*quote thomas ward*
One game that might help you and the developer of this game is an accessible
game called Sudo-San. It is written in Flash, is played on
the web, is simple, and can be found at http://www.audiogames.net/playcenter/
and could be a good starting place for looking into developing browser based
games for the blind and sighted.
Just want to note that Sudo-San was developed using Director (and needs the
Shockwave plugin) instead of Flash (which uses the Flash plugin). Same goes for
The Curb Game (http://www.audiogames.net/thecurbgame/) and Ratjeprak
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