[games_access] Was: timing, sound information (prince of persia Now: Other Potential "Disabilities"

Sandra Uhling sandra_uhling at web.de
Fri Mar 19 17:05:55 EDT 2010


Hi Thomas,
wow I would love to see your presentation.
Do you have a short version, summary?

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I'm going to present a paper at CGAT in Singapore in April where I have got 500 replies from gamers in general (approx 10% disabled, 90% non disabled) which indicates the potential for GA for a much wider audience


Kind regards,

Thomas

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On 16 mar 2010, at 07.10, "Sheri Rubin" <sheri at designdirectdeliver.com> wrote:



This thread reminds me...

Do you guys do any work, have any resources, etc. for gamers who aren't typically 'disabled' except when it comes to certain games? E.g. there is a decent population of gamers who can't play FPS games or even watch others play FPS games because it makes them motion sick?

Sheri

D. Michelle Hinn wrote:

Hey Sandra!

I agree -- game accessibility is not just for those with disabilities -- so many things help improve the gaming experience for all! Thanks for your thoughts on Prince of Persia!!

Michelle




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