I'd like a game designed which uses audio to navigate gameplay. I would like to have this designed for blind computer users who would benefit from the sound imagery. Therefore, graphics will not be necessary. The game itself will be a combat game in which the player must fire weapons at enemy and move around an area using the arrow keys. For example, to take cover in a fox whole, that is ahead and to the left of the player's position, one would hit up several times and left until he reaches the whole. Of course, being out in the open will increase the chance of being hit by enemy fire. The game would announce the objects such as amo, bunkers, fox wholes, and where the enemy is located. Then, the player must find the best position to begin firing towards the direction given. The game will be comprised of many sounds which I will provide. I simply need a developer to take the sounds and implement them into the game. The game must generate random objects to make the game interesting. The player will have a automatic-pistol, hand-grenade launcher, rifle and radio (which will announce objects, ETC). The player will encounter random land mines, enemy characters, and mortars. I will provide sounds which will make for different background settings such as a river sound effect, woods, battle field, ETC. Any other details can be discussed.
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