[games_access] Another list...

Barrie Ellis barrie.ellis at oneswitch.org.uk
Wed Apr 5 02:22:51 EDT 2006

Great idea! Would you make a distinction between independents and 
main-stream developers - or bundle everyone together? Also, would the list 
be populated by developers deliberately making their games more accessible 
for disabled gamers, or accidentally?


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "AudioGames.net" <richard at audiogames.net>
To: "IGDA Games Accessibility SIG Mailing List" <games_access at igda.org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 04, 2006 11:16 PM
Subject: [games_access] Another list...

> Hi,
> I've had an idea for some time which I'd like to share with you... it is 
> something I would like to do for the "Game Accessibility"-project 
> originally but it is something we could also do together with the SIG and 
> share the results.
> We've talked about several Top10 lists this (last) week, one of which was 
> a list of features that game developers are already using in their games. 
> I would like to make a list (not a Top10, but hopefully a huge list) of 
> developers that are making accessible games or making games accessible to 
> some degree. For example, in one of the movies there is John from Flying 
> Lab Software, in which he explains how they are conciously doing something 
> with accessibility in their game. I would like to have a list of such 
> companies. Not only to praise these companies and give them a bit of 
> spotlight for their efforts, but to set an example for other developers 
> ("You Too Could Be On This List...!" and hopefully to get companies in 
> contact with each other so that they can look at each others work and 
> share knowledge.
> What do you think?
> Richard (who yesterday made a one-switch game for fun in less than 15 
> minutes ;)
> http://www.audiogames.net
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