Leveling the Playing Field

Friday, May 21, 2010


On ablegamers.com, video games are rated not only for how much fun they are to play, but by how accessible they are to those with mobility, visual or hearing impairments. Mark Barlet, the site founder and host of the upcoming Game Accessibility Day, explains why game companies should reach out to the disabled.

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Josh Mortensen from Copenhagen, DK

God bless you OTM. Listening to your show while, literally, clicking through hundreds of flash games and scrolling through Steam trying to find games that my son with SMA can use. I have been trying to find a site like this for years... Would never have guessed my favorite radio program could help solve this problem. You guys are the best.

May. 22 2010 05:32 AM

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