About the only game that fits your description would be Entombed.
Entombed is an accessible RPG game along the lines of Dungeons and
Dragons. You start out with one main character and his/her pet, and
from there you rescue other party members which you can control. If
you have powers you can also create zombies and other monsters to
fight on your side. I've had some really interesting battles with the
Drake and other powerful bosses in the game.
On 2/11/11, Frost <znvyyv...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I was just wondering about some of the games for the blind out
> there, and whether they used game strategies like Final Fantasy 7, where
> you could 1) Get the Yuffie character to join the party, 2) get the
> Morph Materia, 3) go down into the submarine and start morphing all the
> monsters into Stat Enhancers, so you could raise the party's stats to
> 255 across the board and really kick some monster butt, like Ruby
> I once spent a good 6 days in that stewpid submarine, morphing
> monsters and feeding them to characters between battles, so I could go
> fight the most powerful monster in the game, the Ruby Dragon. I loaded
> myself down with Counter-Attack materia and Goat Dolls (to ressurect the
> player in case they got killed), and spent a full hour and 45 minutes
> fighting that stewpid dragon until I finally killed the thing. Loved
> every minute of it.
> Anyway, I was wondering if any of the games for the vlind have
> those kind of combat strategies available in their play. I love killing
> time with a good RPG or Role Playing Game) like Square's Final Fantasy
> Aside from world exploration and exceptional storylines, are
> there any good RPGs out there that are accessible enough to complete, or
> have been written exclusively for the blind? I'm looking for a really
> good RPG to play.
> PS: Got Audio Quake werkin, but still have yet to figure out what
> command line parameters to use to keep the stewpid thing from playing a
> networked game. I want to use the god cheat code so I can practice
> exploring and target locking on monsters without having to start all
> over again and again, and again, and again. If anyone remembers the
> dumb command line parameters to begin a normal Audio Quake game without
> all the "connect to some server" crap, I'd really appreciate it.
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