Thanks, and thanks for checking out my site.
Yeah, text based games were the first and only accessible games for us for a
very long time. Like the Infocom text adventure games and all of the BBS door
games and the like. That is one reason that it is so fun to be able to write
and play live action audio games. Even just simple ones like Pong were
revolutionary for blind accessible games. But I believe that Shades of Doom
was the first true live action accessible audio game.
Kitchen's Inc, for games that are up to 110 percent funner to play.
Chardon Ohio USA
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