Long games and tycoon/simulation games; recommendations and wishlists

iOS and iPadOS Gaming

I am working on My Master's and so usually I don't have a lot of time. Quick games like the blindfold series are exactly what I'm looking for. But with some extra time on my hands between semesters, I want games that last a little longer. I can finish a choice of games story in a night, and I'm looking for something that will last me at least a week. What are your favorite longer games? Additionally my favorite sort of games are tycoon and simulation games, although I love almost every type of game. Does anyone have favorite tycoon or simulation type games that they enjoy? THis seems to be a very underdone category in the blind gaming world, which is surprising to me because I would think they would be easier to code. Thanks for any thoughts or suggestions.



Submitted by Mitchell on Monday, January 4, 2016

Silversword, while beeing mostly accessible, is really confusing exploring-wise. I got lost so many times. Even with the coordinates, it didn'tith other games, like Alter Aeon, give you an image of where you are. You don't get lost, because you Remember what it looked like. But in Silverswoq, I don't know what'sehind me, so I don't rmember where I was.

Submitted by Paige on Tuesday, January 5, 2016

I don't know. I am using the light version on an iPhone 5s. Maybe I could make a podcast. Are there any restrictions on who can make podcasts?

Submitted by Ornella on Tuesday, January 5, 2016

anyone could do podcasts

Submitted by hanif naufal hafizhan on Tuesday, January 5, 2016

for FFRK, it's mostly selecting what relm you want to play and then select a dungeon on that relm.
after you select your dungeon, you'll be given an overview of the dungeon's backstory. in this screen you will also see how many stamina is needed to complete a dungeon, and you can select your party member. click confirm and you will select your summon character, used for soul break.
click the begin button and then you will hear a music of that level, for example, if you are hearing the final fantasy X music and you select the bisaide dungeon, you will hear the music of the bisaide island dungeon.
in this dungeon screen, you can select the place that you want to begin the battle in, but you must do it in the right order.
after selecting the level of that dungeon, you can see how many stamina that you'll use to enter the battle, and than you can flick right and double tap on the begin battle button. you should turn VoiceOver off and then you can start the battle. for the battle buttons I have explained it in my previous post.

Submitted by Mitchell on Tuesday, January 5, 2016

It'sike Adventure to Fate: Battle aarena where it isostly battle-based. But there is also a story.

Submitted by Ornella on Tuesday, January 5, 2016

hi paige, I think the game is working for me now. yesterday it was sticking. so I will test it and if no one puts an entry I will do one

Submitted by Paige on Tuesday, January 5, 2016

oh ok

Submitted by Minionslayer on Friday, January 27, 2017

In reply to by Igna Triay

There is also a prequel to A dark room called the ensign.

Submitted by Sasha Stride on Friday, January 27, 2017

If you want long games I reccomend my baby sim or my baby sim too. Or hatchi. If anyone else know of a good caring simulationI would really get them.

Submitted by JTran2013 on Saturday, January 28, 2017

One of the games that I like to play is called Nano Empire. I'm not sure if this game is the kind of game you're searching for. Good luck!

Submitted by DannyApple2 on Wednesday, March 8, 2017

The best one is Transport tycoon deluse. I spent hours playing this game and it's never ends. That's a old game from early '90 but it's still awesome. You should try it. You can download it for free from the internet its only few megabytes.

Submitted by JeffB on Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Is Transport tycoon accessible with Jaws or Voiceover?

Submitted by tunmi13 on Thursday, March 9, 2017

I think there was a similar game with cordinates kind of like silversword, it was where you had to navigate a dungeon. You had characters that fought monsters and things and you had four arrows, left, right, forward and back, and you pressed them to move around.
It was called something like Arbitium or something.

Submitted by Sasha Stride on Thursday, March 9, 2017

That sounds like the game Oubliete but I am not sure spelling.

Submitted by tunmi13 on Thursday, March 9, 2017

Yup that's the one. Mostly accessible with VoiceOver and only two or so unlabeled ones.

Submitted by Jordan on Thursday, March 9, 2017

As far as I can tell, Transport Tycoon is completely inaccessible unless there is another version that I do not know about.