If you have ever used a screen reader with speech synthesis in multiple languages, you likely know the ugly bug that usually, key labels and certain user interface elements are not translated to the current synthesizer language. We've made a game out of this to demonstrate that it is actually hilarious behaviour to implement in the 21st century.
You are a german screen reader user having temporarily switched to an english voice. Can you guess what is actually being said?
A keyboard is (currently) required to play this game.
If you are using a screen reader, make sure to turn virtual mode off such that simple keypresses are not interpreted by your screen reader.
If you hear a key name, press it as fast as possible.
If you react in time, you win a point, if not, you loose one. If your guess was incorrect, you loose two points. With every round, timeout will be shorter.