Bringing back ios game like Audio Defence

App Developer

Calling all Blind gamers. I am working with a game production company to develop a game similar to Audio Defence. I guess I got tired of waiting around for someone else to do it. My game is called The Circus Masters Revenge. You guessed it. Instead of zombies coming at you. You will have 23 different kinds of circus performers that are trying to attack you. This game is still in the early stages of development. My first time attempting something like this so I am being very very picky. I don’t care if the blind community wants to play this game or not. I want to play it because I am a blind gamer that misses this type of game. I have to admit that when Somethin Else left iOS. I was really upset. I never even got to play the night jar. They definitely were ahead of their time as far as game play goes. Atleast on a mobile platform. Nobody since has even come close. This is where I want to succeed. Not just for all the blind gamers out there but for me. If you are interested in a game like this. Let me know in a comment. The more gamers interested in a game like this will help my game producers understand how important this game will be to us. I even got Marty from the blindfold series interested in this game. He is helping me understand the business side of this adventure. So when this game is developed and you enjoy it make sure you thank him for helping me out with the process. I will keep everyone updated on the progress right here. Thanks for your time. I will try my best not to let you down.


Heard that

App Developer

I’m gonna do my best to bring this type of game back to the iOS platform. I was told by the production team that is developing this game for us that they will be starting this project tomorrow morning. they even askEd me to do the circus masters voice. Hee hee. I will try to make Dr. bastard proud. I guess it makes sense aftterall I am the one who wrote this game design and story.

It's too bad you can't dig up the man who played Dr. Bastard

I've not heard your voice, and I am not saying you can't bring off a good circus master, but it'd be awesome to have Dr. Bastard return. Only thing I wish as far as Audio Defense went was that after a while you were able to actually shoot the good doctor, as much Hell as he put you through lol

RE: It's too bad you can't dig up the man who played Dr. Bastard

I think if the game had been completed like they were going to do, including fighting in the arenas in front of crowds, that would hopefully have been an option. I'm frankly still holding out for an accessible Star Wars game. Viva la lightsaber!

Do my best

App Developer

I will do my best to make this game great. Hopefully it will be awesome enough where we will all say, Audio Defence who? I wish I could tell you guys what I have come up with so far. It is turning into something crazy and amazing. Just the weapons alone are freaking ridiculous. I just hope the audio engineers can keep up with my game ideas. I can’t wait to play this damn thing myself!!! Ha ha

How to help?

I'm enthusiastic about seeing this come to fruition. I'm a blind gamer and software developer with a strong background in computer science (Master's degree). How can I help?

more of the same, I hope not

I only hope this game doesn't end up like all the others where you put it aside once you finish the story.

A blind legend was like that, great game, but it isn't one I would keep coming back to once you've gotten everything out of it.

Back in the 90s they had a term for those games, they called it clocking.

Once you've clocked a game that's it, you might play it once in a while, but unless there is some sort of mode that would make you want to play more, there just isn't any point.

Sixth sence didn't have much, but you could come back to that if all you wanted to do was kill some zombies.

Now that was a fun game.

I wonder if the blind comunity will ever make something that is open world that isn't a mud.

I guess time will tell.

I'll keep an eye on this thread, just to see if anything different comes out of it.

So far, it looks like the same stuff we've seen before in other titles.

Reply to Brad

App Developer

Thank you Brad. I have done that several times. The audio net forums are mainly for PC platforms. Visually impaired gamers are still gamers no matter what the platform is. At least that’s what I thought. I still get some good information from those forms but not for this platform. I appreciate you trying to help out with this project buddy. Thanks again


It's true that is mostly about pc or mac games but I know that some if not most of those on the site have IPhones or android devices.

I enjoy helping out and I believe in this project. I wish I could help more but I don't have any other ways to do so.

You can help

App Developer

Spread the word. Can’t do it by myself. Good hunting.

Still willing and able

Just tell me how I can help this project along, and I'll do me best. :)
Once beta testing is ready, count me in also. Btw, who are the developers for this?

Hey Mike

App Developer

This is more like a post page not really good for discussions. Here is my Twitter account if you want to contact me. J.F.QuirkIII

Good idea

I'll definitely try this game out when it's released and if you need a beta tester reply to this comment or private message me.


App Developer

This post form is gaining momentum guys. Keep up the good work. Have talk to the game developers this week and they are extremely excited about having the opportunity to develop this game for us. I already have a feeling this game going to be way more exciting than I previously imagined.
Production company has already started writing code and is getting ready to start working with the audio engineers for the sound that is of the 3-D nature. I am excited as should we all be. Even trying to get a hold of Steve saylor from youtube to scratch his brain as an expert in accessibility gaming. I figured the more experts I get involved with this the better experience we will have when is complete

beta testing

I am really interested in beta testing and I will share this to a blind computing group on facebook