A Blind Legend

In-app purchases
4.2
17.9K reviews
500K+
Downloads
Content rating
Teen
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image

About this game

It’s the first-ever mobile action-adventure game without video – where ears replace eyes!
Discover the original, innovative sensory experience of binaural 3D sound.

HEADPHONES ARE COMPULSORY!
AUDIO GAME FULLY ACCESSIBLE TO BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEOPLE

Your eyes will be of no help.
So close them, sharpen your hearing and your blade…
And embark on an epic, perilous rite of passage.

How do you play? 

Put on your headphones and use your smartphone’s touchscreen like a joystick:

- to move around freely;
- to fight using your sword;
- to defend yourself and protect yourself with your shield during epic fights;
- to repel your enemies and perform combos!

Live the adventures of Edward Blake, the famous blind knight! Guided by your daughter Louise, you must find your way and avoid the many traps that lie in store in the High Castle Kingdom, while confronting dangerous enemies!

This serious game is fully accessible to visually impaired people, and is aimed at anyone who’s eager for an original, immersive sensory experience through a ground-breaking video game. And because the player is the character, it will help raise public awareness of this kind of disability.

It is free to download and was co-created thanks to support from a community of fans who helped with the crowdfunding campaign (www.ulule.com/a-blind-legend) and in a co-production with France Culture, a Radio France station.

This hack-and-slash game, with a heroic-fantasy flavour, harnesses the innovative technology of binaural sound, which delivers a gripping 3D soundscape and brings characters and actions vividly to life around the player – as if they were actually in the game!
Updated on
Oct 31, 2018

Data safety

Developers can show information here about how their app collects and uses your data. Learn more about data safety
No information available
4.2
17.9K reviews
Casper-William Scott
September 21, 2021
I really liked this game until it stopped working. I have really bad blinking tics, so it was a video game I was finally able to play without having to see! Unfortunately, I got a bit of the ways into the game and it just straight up stopped working. At first, I couldn't hear Louise's voice when I tapped the screen (which is what was supposed to happen), then when I finally tried to uninstall and reinstall, after reinstalling it just straight up doesn't do anything. Very disappointed.
39 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
A Google user
December 27, 2019
The game has no graphics whatsoever and is absolutely amazing, I did find a slight clunkyness with the controls but only so much can be done to a game with no sight needed. My favorite thing to do is close my eyes and imagine im there because the sound design is stunning, I can imagine myself in the game with all the sounds and explinations before each part. It is however long between each save point and must have some extra free time before you should try to start playing.
48 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
A Google user
December 23, 2019
Absolutely fantastic and mindblowing experience! The controls are pretty seamless (the only reason why it was giving me slight problems is because i have a cracked screen,) however, there is a bug in the scene where you go on a rowboat by the sea. I am hearing horses but despite me trying to move forward, i dont think i am going anywhere. It is just a little bug though! So far, great experience! If the bug was fixed i would easily give your graphics a 5/5, though I cant continue the game :(
25 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?

What's new

- Update of the audio plugin
- Minor bug fixes
- Update target sdk to 27