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Blind Spot Review
Posted: 14 months ago, last updated 12 weeks ago.
You find the invisible targets through the hot-or-cold vibration feedback system. As you place a finger on the screen you are "guided" to the target by vibration that increases in frequency as the finger gets closer. Harder levels feature more targets, some of which move. The only way to progress is to be touching all targets simultaneously.
It's a game that is unusual because it can be played without sight or hearing. It was made from a desire to be something to do on a phone that, through focusing attention, might ease anxiety attacks. The experience is one that is both engaging and relaxing.
"There is no winning or losing, only progress and movement."
Difficulty is determined exclusively by the level you’re on. It starts easy and gets harder. As difficulty increases the number of targets to find and how much they move increases. You can choose to start on the easiest level and then progress, or you can start at harder level from the beginning.
At the beginning of each level it announces the start with vibration and indicates the number of targets to find with a series of vibration pulse. If you take your fingers off the screen the game provides vibration pulses of the number of targets.
Our Blind Spot Accessibility Report documents 21 accessibility features:
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