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Play is simple and the interface is intentionally minimalist. This makes it accessible for a wide range of players, including those without sight who can use VoiceOver to interact with the clearly labelled interface.
The result is a fun way to tax your brain and expand your vocabulary along the way. If you don't know the meaning of the world you can look it up right in the game.
VoiceOver is excellent. You swipe left and right to find a letter. Double-tap to select a letter, then swipe again to move and tap to select the next letter. It announces words you have already found.
Our Ordet Accessibility Report details 22 accessibility features:
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