**Featured by Apple in Adventure and Role Playing game categories**

Blindscape is a piece of experimental storytelling that takes place entirely through sound, . The narrative is told from the point of view of a man in an authoritarian society who wants to escape his life intolerable life by ending it.

"A whole new take on puzzles . . . emotional and heartfelt." -

"Games like Blindscape are a testament to the fact that even mobile gaming should be considered an art form, especially when done like this." -

• Stunning Retina-ready HD graphics
• Up to ten minutes of gameplay
• Some guy talking at you
• No In-App Purchases, ratings nagging, or other interruptions
• No badges, achievements, or integration with gamecenter
• Makes you feel like a sophisticated patron of the arts
• A serious, emotionally involving plot line
• Look silly while you poke at the screen trying to find things

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What’s New

Version 1.2

- Updated for 64 bit. Twice as many bits of black screen!

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
1K Ratings

1K Ratings

Deffylyn ,

Has Wonderful Potential

I love the concept at play here, especially because it makes the player venture into the unknown through a pov that many of us will never have to experience. I hope that you continue on this because I think it has the makings of a truly fantastic game. The music and attention to sound is a beautiful touch as well. I would advise that you maybe revise the description at the end because there’s a typo (an extra “life” is in there) and also to say it’s from the pov of a man in an authoritarian society who is trying to escape his life by ending it sort of sounds like he’s trying to hurt himself and several of the people who I had recommended this game to were really put off by the suicidal vibes of the description. Also, the pacing is a bit uneven, he gets through the city so quickly and there’s an opportunity to incorporate more events within his journey getting out of the precinct. Otherwise I think you’ve got something extremely special here, and I would love to see it flourish into a full on game that includes what happens beyond that door.

Peter Ranallo ,

Heart warming, Beautiful Art filled game

I am a student attending an art collage. I won’t go into detail on that because it doesn’t matter but I study all different kinds of art and this is the warmest piece I’ve felt so far. This is a truly inspiring game and goes into great detail allowing the mind to wander to all different places and unleashing even the toughest mans imagination. After playing this game I cried for a while and I drew everything I was imagining and the outcome was something I thought I could never have created. This game is an amazing piece of art and literature out together to create something I would have never have dreamed of. I can’t explain in words how this game can melt your heart and rebuild it. I give this game 5 stars hands down thank you developers for creating this and I hope in the future you create more of these games from different perspectives.

Peter Ranallo

Anonymous Alpha ,

Maybe Extend It A Bit?

I really, really love this game, I just wish it were a bit longer. If it went into more detail in different parts of the storyline, I feel like we could understand the character and why what happened happened a bit more. I’m especially curious about the setting of the story. It seemed like the story took place in some sort of post-apocalyptic type area, and I think it would be really cool if the protagonist could go into more depth about what he remembers about the world before he was made blind. I’d also like to hear more about the girl that knew where stuff like the posters were. I feel like that could even be a story of it’s own, like in a separate chapter or something. Thank you for taking any of my thoughts into consideration, all in all this is a great game, and I’d love to see more like it.


Gavin Brown
78.8 MB

Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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