HOW WE ARE CHANGING LIVES
Imagine a world where your disability does not define who you are, where you can be anything you want to be.
That us what video games allow for people with disabilities, to be anything, to run, jump, and fly. Here is the latest successes.
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Video Gamers give everyone a chance to have fun, for people with disabilities the chance to do something that everyone else is doing is rare. Help us make more smiles today.
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Discoverability is an ongoing issue across the video games industry and I hope to do whatever I can to help Mark, Steve, and the rest of the AbleGamers community spread the word about their message to provide hope and happiness to gamers with disabilities.
Andrea Rene, Video Game Lover, Entertainment Geek
I’ve learned that often very small additions or changes to a game can make the difference between a game being comfortable and unplayable, and often the deciding factor is whether the developer is aware of the impact of those changes. As such, I am very excited to support AbleGamers’ efforts to reach out to developers with information about disabilities, and offer support in making their hard work accessible to so many more people excited to play games.
Rami Ismail (Vlambeer), Independent Game Developer
AbleGamers already have the passion, drive and ambition to fulfill any goals they set their mind to. With my business & industry expertise I’m hoping we can dream even bigger, reach higher and get there quicker.
Susana Meza Graham, COO Paradox Entertainment
I think that technology has the ability, when used in the right direction, to change the world. AbleGamers understands that, and helps video games and the technology surrounding video games to help make lives better, and I’m happy to be a small part of the good that they do.
Chuck Wendig, Author, comic book writer, screenwriter, and blogger
AbleGamers is an amazing group of people supporting other gamers. Headed by Mark Barlet and Steven Spohn, passionate advocates and able gamers!
Kurt Yeager, Actor, Director and Amputee
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