Hi John,

Thanks for listing AudioGames.net again this year! I would like to add some comments though...


1) Platforms: Windows. >>> actually, we include ALL platforms - hence our listings of more experimental games like Demor but also Nintendo DS games like Sound Voyager.
2) AudioGames.net was founded in 2002, not 2003.
3) You forgot to mention that - similar to PCS Games - AudioGames.net also links to A BIG LIST of free games that cannot be found anywhere else. This includes three exclusive Playcenter Games: Drive (Sneller), The Curb Game and Sudo-San, as well is NO LESS than 42 ! Indie audio games - all available through The Experimental Audio Games Section (http://www.audiogames.net/playcenter/index_exp.php). We not only link to these games, we also host them! 4) Categories: Community, Games, Information, Reviews, Help. >>> don't know if this falls under the "information" category, but we are one of the very few websites out there to list (in an annotated fashion) academic-related material about audio games, such as academic papers, articles, etc. (including inaccessible material made accessible). This may not seem like a big deal, but actually our Resources page (http://www.audiogames.net/page.php?pagefile=articles) has ended up in various important publications - something of which I'm personally quite proud of. 5) You forgot to mention that we also host MOD downloads to various games (http://audiogames.net/page.php?pagefile=mods) . 6) The audio reviews are not ours (may seem like that how you list it), we only provide a list of links to audio reviews on other websites.

I would appreciate it if you update your information.

Thanks!

Richard




----- Original Message ----- From: "John Bannick" <jbann...@7128.com>
To: <gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Friday, February 13, 2009 11:15 AM
Subject: [Audyssey] Top 25 Web Sites for Gamers who are Blind


Audyssey Folks,

We've just released our third annual Top 25 Web Sites for Gamers who are
Blind.

Some new sites, particularly for Macintosh users, some sites went away, boo.

Some sites moved up or down.

We also added lists for gamers who are motion-impaired and gamers who are
deaf.

The interesting thing is that there are 25 top sites for blind-accessible
games, but only 20 motion-impaired and 10 top deaf sites.

BTW. The site I personally hit most often is audyssey.org. Maybe because
I'm a coder more than a player. Probably because our cast of characters
here reminds me of the lunatics I hang out with.

In any event, the lists are at www.7128.com

John Bannick
CTO
7-128 Software



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