Hey, Thomas.
The reason someone should keep making games for the blind is because if you and others don't do it then nobody will. I do have to say that I am glad people like Jim who does kitchensinc.net games do it for the enjoyment of making people happy to be able to play games without sight. I do know that sometimes when a person gets a job or have a family they can't take alot of time to work on games. But if they was to set aside time to make games for the blind then I know it can be done. People know that when they make a game for the blind there is no money init so why quit. Once again I have enjoy playing accessible games for the blind since I no longer can play video games that are not accessible. Since I lost my sight two years ago I thought that my games playing days was over until Jim Kitchens show me the audyssey list then I learn about all types of games I can play. I do myself have a mac but I still lean on the windows for games and other type of things.


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