I think frogger would be no issue as its arcade but anything else.
Soundrts is another type, its a straight clone of warcraft, at least the 
concept is coppied.
no new releases have come out since april though.
At 04:55 a.m. 10/08/2009, you wrote:
>All great ideas, but they would have to tread extremely carefully in order to 
>avoid the sort of legal trouble THomas Ward almost had with some of his 
>projects. I agree with the idea of a Frogger game. As for Zelda and Final 
>Fantasy, I have a feeling both are beyond the scope of what most audio game 
>makers are able or willing to try. THe closest thing we have to that is 
>Entombed from Blind-Games.com, and that's still very much in its early stages. 
>The closest thing we have to Mario Brothers was developed by Dragon Slayer 
>Games, and I must say it's not worth the time to play it, mainly due to some 
>technical issues and some extremely odd controls. Personally I'd like to see 
>an audio Castlevania style game. Maybe it might be time for me to check out 
>some of those programming resources Thomas Ward mentioned a while back...
>You have acquired the skill of Weaponry Theremin.
>Your current level of mastery is 10 Apprentice.
>----- Original Message ----- From: "michael barnes" <c...@samobile.net>
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>Subject: [Audyssey] making old video games audio games
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>
>>i'm not a game maker but i do have some great ideal for some audio games that 
>>would be cool to play to start with i lost my sight this past october and so 
>>i miss playing video games that why i love jim kitchens games and others 
>>audio games here is two ideal the first one is could someone make a frogger 
>>game like the one on atari and a super mario brothers game like the one on 
>>the nintendo one more that alot of people would play is mortal kombat now 
>>that would be cool to play those games again that is if someone that makes 
>>game would make it another two games the legend of zelda and final fanatsy 
>>and sonic the hedghog
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