I don't really think it does, as the america printing house is maybe something for the blind. If they sell games, probably something like card games or the bundjer. Oh, I think that was discontinued. Though, I really loved it, wished they made a new release of it. Maybe the America printing house for the blind is something like a fund for brail books, brail notes and new devices like brailnotes and new phones or something. Just like RNIB.
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Not to be funny, but does American printing house really count as a game developer?

I just ask, because they don't seem to have produced any games in years, and in fact I've never managed to get their games to work at all on any machine I've tried them on (one reason why armadillow army has no description on audiogames.net, ---- then it doesn't actually seem that their games are really intended for adults or serious game players anyway, ---- it rather struck me from the descriptions that they seemed more education orientated and simplified and thus aimed very much at kids.

Beware the grue!

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----- Original Message ----- From: "Phil Vlasak" <p...@pcsgames.net>
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Hi Folks,
The only two accessible game companies that I know have offices are,
Paul Silva, Jeremie Spitzer, and Tim Keenan's All inPlay.
Larry Skutchan's American Printing House for the Blind, with work by Elaine Kitchel, Rob Meredith, Rodger Smith, and John Hedges.


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