to everyone who's planning on giving this a try I'll offer some advice. 

first, you need a screen reading curser that can emulate mouse actions, so the 
dolphin curser for hal, jaws curser or I believe window eyes curser is needed. 

To anyone who's played smugglers 4, things should then be familiar interface 
wise (and to anyone who hasn't played smugglers 4, try it, it's fun!).

First off, activate blind compatibility mode. The game begins with tutorial 
text on the screen, and you'll need to minimize that to get to the blind 
compatibility mode button (you need to minimize the tutorial text each time 

Then, on the first screen to choose scenario and such, you have a number of 
written choices with next/previous below them and a continue button at the 

Then, you'll be in the office menue, and can click stuff to open other in game 

You'll need to drag&tv programs into the various fields for adds and such, I'm 
not sure how this is done in other screen readers, but for hal in virtual 
focus, it's right ctrl home to pick up something to drag, right ctrl end to 

As to the game in general, it's a litle like a card game, where you need to buy 
movies, and series and select news items to get certain quantities of audience 
watching your tv channel, then select adds for that sort of audience, which 
then make you more cash. 

The compatibility mode isn't finished as yet, but it almost is, so people 
should probably give this, ---- along with the two smugglers space adventure 
and trade games, a try. 

Beware the Grue! 

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