Fully accessible so the sighted and visually impaired can compete on a level playing field!
With EIGHT fun games, chat functionality, and 100% voiceover accessibility, Game World sets the standard for social gaming. Advance your level by playing any one of the eight games and then share (or taunt) your results with friends using the in game chat!
* Simon Says
* Trivia Trail
* Pirate Poker
* Barracks Blackjack
* Battle Cats
* Word Builder
New games added all the time!
Game World is 100% voiceover accessible and fun for all to play. Available in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, and Japanese to allow you to test your skill against opponents all over the world!
* Facebook friends
* Twitter followers
* Random opponents
Key Features include:
* 100% Voiceover accessible!
* 8 different games!
* Single player and multiplayer games!
* Post messages to your friends's walls!
* Chat with friends!
* Create chat groups!
* Chat rooms!
* Fun sound effects!
* Daily leaderboards!
* Advanced stats and leaderboards!
Download for free and play Game World today!
Bug, Crash and performance fixes!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
This is a great application! It's accessible, which is a good thing for visually impaired gamers like myself. I just have a few questions/suggestions. First, in Word Builder, where is the Shuffle button? (Another player mentioned this in a review, but I couldn't see what the developer responded.) Second, in the game environments where Unity is used, (e.g. when playing Word Builder, Ludo Palooza, and Trivia Trail), the touch responsiveness isn't that good. For instance, sometimes when I double-tap or swipe the screen, I would have to have a few tries before my iPad recognized that I was double-tapping/swiping. Lastly, in the Unity gaming environments, there is next to no Braille support. I know this is inevitable for all Unity-based applications, but I can't even move around the game screen and manipulate controls with my Braille display. Can you please add an option for Braille display users so we can play the Unity-based games with our Braille displays? Overall, this application is amazing. It allows for fun, challenging games to be played by both sighted and blind individuals. Keep up the great work, developers! ☺️
Great app, but...
Hi. I am so glad I have finally found an app with as many games as this one. I am a 13 year old blind gamer, and this has really made my day sometimes. I only have a few negative comments, and that is why my rating is low. First. this may be because of my older model iPhone, but I'll still mention this. I am playing on an iPhone 6S, and when opening the game sometimes there is extreme lag and other times it just crashes all together. I'm not sure if this is a bug, or if it's my phone. Second. I think there should be a way to control the music volume. Because I like having music on, but it's just all around too loud for me. If this feature could be added that would be awesome. Third. I know another reviewer mentioned this in there review, but I'll still bring it up. Sometimes the touch gestures are very slow or do not respond to my finger. It isn't that big of an issue, but it can get annoying. Now enough with the negatives, onto some positive thoughts. I absolutely love that there are games, like these, that are coming out for iPhone/iPad/iPod users. It just makes me so happy to see that people are actually considering the blind community and making accessible games. It just makes my day to see these things. I love the design and interface all around, it's just so nice and addicting. I have really enjoyed dice world and hope to enjoy this game as much as I enjoy dice world. Thank you for reading, and I really hope my rating helped out.
Problem With Ludo
Hi! My name is Zoe and I'm a fifteen-year-old (physically at least) blind girl who enjoys this game. I'd just like to report something that has happened to me. Whenever I play Ludo and tap twice with two fingers to hear information about the board it hardly ever works. It just rolls the dice. Honestly I don't think we even need a two finger tap to roll the dice, there's a button right there to do it. I've only tried two player games of Ludo so far and liked them (even though I haven't won) but I'm scared to try four player because how can I keep up without seeing information on the board? Please fix.
PS: Wordwar is better than Battlecats in my opinion. So if you could give us the option to change the annoying cat sounds (in my opinion) back into the Wordwar sounds I'd appreciate that. Why were they two separate games anyway? I've still got Wordwar metals and pretty much have to earn them all again with Battlecats. Ugh!
PPS: Blind people like using stickers to so MAKE THEM ACCESSIBLE DARN IT! ☹️
- AppA11y, Inc.
- 331.4 MB
Requires iOS 10.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Malay, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Frequent/Intense Simulated Gambling
- © 2019 AppA11y, Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Remove Ads $2.99
- 50 Gold $0.99
- 500 Gold $6.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.