Blindfold Games: February Summary (#105)

IEP Goals :  ECC Games for Visually Impaired Students

IEP Plan is our new company where we are building Expanded Core Curriculum games and interactive simulations for visually impaired students, based on a child’s IEP . 
The student’s progress in acquiring skills in these education-based games and interactive simulations are stored in a private secure cloud, visible to the school IEP team  in a web-based console . 
If you are a O&M , click for additional details on trying these types of games as part of maximizing student outcomes, relating to their 
Individual Educational Plan

February Summary

I often get asked for a list of games that we’ve built.  Here’s the current list, from the newest to the oldest.
Click on the game to go directly to the iTunes download page.  All games are designed for rapid audio play and have been built with the help of dozens of visually impaired gamers.
Blindfold Bingo – Play bingo with lots of patterns. Win coins. Record yourself saying Bingo and share it with other game players.
Blindfold Crazy Eights with Friends – Crazy Eights card game with with other people, via Game Center or in the same room.
Blindfold Barnyard– Move your animals from the barnyard to the fence to the barn. It’s addicting!
Blindfold Word Games– Hangman, Word Ladder, Scramble and Word Flick.
Blindfold Horse Race– Race against other horses by walking your fingers on the screen.
Blindfold Juggle– Juggle animals on earth and other planets.
Blindfold Tile Puzzle – Tile games including 2048 and Threes, with several variations.
Blindfold Rummy – Gin Rummy card game – collect sets and runs of cards.
Blindfold Color Crush – A cross between Bejeweled and Candy Crush.
Blindfold Vee Ball – Just like Skee ball: Roll a ball up a ramp to land in the highest point hole.
Blindfold Craps – Dice game where you bet on the outcome of a dice roll, just like in Las Vegas.
Blindfold Air Hockey – Air Hockey – use your mallet to shoot the puck into your opponent’s goal.
Blindfold Breakout – Breakout game where you smash bricks with a ball, similar to the arcade game.
Blindfold Bowling – Ten pin bowling just like at the bowling alley.
Blindfold Roulette – Play roulette just like in Las Vegas.
Blindfold Hopper – Inspired by the old video game frogger.
Blindfold Pong – Pong game similar to the classic arcade game.
Blindfold Dominoes -Dominoes game where you play until you are out of tiles or blocked.
Blindfold Hearts – Hearts card game where you avoid collecting hearts or you can shoot the moon.
Blindfold Simon – My Simon type game where you follow patterns based on gestures and sounds.
Blindfold Spades – Spades card game where you bid and collect tricks as you win each hand.
Blindfold War – The classic war card game where you try to collect all the cards.
Blindfold Solitaire – Solitaire card games including Klondike, Spider, Free Cell, Golf and many others.
Blindfold Wildcard – An Uno type card game.
Blindfold Crazy Eights – Crazy Eights card game with several variants of play.
Blindfold Video Poker – Video Poker just like the machines in Las Vegas.
Blindfold Blackjack – Play Blackjack against the dealer.
Blindfold Sudoku – Audio Sudoku in a 9 by 9 grid, with easy, medium and hard levels.
Blindfold Sudoku Mini – Audio Sudoku in a 4 by 4 grid, lots of fun and great for people who never played Sudoku before.
Blindfold Cryptogram – Decode famous quotes and phrases in a letter substitution game
Blindfold Racer – Drive your car using your ears, not your eyes.  The original game that started all of this.


  1. Hi Marty: I love the blindfold word games app. May I please suggest that you add an additional feature to the scramble word game? I often use the edit box for typing in the unscrambled word but am unable to enter it into the app as a solution to the scrambled word. Can you please add an OK button to the app on the page that allows for the word to be typed correctly. At this point, there is only a cancel button available and I am unable to submit my corrected response.
    Keep up the great work Sheila

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