[games_access] EIGA Award - Category "Game Accessibility"? (Sandra Uhling)
j.chetwynd at btinternet.com
Tue May 1 03:24:16 EDT 2012
in part the difficulty is one of language,
http://www.peepo.com hosts a highly innovative Go game,
the innovation is partly the technology,
which being HTML5 follows web accessibility guidelines.
but also the graphical advice during play,
comments, hints and maps such as
monte-carlo risk analysis of territory are presented in real time,
as an aid to learning.
However the game of Go itself is 2500 years old,
so is this what the organisers desire?
On 27 Apr 2012, at 21:23, Sandra Uhling wrote:
> looks like there is no one who is interested ...
> That is bad ...
> Best regards,
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> Betreff: Re: [games_access] EIGA Award - Category "Game
> (Sandra Uhling)
> I'd also recommend speaking to organisations to get their support,
> Ablegamers has obviosuly had some success with their GOTY award but
> I assume
> not them as they're US and this is a Euro award, but a sponsor for the
> category would be very useful.
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>> Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2012 13:01:57 +0200
>> From: "Sandra Uhling" <sandra_uhling at web.de>
>> Subject: [games_access] EIGA Award - Category "Game Accessibility"?
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>> There are lots of accessible Games that are amazing. But it can be
>> Difficult to take part without a special category for Game
>> I would like to make a list with companies that would like to take
>> part and wish for a special "Game Accessibility" category.
>> Unfortunately the participation information are not available at the
>> It is an award for European companies that developed a game
>> They are open also for "exotic" games and ideas.
>> The last years it was possible to send in a meaningful video.
>> Best regards,
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jay at peepo.com
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