Doing it Right Available on iOS

iOS & iPadOS Gaming

Dear community!
I would like to offer for your attention my new audio game - Doing It Right.
Doing it Right is an audio puzzle with brain-busting challenge. Test your hearing, reaction and logic.
Follow the sound instructions and win the game. With each chapter and level instructions will become more difficult and mental discomfort stronger. Try to test yourself. It is harder than it seems at first sight.
The game consists of two modes: an endless and a normal one. A normal mode includes 11 chapters (60+ levels), while an endless mode can be played endlessly.

Link to the version for iOS:

Link to the version for Android:

Link to the version for Windows:
There is a DEMO version for Windows.



Submitted by David Standen on Friday, June 12, 2020

This is an awesome game. I have been playing for a few days now and I highly recommend giving it a try.

Submitted by Blind angel 444 on Saturday, June 13, 2020

So excited to have some more choices!!!!! Thank you for the multiple links for different platforms. Go into the AppStore and put in your search terms. You can get it that way too.

Submitted by Pat Pound* on Saturday, June 13, 2020

I am may be about halfway through the levels. Definitely more challenging than it appears. Hard to figure out what some of the phrases means like no new up. Thank you for doing this!

Submitted by Kostiantyn on Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Dear community!
A big update for iOS, Android and PC versions has been released. 
* Added 2 chapters(10+ levels)
* Added more than 20 new instructions 
For iOS version added Achievements and Leaderbord.
Achievements and Leaderbord for Android will add later.

Submitted by ming on Tuesday, August 11, 2020

hey! thanks for creating this one.
it is a fun little game.
and it help me to wake up my bring.
hope you will have some big exciting games coming soon.

Submitted by francis on Tuesday, August 11, 2020

it is a fun little game.
hope you will have some big excitinggames soon.

Submitted by Perry Simm on Tuesday, August 11, 2020

The concept is deceptively simple. You receive instructions to swipe in a certain direction, and you have to carry them out in a short amount of time. However, as you rise through the chapters and levels, the way the instructions are coded becomes increasingly demanding, with directions being substituted by colors or sound effects, given by opposite (i.e. "no left" instead of "right"), etc. Don't be fooled---this one is tough.

Submitted by Teresa on Monday, November 2, 2020

This is my favorite kind of game: easy playing mechanics and challenging concepts. Thanks for this.

Now for my possible spoiler question. Warning. Move away if you're not interested.

So the "no" and "and" operators are stumping me. Is the movement supposed to be in a diagonal, or an outline shape, such as up, then right? I love the little time allowed, but that doesn't work so well for experimentation. LOL

Thanks a lot. I'm on Chapter 7 I believe.


Submitted by David Standen on Monday, November 2, 2020

When the game instructs you to go "no up then right", just swipe right, but be extremely quick. I also love this game and have completed all chapters in casual game mode. The best I can do in endless mode right now is 4 stars.

Submitted by Ashleigh Piccinino on Monday, November 2, 2020

In reply to by Teresa

I'm also stuck on some things in this app. when the narrator says no three times in a row, what do you do? also, how to you work with the and features? she could be a little clearer in what she's wanting us to do/the game developers could provide a manual on how to correctly use the app. I don't even know how to get a star in the endless game. I just usually play Classic. the music's cool as well. I've tried going in a diagonal pattern when the and features come up, but it's no good, so what's going on?

I figure it this way: when there's an odd number of "nos" you do the opposite of the direction. When there's an even number of "nos" you go in the direction of the last word. Example: no-no-left is two nos, which is even, so you go left. no-no-no-blue is three nos, so you don't go blue.

As for the and commands, You do the one after the and. That seems to work, as David pointed out.

I haven't gotten into the stars yet. I bet it could have something to do with how rapidly you respond to the

Submitted by kool_turk on Tuesday, November 3, 2020

In reply to by Teresa

yep, that's exactly what you do, but then what do you do when it says maybe right or maybe left, because that's what happens in later levels.

I'm not up to those yet, I know of them because I encountered some of those in endless mode.

Trial and error seems to be the way to discover these things, and there doesn't seem to be any diagonal gestures so you can rule those out.

Submitted by David Standen on Tuesday, November 3, 2020

When the game asks you to perform a "maybe left" gesture, swipe down. I found this out by trial and error. Other "maybe" gestures work in the same way, i.e. use the gesture next to it. I hope this makes sense. As for stars, the more gestures performed correctly, the more stars you will earn.

Submitted by Ashleigh Piccinino on Monday, November 9, 2020

In reply to by Teresa

When I've tried the things with and, I don't respond fast enough, so the narrator still says "oops!" the vibratory feedback is cool though for those people having a hard time hearing--not me, of course. however, this isnb't a game for those having cognitive challenges and visual impairments/sorry kids.

Submitted by honest nan on Wednesday, November 11, 2020

My bluetooth ear buds work fine with everything else. But the game won't talk to me. Do I have to turn off VO? Also, I skipped the avatar stuff the comes up when you open the game for the first time. Should I have done something with that? Thanks.

Submitted by Kostiantyn on Thursday, January 14, 2021

Dear community!
A update for iOS has been released.
* Added opportunity to play the part that has already been passed.
* Minor bugfixes

Submitted by Ashleigh Piccinino on Monday, January 18, 2021

In reply to by Kostiantyn

How do you know which version you have … right from the app? How do you replay the part that's already passed/don't understand what you mean there. Also, I reviewed the game a little while, telling of this. certain sounds, like the loud drum, might scare people who have sensitivity issues with their ears. I don't, of course … well, not really. however, if someone were autistic but could function well enough to play this, those sounds might spook the player into dropping off the app from an iDevice. please think about this for future use. It might not be enough to make the drum sounds softer--that might be frustrating to those people as well--but eliminating them or something.

Submitted by Kostiantyn on Thursday, January 21, 2021

The ability to play the already completed chapters has been added. Previously, this was not possible. Thus, if you have this opportunity, your version of the game is the latest.