I've managed to complete the first revision of my game Audio Maze, if you would like to try it out I'd love some feedback!
The game is early in development so a lot of things haven't been implemented as yet, I wanted to try and make sure that the audio was okay before going too far with it.
For now the object of the game is to collect the musical beacons from around the maze, once one is collected another one will pop up at a random place within the maze. The walls make a burning noise to help guide you around.
All of the audio in the game is binaural so it should be possible to tell where the sound is coming from, it works best with stereo headphones but speakers will still work.
I have included a read me file in the folder with instructions for the controls and a little bit about the game, I've been using a combination of Windows screen reader, VI simulation goggles, and just leaving the monitor off to try and make sure that it's accessible but please let me know if there are any problems.
One thing I have found is that if you are using Windows screen reader then you may have to turn off the option to lower the volume of other apps while it's in use because it turns the game sound down too much.
EDIT I forgot to say it's for a Windows 32 or 64 bit machine. I've only tried it on Windows 10 so far because that's the only system I have.
EDIT 2 User crashmaster has found that the game doesn't work on Windows 7 64 bit, if you have Windows 7 and limited internet I would suggest not downloading until I have found a solution.
The file is quite large at 320MB and the link page might say that the file is too big for Google to virus check it, I don't know how to get round that, I promise there is no virus! You might have to click continue first. If there is a preferred hosting site then I'll re-upload it.
It's a zipped file that will need to be extracted first and then you just have to click on AudioMaze.exe and the game will start straight into the first level because there is no title screen at present, just press the escape key to end the game.
I plan to add more revisions in the coming months and have plans for enemy AI, scoreboards, and different maps.
Some of you might recognise what game this current map is based on but I don't think it will be easy!
Hope you have fun and I appreciate any feedback good or bad.