Hi Harmony,
Definitely. Adding graphics is a huge time and expense most VI game
developers could afford. Plus graphics programming requires a lot of
mathematical skill. If someone isn't very good at geometry, trig, and
calculus you can pretty much forget doing any kind of graphics
programming. To say nothing of the fact someone needs to actually draw
the images etc that are to be rendered on screen etc. Even when
someone such as myself has the skill I don't necessarily have the
extra time it takes to do a full blown vidio game justice.

On 10/18/10, Harmony Neil <harmon...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> I like the idea of using sound and graphics, so the games can be played by
> everyone, whether they are blind or sighted.  The problem is though that
> games can be hard to make when you start including both sound and graphics.
> Audio games are pretty easy to make, but you've got more work to do with
> making the graphics move and stuff.

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