21 Feb
  • By Brian Conklin
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Finding Serenity in Hidden Folks

When the world feels overwhelming, it’s difficult to get back on course. It may be outside influences from the world starting to affect daily life, or maybe it’s just a personally busy time with work and family and all sorts of small tasks keeping oneself from getting proper rest and relaxation. With so much going […]

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13 Feb
  • By Josh Zirl
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New Accessibility Features Make Deathstate Stand Out

I originally purchased Deathstate because one of the top user reviews at the time said that they had contacted the developer (Workinman Interactive) about the limited controls and they added in mouse movement just for him.  To my delight, it turned out that the game itself had the added bonus of being unique, fun, and […]

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03 Feb
  • By AJ Ryan
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Accessibility Analysis of the NES Classic

I love retro games. Despite being born the same year the Atari Jaguar released, I’ve always enjoyed playing games on consoles before my time, such as the NES and Genesis. Even today, I still buy games for many systems released back then. When I saw Nintendo was making a miniature NES, I knew I had […]

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03 Feb
  • By Amy Kneepkens
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Seasons After Fall Arrives with Few Clouds, Cute Foxes

Seasons After Fall is a beautiful platformer where you play a little fox that is trying to gain the power of the four seasons. You must travel to the guardians of the seasons in order to gain their power, and then use this power to progress in the game. This game has beautiful music, a […]

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27 Jan
  • By AJ Ryan
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Thoughts on Accessibility Issues with VR

“In partnership with Lucasfilm ILMxLAB, the Disability Visibility Project™ is conducting an online survey for people with disabilities about VR (virtual reality).” I filled out their survey here at https://disabilityvisibilityproject.com/2017/01/03/vr/, and I encourage anyone that can fill this survey out to please do so. One survey question asked about major accessibility issues with VR. I […]

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17 Jan
  • By Brian Conklin
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She Remembered Caterpillars is Beautifully Accessible

A ‘fungipunk’ fantasy with an intriguing, exotic setting await players in one of the most satisfying puzzlers in years. She Remembered Caterpillars is all about combining adorable little fungus friends, matching colors and shapes to gates and bridges, and finding out what caused the world to get to the state it’s in. The game does […]

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30 Jul
  • By The AbleGamers Team
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Interview with the Alex James Ryan, AbleGamers Fellow

Alex James Ryan (AJ) has always been unique. He grew up playing video games, watching Cartoon Network and Pokémon, normal interests for a boy growing up in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s. Unlike most children, he grew up relying on his feet to do the things a person’s hands normally would. Disabled from birth, […]

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