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Description

Are you ready to test your hearing and logic?

Headphones are required.
Audio game fully accessible to blind and visually impaired people.
Doing it Right don't use Voice Over, so you should turn off it.

Doing it Right is an audio puzzle with brain-busting challenge. Test your hearing and logic.
Follow the sound instructions and win the game. With each chapter and level instructions will become more difficult and mental discomfort stronger. Try to test yourself. It is harder than it seems at first sight.
The game consists of two modes: an endless and a normal one. A normal mode includes 11 chapters (60+ levels), while an endless mode can be played endlessly.

How to play?
In Doing It Right you need to follow some instructions, for example:
- Left - swipe left.
- No up - swipe any direction except up.
- Repeat and Inversion do not apply to the entire instruction chain, but only to the last one. For example: if it was on the down, then Inversion means on the up.
Sometimes, the levels can be marked with a marker, color or sound. In this case, you should remember what a certain color corresponded to.  For example: in the Right is Red level, all instructions based on Right will be replaced with Red. The same is with the sound.

What’s New

Version 1.3.2

* minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Ashleigh Peach ,

Very good but some concerned thoughts about sounds

This is a very good game, especially for those with possible cognitive delays. I would use this game in my future teaching career in the following ways. For those with blindness and/or low vision, I’d make sure the directions can b followed. This would take into account things I won’t get into here. However, these certain things are great for the person to learn. The concerns I have are that the drum beats and possible other sounds might startle those with autism, so try thinking about that for your update. Other than that, it’s a good game. I do have a question, though. How do you complete the steps with and in her direction?—of course, I’m speaking of the female TTS who helps you along? I can’t seem to figure it out. Also, why does she say no twice for yes on some directions. For example, she’ll say no no red, and you have to swipe in the red’s direction/the correct choice. Maybe, the multiple utterances of no were a program error?

Lea1988 ,

Fun

I love to play. Wish there was a demo mode to learn what the motions are. Can’t seem to figure out what (no left and down) etc. means. Everything I try it says it’s wrong. Also would like it if noises were not so much alike and had more of a different sound for each one.

Nancy.lc. ,

Game stopped working

I installed Doing It Right and played chapter 1 a couple times. Nothing I did would get me past the repeat prompt. After that, swiping right would not start classic mode and swiping left did not start continuous mode. I tried with 1 and 3 fingers. I could also not find any help files.
I am using the game with students who use Voiceover and need to learn "the cardinal directions of the phone". If Voiceover needs to be turned off, that would be good to know.

App Privacy

The developer, Kostiantyn Aleksandrov, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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Supports

  • Game Center

    Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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