Audio Rush

Last modified
Saturday, February 1, 2020

Description of App

Discover the thrilling gameplay. Audio Rush introduces a completely new view on how games accessible for blind and visually impaired users should look like.

The task is simple - get as many points as you can and do not crash into any obstacle.

To move left? Or right? It can be easily determined by two divergent tones.

- Three difficulties
- Obstacle visibility switch
- Game Center support
- VoiceOver support
- Gradual speed increasing
- Two-finger tap gesture anywhere on the screen to pause the game
- Big pulsing visual score indicator
- Gradual background colour changing for visual representing approaching obstacles



Free or Paid


Apple Watch Support


Device(s) App Was Tested On


iOS Version


Accessibility Comments

Fully accessible, with an easy-to-use interface.

VoiceOver Performance

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling

All buttons are clearly labeled.


The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver and is easy to navigate and use.


2 people have recommended this app

Most recently recommended by tunmi13 11 months 2 weeks ago



Submitted by Joseph on Friday, January 31, 2020

This sounds interesting. Might give it a look.

Submitted by Clare Page on Friday, January 31, 2020

Hi! Audio Rush sounds like an interesting game, which I'd like to at least try out, but, when I found it in the App Store, the first thing written on the screen containing details of the game was: "Requires IOS 13.2 or later". I still use an iPhone 6 with IOS 12, and I would guess that the App Store detected this, as I couldn't even download the game. I plan to try this game when I get a newer iPhone: in the meantime, I felt it was a good idea for me to mention my experience of trying to get Audio Rush here, just in case anyone else is interested in it but has an i-device which can't run IOS 13.

Submitted by Emily Chia1 on Friday, January 31, 2020

I just downloaded this game and so far I like it I love the fact that it’s a really simple game to grasp still learning the tones of it of course but I think this game has great potential and I am looking forward to seeing what you guys do more with it

Submitted by Sasha Stride on Friday, January 31, 2020

I ap running iOs 13 on my iPhone SE and it works just fine for me' Like the game. Lots of fun.

Submitted by sockhopsinger on Friday, January 31, 2020

Clare stated that she was running under iOS 12 and the game requires iOS 13.2. Are you running iOS 13.2 or after? If so, that will explain Clare's problem. Have a good day.

Submitted by David Standen on Friday, January 31, 2020

It's a great little game. I look forward to future updates.

Submitted by Jimmy V on Saturday, February 1, 2020

really enjoy the game. However, i've noticed that even after the game is over the sound for either left or right still plays untill you touch the screen. If this is a bug, would love to see it fixed in the next update.
Also, I have an idea that would make this game more fun. Give us the ability to switch from the tones, to say, the sounds of cars coming from left to right, if we wanted that. Another way this could be intigrated would be to make the cars idea a bonus game that could be unlocked after getting a spacific number of points Keep up the great work

Submitted by Sasha Stride on Saturday, February 1, 2020

Sorry Claire. Thought you meant that your phone could no longer be updated.

Submitted by Chrystal on Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Well, I'm confused. On the face of it, the game sounds simple enough to play. However, I can only seem to get a maximum of four points, if I'm lucky. Sometimes, when I move left or right, depending on the tone, I still run into the obstacle, even though the tone is indicating to move in that direction. It would be nice if the obstacles themselves, made some kind of noise.

Submitted by HEXAGON on Sunday, March 29, 2020

I just tried it out and it works fine on my iPhone running iOS 13.4. For those who are encountering the problem that the game stops after a few obstacles, you have to hold your finger on the screen while driving. If you then hear the tone, just move the finger but hold it on the screen. When then the next tone comes up, you can move the finger accordingly. With this procedure, I scored 46 points. ;-)

Submitted by Clare Page on Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Hi! Now that I have the new iPhone SE which has IOS 13 on it, I have been able to download and play Audio Rush, and I'm enjoying it. At first I wondered if I would, it took me a little while to work out how much I should move my finger to avoid the obstacles, but once I'd got used to that, I gradually improved my scores. This game may seem boring to some, but it's not as easy as it may seem, I found I needed to concentrate hard to be sure I'd move at the right time to miss the obstacles, but that doesn't stop me enjoying the game, and I hope my scores will continue to improve in the future.

Submitted by Brian Giles on Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Yes. I didn't think I'd like it, but it's a good little mobile game. It's kind of what I thought Flappy Bird would be like; a game that makes you want to try just one more time after you lose. I like the game center integration, I'm so close to getting the high score on hard mode. lol

Submitted by Jo Billard on Saturday, August 8, 2020

I just downloaded it, put my finger on the screen and immediately got 0 points, so I guess I lost the game before I even started. I can't find instructions anywhere.

Submitted by David Standen on Saturday, August 8, 2020

The objective of "Audio Rush" is to avoid the obstacles, which are represented by either 4 rapid tones or 4 slower tones. You don't need to swipe until you hear either of these tones. When you hear the rapid tones, swipe left until they disappear, then lift your finger off the screen. When you hear the same 4 tones played slowly, swipe right until they disappear and again, lift your finger off the screen. The 2 high-pitched tones you hear during gameplay is the sound of your score increasing. the more you progress, the faster these tones will become. I hope this explanation makes sense.

Submitted by Jo Billard on Sunday, August 9, 2020

In reply to by David Standen

Ah, swipe! That's not what the instructions said at all. Thanks. Makes sense now. Pretty boring, actually, unless being at the easy level has something to do with that.