[games_access] WiiHelm and misc
d. michelle hinn
hinn at uiuc.edu
Mon Apr 30 16:06:37 EDT 2007
Hi there! Quick reply -- no, I'm not hearing impaired but Reid
Kimball is and he works for LucasArts and is on this list!
I'm dyslexic and I have a chronic condition that causes me to be in
complete pain (ER-style pain) and pretty much bedridden for 1-2 weeks
a month...those "invisible" disabilities. So that's my story in a
Interesting thinkgeek "product" -- it's a shame they aren't really
selling it! That would certainly be a solution for some who want to
play the wii -- I'll put them on my "letters to write" list!
I forgot about the game project management book! Congrats on being
the top student -- keep it up!!!
> Sorry I haven't really posted...been busy playing Resident Evil
>4. Why in the world didn't I play this before?!...it's
>awesome....minus the script...not 100% deaf friendly. Luckily
>someone on GameFAQ did a Game Script because his girlfriend was
> Well...I thought of accessibility when I saw this.
> It may look silly to majority of people and the butt of jokes
>on GameSpot, but I think it's a niffy device for those who doesn't
>have arms, or unable to use their arms for whatever reason. The
>only problem I have is, it could cause more damage to the neck.
> Secondly....I got a book for being the top student in my Game
>Design class (with 3, 100% tests, how could I not be? :-D ), called,
>"Game Project Management" by John Hight and Jeannie Novak...when I
>opened it, without flipping through the pages, it opened to page 77,
>I swear, and our lovely, Michelle Hinn was featured! That was pretty
> Tell me, and forgive me for asking...what is Michelle's
>disability? Is she deaf like me? That would totally rock my world to
>meet a deaf game designer. :-D
>T'care everyone and keep gaming!
>DJ aka Lady Sekhmet
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