Very true. Most card games even your poker games use scanned images of playing cards. The rule of thumb is if the developer doesn't have a physical disability he or she isn't going to give a second thought to accessibility unless someone can convince them otherwise. The sad truth is a lot of sighted people aren't even aware a blind person can operate a computer let alone play games.

Shadow Dragon wrote:
All the trading card games sims I've found have been rather heavily flash or java based, and very obviously graphical. A lot of them are built with direct immage scans so its highly unlike that unless it was done with spacific intent for the blind that anyone would program in text versions of all the cards since the cards text could be read directly from the immage. I'd love to find an online accessible trading card game though, but I think it'll have to be created rather than found.

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