[games_access] My Football Game - And they said it could not be done.
ioo at ablegamers.com
Mon Oct 19 07:04:59 EDT 2009
Yes it can be used for rehab. I gave you the link to vtree so you can
go and learn about then. They also make software to teach people how
to use their wheelchairs and such.
It is a great game, a true breakthrough
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On Oct 19, 2009, at 4:57 AM, "Sandra Uhling" <sandra_uhling at web.de>
> Hi Marc,
> wow that sounds good.
> Can this game be used in rehabilitation?
> Is there a demo or do people have to buy it, to try it out?
> The article:
> Maybe additional information about VTree LLC would be great.
> So it can be better understood.
> Best regards,
>> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>> Von: games_access-bounces at igda.org [mailto:games_access-
>> bounces at igda.org] Im Auftrag von Mark Barlet
>> Gesendet: Sonntag, 18. Oktober 2009 23:41
>> An: IGDA Games Accessibility SIG Mailing List
>> Betreff: [games_access] My Football Game - And they said it could not
>> be done.
>> Hello All,
>> AbleGamers just did a write up of a game called "My Football Game" -
>> It is a very very high quality game from a group called VTree LLC,
>> partnered with EA SPROTS to use the football eng to make a Football
>> game that is designed from the start for congestive disabilities and
>> sever physical disabilities. I would highly recommend that people go
>> give this story a read, and check out the game.
>> Here is a link to the story we did
>> And here is a link the games website
>> Here is what they say about the game.
>> VTree™ LLC is a leader in developing special needs software and
>> assistive technology. Developing exciting and authentic videogame
>> action that promotes confidence and enhances social interaction is
>> mission. We design customizable games especially for those who are
>> challenged by cognitive and/or physical disabilities.
>> VTree’s games are adaptable, accessible and—most important—
>> FUN! Our
>> games can be manipulated to match the player’s level of competency
>> . As
>> certain skills are mastered, the games become more challenging,
>> allowing the player to experience success at each level.
>> Our dream is to promote inclusive participation in community life for
>> people with special needs. VTree’s games are not just fun. They en
>> personal satisfaction and self-confidence and can be used as
>> to open doors to other new experiences.
>> Mark C. Barlet
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