[games_access] Game Accessibility Info Package - Our Definition of Game Accessibility

thomas at pininteractive.com thomas at pininteractive.com
Tue Jul 27 14:31:01 EDT 2010


I would redefine this way; In certain contexts anyone can be disabled or abled. Game accessibility is about adapting the environment to fit individual needs, such as being able to see, hear, grasp, understand or in other ways interact with a computer game.

Kind regards,
Thomas

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On 27 jul 2010, at 19:20, Sandra Uhling <sandra_uhling at web.de> wrote:


> Hello,

>

> It would be great, to update the "old" definition. I could do it myself.

> But I prefer to decide this with you all. I do prefer when we all use the

> same definition.

>

> # Old version:

> "Game Accessibility can be defined as the ability to play a game even when

> functioning under limiting conditions.

> Limiting conditions can be functional limitations, or disabilities - such as

> blindness, deafness, or mobility limitations." IGDA GA-SIG

>

> # added cognitive

> "Game Accessibility can be defined as the ability to play a game even when

> functioning under limiting conditions.

> Limiting conditions can be functional limitations, or disabilities - such as

> blindness, deafness, mobility or cognitive limitations." IGDA GA-SIG

>

> Depending on the categories, we maybe have to change this. But I do not know

> how to add "speech" and silver gaming.

>

>

>

> # Some possible adds: [description is still very bad]

> [I would like to point out that non-disabled gamers can sometimes be limited

> too.

> And that there are more "groups"/type of gamers who benefit of it: busy

> gamer, silver gamer, beginner.

> Additional I think it is important that it can enhance the usability and

> sometimes hardcore gamers benefit too.]

>

> This includes also non-disabled gamer, who can also sometimes be limited to

> play a game.

>

> GA is for people with a disability, but with GA you support all gamers up to

> hardcore gamers. Sometimes also hardcore gamers benefit of it.

>

> Best regards,

> Sandra

>

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