[games_access] Ideas for accessible mobile games
Brandon Keith Biggs
brandonkeithbiggs at gmail.com
Fri Oct 7 01:23:44 EDT 2016
would be the best place to ask this question (for blind gamers).
But I don't think the market has had too many Android games for blind users
(probably because of the lag in accessibility of Android devices). But
maybe something for the new Android device:
that a massive amount of blind users are now getting would be a good idea.
In general blind users are missing 2d platformers on mobile and we are
always looking for dungeon crawlers. But the most in demand is MMO RPGs.
there is none, to my knowledge, that blind people can play. (You said non
Brandon Keith Biggs <http://brandonkeithbiggs.com/>
On Thu, Oct 6, 2016 at 3:09 PM, Krzysztof Dobosz <Krzysztof.Dobosz at polsl.pl>
> in the frame of my work at the university, I give course about mobile
> games development. In the practical part, next week I am going to start
> about 15 short-term (three months) student projects. The goal of each is to
> develop a small mobile game for Android OS, which will be fully accessible
> for blind users. So, I am looking for ideas for smart, fun, nontrivial
> games. I will be grateful for any assistance (topics, short descriptions,
> something what blind users want to play, etc.). Results (successfully
> developed applications) will be available for free.
> kindly regards
> Krzysztof Dobosz
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