In this Walk-through, T Dog gives us a brief demonstration of Mine Racer for Mac available from 2MB Solutions. You can play a free demo of the game, and purchase a fully-functional copy for $5 U.S.
If you enjoy word games, you'll love 7 Little Words, a fun and challenging game where you solve clues using the groups of letters provided. In this podcast, Abby introduces us to the game and takes us through one complete puzzle, consisting of seven clues. 7 Little Words is available in the App Store for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/7-little-words/id431434152?mt=8
In this podcast, Joseph Weakland gives us a demonstration of Blindfold Trivia Match, yet another entry in the Blindfold Games series.
In this podcast, Sabrina introduces us to Hatchi - A retro virtual pet for iOS. She shows us how to hatch an egg, and interact with the pet.
In this podcast, Sheri Wells-Jensen demonstrates Random~Number by PocketLab.
This free app is great for activities such as rolling dice, picking lottery numbers, flipping a coin, and about anything else you can think of.
In this podcast, David Woodbridge gives us a demonstration of Talking Typer for iOS. Talking Typer is "An accessible typing and computer keyboard tutorial app with a keyboard game to help increase speed and accuracy in a fun environment!" The app costs $4.99 in the U.S.
In this podcast, Alex Hall takes a look at the Chess application which comes preloaded on all Mac computers. This is a companion to his guide to the Chess app.
You can use the Chess application to play chess against the computer or another person, or watch the computer play against itself. You can choose the level of difficulty for each game, get hints from the computer, and make moves using spoken commands.
In this podcast, Sabrina Fagerheim takes us through one of her favourite games, a challenging tile matching puzzle game from Kid Friendly Software called Blindfold Pyramid Tiles. Download the game from the App Store https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/blindfold-pyramid-tiles/id1235887256?mt…
In this podcast Piotr Machacz gives us a demonstration of Dark Defender, a free Mac game inspired by an old arcade game in which fleets of alien abductors are slowly invading planetoids inhabited by humans. Your task is to clear as many planetoids as you can of alien abductors and kill as many of their motherships as possible.
Blindfold Wildcard includes several modes of play, such as discard or draw, and discard or draw until you can discard. Since there are many rule choices for the game, you can customize it for many of those rules.
In this podcast, Khalfan Bin Dhaher introduces us to Audio Game Hub 2.
Audio Game Hub is a set of experimental arcade audio games that use audio as their primary interface – making them accessible for both sighted and non-sighted users.
Audio Game Hub 2.0 introduces 3 new games: race against the clock and disarm bombs in Bomb Disarmer, follow Simon as he leads you through unlocking complicated patterns in Super Simon, or sit at the round table and enjoy a casual game of Blackjack.
In this podcast, Tunmi introduces us to Suddenly Lost, an interactive adventure novel for iOS with a script that is over 40,000 words alone.
The App Store description provides the following information:
You will explore many interesting places and have many adventures, all within the wonderful world of the written page.
In this podcast, David Woodbridge gives us an overview and quick demonstration of Blindfold Air Hockey, a free audio game for iOS.
In this podcast. David Woodbridge gives us an overview and quick demonstration of Blindfold Breakout, a free audio game for iOS.
In Blindfold Breakout, you have a paddle, a ball, and a series of bricks. First, tap the screen to launch the ball from your paddle. When it hits a brick, the brick is shattered, and the ball bounces back to your paddle.
In this podcast. David Woodbridge gives us an overview and quick demonstration of Blindfold Pong, a free audio game for iOS.
In Blindfold Pong, you hear one or two balls, and you must move the phone left and right to hit the ball with your paddle. Using head phones or ear buds, you hear the ball heading towards you, and the ball will bounce off of your paddle when it's sound is in the center of your head.