I think my earlier response to your message must have gotten lost--my
responses to other people on this list have finally shown up, but not
this one. Odd. Maybe I replied using the wrong email address. Well,
here it is again.
Great, I'm looking forward to hearing about your experience! The
complete game rules are available online via HTML, or as a downloadable
PDF file--is one of these forms easier to read than the other? It
occurs to me now that neither form is available via the email interface,
but I could correct this. I could also provide it as a single one-page
HTML file, and I could probably convert it to plain text as well.
As to how I came to this list, well, I did seek it out. I was listing
the features of RSW that make it uniquely different from all of the
other free games on the web, and one of them that came to mind was its
(at least theoretical) accessibility due to its nature.
On 7/22/64 11:59 AM, Zachary Kline wrote:
I've just signed up for my first game. I'm eager to see how it turns out, and
will pass along any accessibility suggestions if I feel they're warranted.
This sort of game is right up my alley, so I'm looking forward to the challenge.
Out of interest, how did you stumble upon this list? It's rare for sighted
people to pop up out of the woodwork, as it were.
All the best,
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