Game made for BlindJam  https://itch.io/jam/blindjam
NOTE: To play this game stereo headset is required

"Hello, I am your personal A-I assistant. You are stuck in this forest and you are blind folded!
To escape you need to collect 5 devices and return here. You can’t see but you can pay attention to the sounds. The devices emits vibrating kind of sound effect, similar to your smartphone.
Also many beacons are installed for assistance so you can return here.

But, beware of the night monsters! They can sense your movement. So don’t move if a monster chases you. Don’t die! I repeat, Don’t die!

Press W to move. Press A and D to rotate left and right respectively.
You can also press Left Shift with W key to run. But still you won’t out run the night monsters."

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BlindFolded_GameJam_Win64.zip 21 MB
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BlindFolded_GameJam_MacOS.app.zip 37 MB

Comments

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Great game! I love the sounds and the scares. The only question I have is: what happens when you make it home? I try and nothing happens; the sound just goes around me. Is there a sequence of homing spots to go through in order? I hope I'm not missing something. :-) Thanks a lot; enjoyed it very much, and it's always good to have a screen-reader-accessible game that works!

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Hi, yeah it is vague. I made it for a game-jam but restricted myself to 1 day dev challenge.  So, nothing is triggered when player reaches home after collecting everything.

Ok, thanks. Just wanted to be sure I didn't miss something. I do like it very much. take care. :-)

I really enjoyed this! I didn't manage to beat it, you have to be really patient and I'm learning I'm not very patient haha. After dying once, I thought it wouldn't be scary anymore, but when you hear those rapid footfalls coming at you it gets you really nervous. I felt like I needed to hold my breath to stay quiet. Good job!

Thanks :)

Simple but really well done! I tried playing this with my eyes closed and it's actually anxiety inducing, so for a game like this it's really competent!

Thanks :)