Hello,

That is not necessarily true. According to many posts on the accesible Iphone lists, there are several games which are accessible enough to play. All of the Stormaid (not sure of spelling) games are accessible. They sound like role-playing type games. There are also easy games which require you to move your Iphone around like a WII controller such as pingpong.


As I do not yet have an Iphone, I cannot attest first-hand to the games or their accessibility, but others say they are. If you go to
www.maccessibility.net
to find info about programs which have been reported by blind users as being Voice over accessible on the Iphone.

David Chittenden, MSc, CRC, MRCAA
Email: dchitten...@gmail.com



william lomas wrote:
not many games though apart from basic word games etc from what i gather

On 1 Jan 2010, at 12:35, Harmony Neil wrote:

Not sure, but I know there are quite a few applications in general that are
already accessible with voice over on the iphone.



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