Blind Drive represents a new type of game design, asking players to navigate the world using only their ears

Would you ever dare to drive blindfolded? Blind Drive, a thriller arcade-style game is aiming to test peoples' hearing abilities by getting people to drive blind! That's right, Giori Politi and Doron Assayas Terre of Lo-Fi People have developed Blind Drive, a game that relies completely on a person’s auditory senses. Players rely on voice commands to navigate their way through bus highways and obstacles.

This isn't your casual drive to the office, though. The voice commands come from a kidnapper who tells to follow specific instructions to save someone's life. To drive the car, the player has to tap the phone screen from side-to-side.

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