Hi Milos,
There is quite a range in the quality of graphics on a computer screen.
For example,
The graphics that is in the GMA game engine and is used in Shades of Doom is the equivalent of Morris code or the sound the PC speaker used to make.
It makes beeps that rise and lower in pitch.
Not much information and easy to program.
The graphics in card games is like the sound you get from short wave radios. It is fuzzy and in mono and not much frequency range.
Then there is the graphics in today's games for the sighted.
This is like having 5.1 surround sound playing with a full orchestra in CD quality. It takes lots more effort to play that sound and many people to play all those instruments.


So in conclusion, it could be done but it would take years and even longer to do the graphics if done by a blind person. And if we could hire a sighted graphic person, it would still take years to do, and the priced to hire them would make the game too expensive. So unless some game company or graphic designer decides to give free help, I don't think it will be done. On the other hand, some sighted game companies might add features that would make their games playable by the blind, either by accident or design.
Phil


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