Hi John,
From my games list, I can think of two,
First is, Marco Steinebach and Andrea Mackowiak's Mardy-Productions.
Home of Mississippi.
It is a trading simulation which starts in 1770 in the wild west of America.
Your American uncle has died and bequeaths you all his properties, so you decide to leave your home and emigrate to the new world. You buy and sell goods, build kontors, your branch offices in several towns, build wagons, and earn money.
If you are good enough, you will become president of America.
But, as in real life, you get good and bad news, some for yourself, some for all players. E.g. you can win a lot of money, or all your wagons can not leave the Headquarters for a round.
You can play the game with 5 blind or sighted people together.
There is music, and most of the news is spoken. The game itself is not self-voicing, so you need a screen reader to play.
The game is shareware, so you can test it for yourself.
In the Demo version you can play all functions except some games in the casino for four years until 1775 when the demo ends.
In the full version you can play until 1820.
In the setup, you can select between english and german languages.

The second game is,
Jean-Luc Pontico's Sound RTS.
Now in 1.0 beta 9 version, a Sound Real Time Strategy audio game with an English translation from the French original.
Inspired by Warcraft,a fantasy battle game.
You are the general of an army, commanding peasants, foot soldiers, knights, archers, catapults, mages, and dragons against enemy forces.
you can play alone, or in a multiplayer online game.

this game is a free beta and is not recommended to people under 13.



----- Original Message ----- From: "John Bannick" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Subject: [Audyssey] World Building Games


Folks,

What blind-accessible world-building games do you like?

To what degree is Civilization blind-accessible?

Reason I ask is that the mom of a blind kid asked me if our company has
one of those. And we don't. So I told her I'd ask the experts and point
her at one.

Probably there's one that everyone but me knows about.

Thanks,

John Bannick
www.7128.com




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