Experience of accessible sports games...

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iOS & iPadOS Gaming

Hi all.
I am a big sports fan particularly football or soccer if you are American. There does seem to be a huge lack of accessible audio based sports games. My favourite audio game ever made has to be top speed which I guess you would put in the sports category. I'm just wondering if anyone knows of anything I don't in this category?
I'm sure some kind of football game would be possible to create although not simple I imagine but I'm not an app developer! I'd also love to see a game comparable to top speed for the iPhone. I'm thinking you could tilt for steering, hold a finger down to go and flick up and down to change gears... Seems doable but like I said I'm not the one to create it! Blindfold racer is ok but for me not comparable to something like top speed. But I am particularly dying to have some kind of playable football game...
If anyone knows of any games I haven't found let me know! Also I work as an accessible technology advisor for a charity who help provide equipment and such for blind and vision impaired in the UK and I try and tweet interesting things related to accessible technology so give us a follow if you wish @blatchingtonbct or my personal twitter @lorna808
Thanks in advance! L

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Submitted by Fredrik Andersson on Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Is top speed available for Iphone?

Submitted by Paige on Sunday, January 3, 2016

For sports games, try Blindfold Bowling. It is a very accessible bowling game. Another fun one is a Audio Archery. There's also a Blindfold Air Hockey. There is a ski ball called blindfold of the ball, but I prefer bowling. There are a few games that I know of their sports that are accessible, but I don't understand them. These are blink Pong, sonic tennis and baseball

Submitted by Mitchell on Monday, January 4, 2016

I don't know about blink pong, but Sonic Tennis is a game that you can only play online through game center and no one plays it rat much. Baseball is one of those games that you're like, "Oh, cool, I can swing a bat." The bad thing about it is that that's all you can do. There's not a real game aspect. I wouldn't recomend these, but if you have a friend who has it, you can play Sonic Tennis.

Submitted by charles on Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Maybe the subject line that I used is incorrect. It might be racer or racing, but there is a podcast on this site that deals with the game. It is an app in which you drive a racer over several race courses. You can choose from several countries, cars, and tracks. It is totlly Voice-Over friendly, and the cost is $14.95 in the app store. Ear buds or a headset is required, and it is a very good game.