Frequency Missing Is Designed for VI Players
There has been lots of news recently with video games offering really good accessibility settings. But inclusive design of games in the first place is another really good way to insure that more people can enjoy a game.
What is Frequency Missing?
It’s a point and click adventure that is available on iPhones, iPads and Android phone and tablets. You play a young radio reporter, Patricia, who has just started working at a radio station. But, strangely, a colleague has gone missing. What’s more, it was him who originally got her the job.
As the story unfolds you realise that someone is tampering with the radio station’s recordings to control the news. You set out to uncover the mystery.
How to play Frequency Missing.
You navigate the game by sliding your finger over the screen and listening to the sound in the headphones. Because it can control sound left and right, as well as the volume, you can home in on different items in each locations.
There is ambient sound for each room. When you touch the screen, any nearby item makes a unique sound you would associate with it. Doors creak, china clinks and people chat away to themselves. When you have your finger over an item, a note sounds and if you release your finger you can then choose different options — again by sliding your finger up and down.
It’s a little complicated to explain but works really well in practice. What’s more it’s a great game with an intriguing plot. The game is suitable for most ages, although there is mention of alcohol and tobacco that means in the US it’s rated for 10+.
Where can I find more accessible games?
If you want to find more games like Frequency matters, you can search and browse video games on the database. We also have these lists:
- Games Like Frequency Missing https://www.taminggaming.com/search/similar/Frequency+Missing
- Games You can Play Without Sight https://www.taminggaming.com/search/accessibility/124-Play+Without+Sight
- Games With Large Interactive Elements https://www.taminggaming.com/search/accessibility/158-Large+Game+Elements
- Games That Outline Interactive Elemenst https://www.taminggaming.com/search/accessibility/141-Outline+Interactive+Elements