Re: [Audyssey] converting games

2009-09-08 Thread Ken
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] converting games Michael, Weather an accessible developer decides to sell the game or not it is still illegal. It is called copyright infringement regardless if the developer sells it, makes it open source, whatever. That makes it a potential risk for any developer who tries

Re: [Audyssey] converting games

2009-09-07 Thread Allison Mervis
It doesn't matter if you're not going to sell it. It's still copyright infringement if you modify it. Allison http://www.allisonmervis.com/ - Original Message - From: michael barnes c...@samobile.net To: gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Monday, September 07, 2009 3:50 PM Subject: [Audyssey]

Re: [Audyssey] converting games

2009-09-07 Thread Thomas Ward
Michael, Weather an accessible developer decides to sell the game or not it is still illegal. It is called copyright infringement regardless if the developer sells it, makes it open source, whatever. That makes it a potential risk for any developer who tries it. None of us are completely

Re: [Audyssey] converting games

2009-09-07 Thread Bryan Peterson
It's still illegal even if you don't charge for it. If you don't get sued you'd probably get handed a cease and desist letter. Face it Michael, if you want to play the game you're just going to have to tough it out. Homer: Hey, uh, could you go across the street and get me a slice of pizza?

Re: [Audyssey] converting games

2009-09-07 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi, Either that or he needs to learn to program so he can create is own accessible version. I know this sounds harsh, but there comes a time when we all need to face reality and know our limits. I for one am not willing to put a year or two of my time on the line to create a game I may or may

Re: [Audyssey] converting games

2009-09-07 Thread Clement Chou
Thanks Brian... I was going to say that. If a fighting game is what you want to play, then you're going to have to ask for help with the menus... this list is a good place to ask, since most people can usually find out. But Brian's right. Face it.. fighting games weren't made with the blind

Re: [Audyssey] converting games

2009-09-07 Thread Clement Chou
: Re: [Audyssey] converting games Hi, Either that or he needs to learn to program so he can create is own accessible version. I know this sounds harsh, but there comes a time when we all need to face reality and know our limits. I for one am not willing to put a year or two of my time

Re: [Audyssey] converting games

2009-09-07 Thread shaun everiss
well if this guy does do his own stuff and it is as good as he thinks then I'll bite. At 10:29 a.m. 8/09/2009, you wrote: Hi, Either that or he needs to learn to program so he can create is own accessible version. I know this sounds harsh, but there comes a time when we all need to face reality

Re: [Audyssey] converting games

2009-09-07 Thread Bryan Peterson
gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Monday, September 07, 2009 7:00 PM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] converting games Thanks Brian... I was going to say that. If a fighting game is what you want to play, then you're going to have to ask for help with the menus... this list is a good place to ask, since most people

Re: [Audyssey] converting games

2009-09-07 Thread Clement Chou
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] converting games Games in general weren't made with the blind in mind, not just fighting games. Homer: Hey, uh, could you go across the street and get me a slice of pizza? Vender: No pizza. Only Khlav Kalash. - Original Message - From: Clement Chou chou.clem