To make an attempt to get back to the subject line's indicated topic, I remember a walk through of Shades of Doom being produced. There were two parts to it. A lot of time and effort was put into it, but it was not very readable due to spelling and a lack of punctuation. That was my first encounter with a walk through. I have heard some audio walk throughs, but they didn't explain what was going on, which is what I always thought a walk through would do; sort of like like a movie with descriptive narration. Then again, there were some very good walk throughs of Lone Wolf, Shades of Doom, and Super Liam, and there may have been others game reviews created by one of the members of this group.

If you think you're finished, you! really! are! finished!!
-----Original Message----- From: Lenron
Sent: Tuesday, February 13, 2018 7:03 AM
Subject: Re: Mac, was: Re: [blind-gamers] audio game walkthroughs

If I could get a vm for win 7 up and running my mac would be an idea
travel computer.

On 2/12/18, Appleman <> wrote:
I also love my Mac and still use it for some things, but one of the reasons
why I came back to Windows was because of the lack of games available for
the Mac. While it is true I could have used Bootcamp on my Mac, I personally
didn’t feel comfortable about doing this. Time and again I was reading the
news about new audio games and a lot of the time I was bitterly disappointed
because they weren’t available for the Mac.

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From: Maria and Joe Chapman
Sent: Monday, 12 February 2018 3:14 PM
Subject: Re: Mac, was: Re: [blind-gamers] audio game walkthroughs

I agree.

And recently there have been some games developed for the mac.  Do I wish
there were more? Of course, but there are more games now than there were
when I first got my mac.


On 12 Feb 2018, at 3:07 pm, Devin Prater <> wrote:

My Mac delights me every day I use it. It’s not perfect, of course. Braille on all Apple products isn’t the best it could be, but it can be used still.
Devin Prater
Assistive Technology Instructor

, Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, and Powerpoint instructor certified by
World Services for the Blind

On Feb 11, 2018, at 9:26 PM, Katie Epperson via Groups.Io
<> wrote:

My Mac is awesome

On Feb 11, 2018, at 6:38 PM, Tobias Vinteus <> wrote:

I've been considering getting a Mac for my next computer when this one makes
its spontaneous retirement. The primary reason is that you seem to be able
to get the best of all worlds. In adition to running MacOS, you can run
Windows via Bootcamp. It won't surprise me if you can run Linux as well.
Another reason is music software. I don't know the current status of
MIDI/Digitil Audio stuff on Windows nowadays. The old version of Sonar
Cakewalk/Caketalking is aparantely a little unstable under Windows 10. I
heard of some othe rpackage called Samplitude, although I don't know much
more about it apart from the name. Music on the Mac, on the other hand,
seems to be a totally different story when it comes to screen reader
accessibility, even though it aparently have had its ups and downs too.

On Mon, 12 Feb 2018, Damien Garwood wrote:

Being totally blind from birth, I've never touched a mouse, and I hope I
would never need to. Mice (mouses? mice? that just sounds weird!) were
unusable by the blind at the time when I was taught computers, hence the
reason I could never really play Swamp or RailRacer, let alone think about
complete system navigation with it. Not only that but my coordination and
spatial awareness isn't all that great. If I can't use a touchscreen then
I've no chance of using a mouse.
-----Original Message----- From: Jude DaShiell
Sent: Monday, February 12, 2018 12:00 AM
Subject: Re: [blind-gamers] audio game walkthroughs

Windows users just think mac operating system is hard until they start
playing with the mouse then they learn different quickly.  Now, mac on
the command line interface, that's a different operating system and
needs study.

On Sun, 11 Feb 2018, Damien Garwood wrote:

Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2018 17:49:44
From: Damien Garwood <>
Subject: Re: [blind-gamers] audio game walkthroughs
That may well be your opinion. I know a lot of people who are Mac lovers,
and they are certainly well advertised. But for those who are brought up and
taught around Windows, learning a whole new operating system is like
learning how to live on another planet. You may as well lose your legs, get
wooden ones and learn how to walk all over again. I had to sell my Mac
because I couldn't figure for the life of me how to use it.
-----Original Message----- From: Katie Epperson via Groups.Io
Sent: Sunday, February 11, 2018 10:43 PM
Subject: Re: [blind-gamers] audio game walkthroughs
That, my friend, is why you should get a Mac. They don?t eat your stuff most
of the time

On Feb 11, 2018, at 2:33 PM, lori duncan <> wrote:

Hi I was wondering if someone could send me the link to the website which
had all the audio game recordings, including the ones from I
had it until my system got wiped by a stupid microsoft update, and now I
can't remember the webb address.

Thanks from Lori.


Lenron Brown
Cell: 985-271-2832
Skype: ron.brown762

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