Sequence Storm Review
Posted: 16 months ago, last updated 5 weeks ago.
You press buttons in time to build up speed and power, using either a gamepad or keyboard. You can then strategically use special abilities to speed past the competition. Earn credits by completing missions and customize your vehicle.
You can choose between the main campaign, arcade mode, challenge split-screen mode. There is even an editor so you can make your own tracks.
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There are two extensive blind-friendly modes that assigns different sounds to each button, with a trainer to learn this association. Audio cues are provided for the obstacles on the track and are customizable.
It also prompts the player when launching for the first time, to press a specific button if Text-To-Speech is needed. This is useful low vision onboarding.
In a future expansion, the developer is planning additional control options like via head tracking systems.
For each lane and note, the player can customize both the visual color and audio cue (if playing one of the blind accessible modes).
Audio balance can also be adjusted, so if the player has better hearing in one ear, the sounds can be more balanced to come from that side.
If text-to-speech is enabled, the game provides spoken visual descriptions for story mode cutscenes, similar to an audio described movie.
Our Sequence Storm Accessibility Report details 37 accessibility features:
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