Are there any shooting games on app store that are accessible?

iOS & iPadOS Gaming

Hi. I'm new in this forum and want to know, are there any shooting games for IPhone that are accessible with voice over.



Submitted by Sasha Stride on Sunday, January 28, 2018

There are. For example Space Encounter, Blindfold Invaders and probably others that I cannot remember.

Submitted by maxi on Sunday, January 28, 2018

In reply to by Sasha Stride

Is space encouter free?

Submitted by Joseph on Sunday, January 28, 2018

I haven't found any that are as of late. But then it's been a while since I've really looked.

Submitted by themusicman08 on Monday, January 29, 2018

Space Encounter is $4.99 in the App store. I know their is a version for the Mack as well.

Submitted by charles on Monday, January 29, 2018

Although the app is free, you get a few games to try. Then, if you like it, and I hope that you do, you use in-app purchases for stuff like unlimited play, or so many games for a price. If you like the game, I suggest buying the full package for the best bang for your bucks. The game is based on Space Invaders.

Submitted by David Standen on Monday, January 29, 2018

Nebula is another great shooting game. It's tough to play but certainly worth a try.

Submitted by Brian Giles on Monday, January 29, 2018

I don't think you can play that unless you already have it though. I wish there was a good iOS shmup that didn't make you wave your arm around though.

Submitted by Ornella on Monday, January 29, 2018

I think sixth sense still works. And its free. Not sure if I spelt the name correctly.

Submitted by David Standen on Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Just to clarify: Sixth Sense does not work under IOS 11. The app hasn't been updated since 2013. This is one game I definitely miss playing.

Submitted by Erick on Wednesday, May 9, 2018

All of those shooting games really suck! I heard that their is another shooter coming which I'm going to be testing out. But other then that, these ones suck. Space encounter, uh, all you do is shoot. Not really much to do there except shoot and collect items. I mean it's an okay game but come on. The enemies are the worst.

The sound of the enemies are just boring. No realistic sound and everything. The points system is worthless.

2. Nebula, really? Why should I go on, just another classic space invaders game. Sorry but I just can't help but writing a bad review about these 2 games. 1 game that might not suck is the game I'm going to be testing out, why not go and support the developer. otherwise, please, I recommend you not check those 2 games out. Have a nice day!

Submitted by Erick on Wednesday, May 9, 2018

In reply to by Ornella

no! Why this! Why does it have to be zombie shooter that isn't really playable and is somewhat boring. Sorry but it just that I'm getting tired of the system where you have to use your finger to point 9:00 or 10:00, no nooooooo! This is not good. I like more VR FPS games like audio Defense. Well that's gone now but I hear they have a new game coming out which I'm going to be testing. You should support the developer. I do recommend it, he's a nice person and he has some great ideas. But other then that, 6thsence, Nebula, Heck even Space Encounter, um, not worth my or anyone else time in my opinion. I will respect your opinion but I mean, these developers have to start thinking outside of the box, you know what I mean. I have some great ideas as well like a thing where you can shoot things like different zombies like elemental zombies, demonzombies ETC. but anyway, have a good day.

Submitted by Holger Fiallo on Wednesday, May 9, 2018

GMA did have cool war games for the PC. I just wish that they make it for apple iPhone. Great sound.

Submitted by tunmi13 on Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Most of the things you mentioned, in your comment, about not liking SixthSense or nebula or all that, seem to be your oppinion.
You can't really get people to avoid those games, because what if at some point the app developer decides to remove those apps?
Nebula is now free for those who get the app when it was free, and updated it. The good thing about it, is that it still works with the latest version of iOS, and the downside is it maybe still a little be destabilized, but better than the previous version.
To confirm, SixthSense is indeed uncompatible with iOS 11, which used to be my favorite game.
I only managed to make it to level 4, but the monsters were damn fast.