I have posted a similar message on Audiogames.net and Dark there also
suggested I post here.
I'm new to accessible games so please bear with me. I work on the
webteam at the UK charity Action for Blind People and I would like to
start promoting accessible games through our site.
As a starter I thought it would be a good idea to post a 'Top 5 Games
this Christmas' list which I would like to develop further in the New
Year possibly with reviews but more likely with promotion of and links
to AudioGames.net and Audyssey.org and their users.
I'm not entirely sure how it might work if we don't have a definitive
list to vote on to begin with. So with Dark's help I thought maybe we
could run a submissions form on the Action for Blind People website
where everybody could submit their favourite games by interface type;
* Text based
* 3D Audio game
* 2D Audio game
Interface type is for simplicity reasons. At the moment I don't know
enough about the games to be getting involved in genre listings and
would like to keep it simple this time round. Maybe we could look to
develop this in the New Year. After a week of submissions I will count
them up and put the top games up in each category for a public vote from
which we would have a 'Top Games this Christmas' winners list
Slightly crude I know but it would be a start. I don't think the polling
system we have on the Action site is sophisticated enough to run a
proper poll with a number of lists but I will investigate further.
Any suggestions or help greatly appreciated.
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