Yeah, I realize being produced by APH they are primarily designed for
schools and school age children, but I still think games like Termite
torpedo are overly priced compared to what else is on the market.
There are several other games out here that is as good as and even
better than Termite torpedo for less.
As for Toodle Tiles I don't think I've ever played that one
personally. As far as I know it is the only accessible Mahjong game on
the market right now. So That one might be worth paying for just to
acquire it but most of the others I wouldn't give a dime for. My
personal opinion of course.
On 1/23/11, Phil Vlasak <p...@pcsgames.net> wrote:
> Hi Thomas,
> The games from APH are designed to be purchased by sighted teachers for
> blind and visually impaired children.
> They all have large print graphics.
> Larry Skutchan is the head of development and being totally blind he is
> aware of the range of games for the blind as he purchased all of PCS earlier
> DOS games.
> Unfortunately he has to have the game concepts accepted by a board of
> advisers who probably reduced the challenge in the game concepts to make
> them easier to play for young children.
> I had fun playing Toodle Tiles, Based on the ancient game of Mahjong
> And Talking Word Puzzles is very challenging.
> It is an accessible crossword puzzle game.
> The others, Armadillo Army, Termite torpedo, and Hurry Scurry
> I wouldn't buy as they are too easy.
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