, I decided to buy it. I'm just a beginner so far, and not even very good in Easy mode as i write this, but I'm glad that this game is still around and compatible with IOS 8.3.
I played zany touch on my IPhone 6 with ios 8.3 and the app very accessible I have no problem at all love the game.
What's New in Version 1.4
First we want to say "Thank You!" to all our Zany Touch users who sent in feature requests and feedback. We really value your input!
This version now integrates with the iOS Voice Over accessibility feature so Zany Touch gestures and Voice Over gestures no longer conflict. We hope that
this makes the game more playable and enjoyable for the blind and visually impaired.
In addition we added 40 achievements to Game Center. You can now earn achievements for reaching certain score levels, five-game score averages, number
of plays per day, and for playing each day of one or more weeks.
The last major update is a new game pause feature. By pressing the screen with one finger you can now temporarily pause the game to take a quick break
if things start to get too stressful. You can also use it to skip challenges like "Shake" that may be distracting to others. However there is a point penalty
for pausing so don't pause for too long!
Finally, we've made some other minor updates and bug fixes to improve performance and stability.
We hope you enjoy this latest version of Zany Touch.
I absolutely love this game!
I am a huge Bop It fan, so Zany Touch is a fantastic virtual alternative.
The developers have done a great job on this app, and their efforts regarding accessibility should be applauded.
I don't think it's an issue that we can swipe in either direction when Zany Touch tells us to swipe: they've simply given us a choice to swipe either left or right, which I personally think is a good thing rather than a problem.