Hi Charles,
Your guess is as good as mine. I imagine the agencies are primarily focussed on work and business so devote all of their funding and interests into that endever. They see what they do, trying to get blind people employed by giving them computers for work in school, is more important than telling their clients that developer x has a few accessible games to play. They could, for example, put some free games on the system like Jim Kitchens Casino, Life, Monopoly, Hangman, whatever as a start, but they won't because it doesn't have anything to do with their business software only computers.


Charles Rivard wrote:
Sighted people have games on their computers, and those games are played. That's why gaming is such a big industry. For the sighted computer user, a computer is not a work only device. Why on earth should this not be so for the blind computer user? Windows comes with free games, even. Isn't this a clue for agencies who buy computers for blind people? Duh??
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