yesterday i was looking over the copy right law and what i found out
was that if someone wanted to adapt a movie or game or text for the
blind they can. the only way you can do that is by not selling the
items or changing them. for exsample pac man talk is an audio version
of the same arcade game but it has been adapted for the blind. if
someone also wanted to make an audio version of a game they can they
can't sell it because it break the law. so if someone wanted to make
an audio game of a star wars game that is already out their they can
they would not be able to change the game the only thing they can do is
fix it up for total blind people to be able to play and get the full
feel. i have notice that some of you on the list have said that their
are games they would like to make an audio version of. so with the
info i justave you can. look up the copy right law sometime.
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