Description of App: 

With Earplay, you can enjoy audio stories you play with your voice, featuring voice acting and sound effects like in a radio drama. Experience this exciting new storytelling medium where you become part of the story, interacting with characters to affect how the events unfold.

New in this version of Earplay are previews of upcoming stories! You can listen and try out a choice or two from long form Earplays that will be released very soon. In the news section, we plan to give you access to the people and processes behind Earplay. Soon we'll be streaming regular microcasts and inviting you to Earplay interactive audio committee meetings!

PUGMIRE (Preview)
In Eddy Webb's family-friendly fantasy adventure, dogs have inherited the world untold centuries after the Ages of Man. Some have learned to use the leftover technology, but they believe it to be magic handed to them by their lost gods. Others seek to create an ideal civilization, using a Code of Man compiled from ancient, fragmentary lore. The world is dangerous and mysterious, but good dogs will persevere.

This is the Prologue chapter of the first ever voice-operated interactive audio story, a spy thriller where you play the secret agent. Originally launched in August 2013, eight chapters of the story have been released so far on mobile devices. Stay tuned, because we're planning to bring a new and improved version soon. Learn more at http://codenamecygnus.com and https://www.ear-play.com

The Earplay Demo is an introductory demonstration of Earplay storytelling and style. It is written and hosted by the legendary Dave Grossman, Earplay's creative lead, and one of the most prominent interactive story writers in the games industry. To learn more about Dave and Earplay, visit us at https://ear-play.com

We hope you enjoy this experimental, two-sided, surrealist adventure, also by Dave Grossman. Is the glass half full or half empty? Does your outlook change the way you see the world? See if you can puzzle your way through to find the ending.

Email us at hello@ear-play.com to tell us what you think and let us know what you'd like to hear next!

Not all stories in the Earplay skill will be suitable for all ages. Please use your own discretion, as parental review and guidance regarding Earplay content may be necessary. All content that contains material of a restricted nature will be accessible only with a registered and linked Earplay account.

Email us at support@ear-play.com if you have any difficulties.

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Accessibility Comments: 

The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver and is easy to navigate and use.

VoiceOver Performance: 

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling: 

Most buttons are clearly labeled.


There are some minor accessibility issues with this app, but they are easy to deal with.

Other Comments: 

Like with Code Named Sickness you use your voice to play the game. However in this version you no longer have buttons all commands must be spoken.

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