Blindfold Soccer Kick

Overview

Blindfold Soccer Kick is a fully accessible soccer or european football game, for both sighted and visually impaired people, designed for rapid audio play.

You control this game using iPhone gestures.
You will need headphones or earbuds to play.

This game is based on the penalty shot phase of a soccer game, where you must kick the soccer ball into the goal net.
Each level of the game is harder than the prior level.
In the eaiest leve1, you start out by kicking the soccer ball into the net.
There is no goalie to block your kick, so as long as you aim well, you’ll score a goal.
In the next hardest level, you kick the soccer ball, but your opponent’s goalie will try to block your shot.

In the full game, you and your opponent alternate kicks, and you try to block each other’s shots.
The player who scores the most goals after 5 kicks wins the game.
If it’s a tie, the game continues until one player scores higher than the other.

Practice Kicking

The soccer goal net is 50% of the width of the screen, and is either on the left side, the right side or the center.
Before each shot, you are told where the goal net is, and during the shot, you hear a slow drum sound indicating where goal net is: left, center or right.

For example, if the goal net is on the left side, position your finger near the bottom of the phone, on the left side, and swipe up.
The announcer will tell you when you scored a goal, or if you missed the goal net.
If you have problems determining where the goalie is, as he moves continuously left and right, try increase the stereo separation in the settings screen.

Practice Kicking with a goalie

The goalie tries to block your kick by moving left and right; the goalie is about one quarter of the width of the screen.
During practice, he moves from left to right in about five seconds, and then reverses his movement when he hits the side.
You’ll near earbuds or headphones to hear where the goalie is.

Solo Game with Goalie

This is just like the practice game, but on each level, the goalie moves faster and faster.
You can change how much faster the goalie moves from level to level in the settings screen.
Each level has 7 soccer balls and there are 10 levels.

There are four soccer goal net games: large, medium, small and very small. The goal will be in the center or on the left or right side.
When its on the left or right side, the left or right edge of the goal lines up with the edge of the phone.
When its in the center, the center of goal lines up with the center of the screen, in line with the home button.

The large goal is 50% of the width of the screen, the medium is 33% width, the small is 25% width and the very small is 15% width.

Blocking your opponent’s kick

In the blocking games, your opponent will kick the ball towards the goal, and you must block it.

First tap the screen, and your opponent will kick the ball.
Then, press your finger on the screen and move it left and right, so that the ball sound is in the center of your head.
If you don’t press your finger on the screen, you won’t hear the ball.

Solo Blocking Game

This is just like the practice game, but on each level, the ball moves faster and faster.
After tapping the screen, move your finger left and right so the oncoming ball sound is in the center of your head.
If you lift your finger from the screen, you won’t hear the ball anymore, and you won’t be blocking the ball.

There are three starting speeds: slow, medium and fast.
Each level has 7 soccer balls and there are 10 levels.

Full Game

In the full game, you and your opponent alternate shots. First you kick the soccer ball to his goal net, and his goalie tries to block the ball. Then he kicks the soccer ball to your goal net, and you try to block the ball.

Unlike the Solo Blocking game, instead of you getting points when you block his kick, your opponent gets points when he makes the goal.
So if you make 4 of 7 goals, and you only block 2 of your opponent’s 7 goals, you score will be 4, and his score will be 5.

There are 10 levels.
However, if the score of the game at 10 levels is a tie, the game continues to the next level, and keeps continuing until one player wins the game.

Gestures

During the game, to get total scores, swipe down with 3 fingers.
At the end of the game, to get final level score and total scores, swipe down with 3 fingers.

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