How much spare time do you have, Michael? Maybe you can make games for the blind, too? I'll tell you that if you have a full time job, it's not just the 40 hours a week you spend at it. I leave at around 7 in the morning, get home at almost 6 at night. Then there's dinner, taking care of some stuff around the house, taking care of the dog guide, some?? time to try dealing with the hundreds of Emails I receive daily, then time for bed. That's 5 days a week. Then there are weekend chores, church, and something usually crops up like going to the grocery store, some yard work during the spring and summer, and then my other half says that I should be spending more time with her.

Creating games for the blind is a long time consuming bit of work, and I don't have the time, even if I did have the knowledge and skill.


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Laughter is the best medicine, so look around, find a dose and take it to heart. ----- Original Message ----- From: "michael barnes" <c...@samobile.net>
To: <gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 12, 2011 2:34 AM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Pipe 3


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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