[games_access] Was: timing, sound information (prince of persia Now: Other Potential "Disabilities"
sherylflynn at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 19 21:32:06 EDT 2010
Hey Tom, I'm wondering if you would be willing to forward this survey to some of those people. The survey is exploring the use of video games for rehabilitation here is the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JL6SF5S
Thanks a million!!!
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From: "thomas at pininteractive.com" <thomas at pininteractive.com>
To: IGDA Games Accessibility SIG Mailing List <games_access at igda.org>
Sent: Fri, March 19, 2010 1:54:29 PM
Subject: Re: [games_access] Was: timing, sound information (prince of persia Now: Other Potential "Disabilities"
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
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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?
>>D. Michelle Hinn wrote:
>>>>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!!
>>Founder and CEO
>Design Direct Deliver
>>Email: sheri at designdirectdeliver.com
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