This game is rated PEGI 12
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Posted: 13 months ago, last updated 6 months ago.
Play involves using audio cues and sound effects to steer the car left and right. There are also extra-fine haptics/vibrations that offer some information although these complement rather than mirror the sound.
Through 27 different levels, you learn to drive while blindfolded and take on more difficult boss encounters. All the while you have your rude GPS chattering in your ear -- not unlike GLADOS from Portal.
The game's dialogue is fully voice and well-acted. What starts as a simple driving game soon turns into an amusing crime-comedy with mobsters, dolphins and (of course) your angry Grandmother, performed by a full cast of voice actors.
There are three difficulty settings, and you can always retry a level that means it's impossible to fail. The game is designed to be immersive with just sound. It onboards players to ensure headphones are working correctly and offering stereo audio, but there is no narrated onboarding.
Controls are 2-buttons for left/right arcade gameplay. You can use tilt to steer on a smartphone. The game supports gamepads. which gives non-smartphone players a way to experience the haptic/vibration feedback.
Menus aren't narrated natively but it supports text-to-speech accessibility via NVDA, Windows TTS (Press SHIFT+A to enable) and VoiceOver.
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