[Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread Lindsay Cowell
Hi folks, I would like to apologise to any developers I might offend with this message, but are there such things as exciting free games with a lot of action? I ask this as I am on a low income and would like to build up my collection of free games. Lindsay Cowell --- Gamers mailing list __

[Audyssey] thanks to all.

2008-11-02 Thread Lisa Hayes
Hi all, thanks to those who pointe me towards Sarah this is one game I must have. Lisa Hayes skype name, lisa12257 join my chat list subscribe at [EMAIL PROTECTED] --- Gamers mailing list __ Gamers@audyssey.org If you want to leave the list, send E-mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] You can make

Re: [Audyssey] rail racer questions

2008-11-02 Thread Che
Hi, this is Che, the developer of rail racer, sorry for the delayed response, been busy with other stuff the past few weeks. Regarding multi player racing, you are given a list of tracks to race on, once you select a track, it is started on my server and is open for other racers to join.

Re: [Audyssey] fifa 2001

2008-11-02 Thread Angellko21
It is a computer game and I have it already.:) - Original Message - From: jason [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 1:18 AM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] fifa 2001 is this a computer game, or is this used for a gaming system such

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread Lisa Hayes
and they're good games. Lisa Hayes skype name, lisa12257 join my chat list subscribe at [EMAIL PROTECTED] - Original Message - From: Jim Kitchen [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Lindsay Cowell Gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 8:05 PM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games -

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread Michael Feir
Lets not forget about Superdeakout. Dan Zingaro released it as freeware when he went out of business and I can't think of a more action-packed arcade-style free game. Michael Feir Author of Personal Power: How Accessible Computers Can Enhance Personal Life For Blind People 2006-2008

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread dark
Hi. while there are certainly games missing from it, the audiogames.net database is being updated at the moment, and one thing you can do there is search for audiogames by license type. just go to www.audiogames.net and look under the search archive link, then select freeware as the

Re: [Audyssey] Writting monopoly boards.

2008-11-02 Thread Jim Kitchen
Hi Lisa, If you have any trouble with the monopoly board files, just let me know and I will try to help. Also if you like, you can send your new files to me and I can put them up on my web site to share with others. BFN Jim Share and enjoy, share and enjoy! [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Audyssey] Audyssey thread report for October 2008

2008-11-02 Thread Jim Kitchen
Hi Charles, Yeah, there sure was quite a drop from number 1 to number 2. Don't know why but I just have always liked the babble and thread reports from way back when Jack Stein did them for the Blink Talk FidoNet echo list. But seeing how and what games are discussed is sure interesting.

Re: [Audyssey] rail racer questions

2008-11-02 Thread constantine (on laptop)
Hey there Ok, so how do keys work? Say I wanted to get keys for 4 computers- how would I tell you that? And do I have to buy each key seperate? Ah, so when you select a track, that's how players know what to join- they just get a list of tracks? What if someone has, say, a gravitty puller,

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread Chris Hallsworth
So is Super Deekout free now then? Last I checked you had to pay for it. -- Chris Hallsworth e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] MSN: [EMAIL PROTECTED] skype: chrishallsworth7266 klango: chrishallsworth - Original Message - From: Michael Feir [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Lindsay Cowell [EMAIL

[Audyssey] News about the Sarah game

2008-11-02 Thread Phil Vlasak
Hi Folks, I have been promising people an update to the Sarah game for months. I am planning a lot of changes, additions, and bug fixes. However some of the bugs were caused by the old game engine itself. Three weeks ago I got a new version of the engine from David Greenwood, but when I tried it

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread Ron Schamerhorn
Hi Chris It and Dan's other games are now freeware yes. Ron - Original Message - From: Chris Hallsworth [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 8:23 AM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things? So is

Re: [Audyssey] scifi moo

2008-11-02 Thread Orin
The GWSE one is gone. I think it was slipgate, no? On Oct 28, 2008, at 5:44 PM, shaun everiss wrote: aah. Well I never got much in miriani, maybe I should try my luck, looks like the only game I will be able to do now. who knows, I'll just see how bored I get. At 04:07 a.m. 29/10/2008, you

[Audyssey] Friday fatality 2: Sonya, Catwoman and Sub-Zero

2008-11-02 Thread Orin
Hi all, Since Mortal Kombat Online doesn't have this yet, the descriptions aren't available. However, here's the link to the mp3. http://tinyurl.com/6ebgyd --- Gamers mailing list __ Gamers@audyssey.org If you want to leave the list, send E-mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] You can make changes

[Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread Marvin Hunkin
Hi. was wondering, as i had sight when i was younger, and played the arcade style and the console based games, like Galaxian on the atari, mario brothers, 1942, asteroids on the seiger, nintendo , etc. so was wondering, would it be possible to have a external or internal text to speech screen

[Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread Marvin Hunkin
Hi. thought i would introduce my self. my name is marvin hunkin, 43, live in devonport, tasmania, australia. now, have been playing accessible games for a few years off and on. and before that, played general games at the local arcade and the roller skating rink in Adelaide, South Australia,

Re: [Audyssey] HumanityMOO Temporarily Down

2008-11-02 Thread Tyler Littlefield
Sean, This is just me, but IMO you don't release a game for alpha when there's so many bugs. Get a select few people to test the small things, and run from there. If you just say hey, it's open, come on in, the first appearance is going to kill things. If I log on and see 10 bugs it's not

Re: [Audyssey] HumanityMOO Temporarily Down

2008-11-02 Thread Tyler Littlefield
hello matheus, If there is some interest, I can set up an announcements list for messages to be sent across with updates on vv, but I'll give you a bit of a rundown on what's going on. For the past few years, I've been experimenting with a mud, which was called Vertigo. It switched themes a

Re: [Audyssey] miriani question

2008-11-02 Thread Tyler Littlefield
um, if your using a script that uses com, you actually need jfwapictrl.dll, not jfwapi.dll Thanks, Tyler Littlefield email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] web: tysdomain-com Visit for quality software and web design. skype: st8amnd2005 - Original Message - From: Valiant8086 [EMAIL PROTECTED] To:

Re: [Audyssey] sArah game./

2008-11-02 Thread Phil Vlasak
Hi Charles, I hate to correct you as you are so smart, but I developed the game and Draconis sells it. I would sell it myself if it didn't cost so much to get a credit card system. I was quoted that the cost would be $100 for the setup then a charge of $50 per month so without selling a single

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread Jim Kitchen
Hi Lindsay, All of my games are free. Games such as Puppy1, Homer on a Harley, Pong and Mach 1 are all live action games. Like I said, they are all free, so why not check them out. BFN Jim Check my web site for my free blind accessible pc dos and windows games. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Audyssey] Monopoly Board files

2008-11-02 Thread Jim Kitchen
Hi Jason and Dennis, Truthfully I have no plans to work on my football game. I had a problem with punt returns. For some reason I could not keep it straight as to side, direction and possession for the punt return. I tried and tried. Just couldn't get it. I have a feeling I would run

Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread Liam Erven
Hi Marvin. I'm not familiar with how the x box's OS is set up, but I think that would be possible. However, I wouldn't hold your breath. The market of gamers who are blind who own consoles is too small for any company to even consider it. It's sad, but true. -Original Message- From:

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread Liam Erven
I'd like to say my games are action packed, but then I'd be lying. Laughs -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Lisa Hayes Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 3:11 AM To: Gamers Discussion list Subject: Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are

Re: [Audyssey] Friday fatality 2: Sonya, Catwoman and Sub-Zero

2008-11-02 Thread Yohandy
lol a bit late. I posted these a few days ago - Original Message - From: Orin [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Friday, October 31, 2008 4:08 PM Subject: [Audyssey] Friday fatality 2: Sonya, Catwoman and Sub-Zero Hi all, Since Mortal Kombat

Re: [Audyssey] scifi moo

2008-11-02 Thread James Homuth
No. Slipgate was Josh's attempt at recreating a better GWSE. He was one of maybe 2 or 3 former Squidsoft hosts on that project. The Miriani answer to GWSE I believe is called Stellarum or something, and is still in development. As in not open for connections last time I checked. -Original

Re: [Audyssey] scifi moo

2008-11-02 Thread Liam Erven
My understanding is they picked TSPM over the space moo. But I might be wrong. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of James Homuth Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 8:30 AM To: 'Gamers Discussion list' Subject: Re: [Audyssey] scifi moo No.

Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread constantine (on laptop)
I hear tell someone had xp going on the ps3. I wouldn't hold my breath, but hey, maybe jaws would be able to go on there- but again, wouldn't hold my breath. It would only work when you were using windows xp and you wouldn't be using that for games. contact details: email: [EMAIL

Re: [Audyssey] scifi moo

2008-11-02 Thread James Homuth
They're working on both. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Liam Erven Sent: November 2, 2008 9:33 AM To: 'Gamers Discussion list' Subject: Re: [Audyssey] scifi moo My understanding is they picked TSPM over the space moo. But I might be

Re: [Audyssey] scifi moo

2008-11-02 Thread Michael Forzano
Why take down GWSE, and have the same host try to make an equivalent. From what I heard GWSE was a really good game, it should be put back up. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of James Homuth Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 9:30 AM To: 'Gamers

Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread Liam Erven
No offense, but running xp on a ps3 is pointless. It's not gonna play any games. It's just gonna run windows and look useless. It was like people running linux on the old X Box. It looked cool, but was totally pointless. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

Re: [Audyssey] scifi moo

2008-11-02 Thread James Homuth
GWSE was good, but there were parts of it that were broken. The host who developed Slipgate though didn't like a lot of things about it. He wanted to essentially take GWSE's space system, improve it, and build his own plotline around that. I don't know what Miriani's doing with their copy of the

Re: [Audyssey] News about the Sarah game

2008-11-02 Thread Charles Rivard
Uh, oh. --- Pretty is as pretty does. - Original Message - From: Phil Vlasak [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 5:23 AM Subject: [Audyssey] News about the Sarah game Hi Folks, I have been promising people an update to the

Re: [Audyssey] News about the Sarah game

2008-11-02 Thread Phil Vlasak
Hi Charles, Is your Uh, oh. a comment on the delay, the novel or the proposed added features of the Sarah game? - Original Message - From: Charles Rivard [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 12:41 PM Subject: Re: [Audyssey]

Re: [Audyssey] News about the Sarah game

2008-11-02 Thread Ryan Chou
oh dear the graveyard On 11/2/08, Phil Vlasak [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Charles, Is your Uh, oh. a comment on the delay, the novel or the proposed added features of the Sarah game? - Original Message - From: Charles Rivard [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list

Re: [Audyssey] News about the Sarah game

2008-11-02 Thread Charles Rivard
That's what i'm thinking, too. --- Pretty is as pretty does. - Original Message - From: Ryan Chou [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 8:28 AM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] News about the Sarah game oh dear the graveyard On

[Audyssey] BrailleSoft Releases Bomb!

2008-11-02 Thread Louis Bryant
Hi all, BrailleSoft has released a new game called Bomb! This is a mine-sweeper-like type game. How many squares can you uncover without uncovering a square with a bomb? Originally written by Dan Zingaro for the Freedom Scientific classic notetakers, it is now available for your Windows Mobile

[Audyssey] Top Speed Question

2008-11-02 Thread Chris Hallsworth
Hi all, my girlfriend, who's not on this list, and myself, like to play Top Speed. However, in the Quick Start race, we don't know how to stop our cars from crashing. Is there any way of actually doing this? I've been told it's a pretty hard race to beat, but if anyone can share any tips that

[Audyssey] Dan Zinghero's games

2008-11-02 Thread Earthmother407
Dan Zinghero's gamesCould someone give me the website, please? Glenna --- Gamers mailing list __ Gamers@audyssey.org If you want to leave the list, send E-mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] You can make changes or update your subscription via the web, at

Re: [Audyssey] Audyssey thread report for October 2008

2008-11-02 Thread Willem
Thomas posted from 2 computers, so if you add those, it's not such a big difference - Original Message - From: Jim Kitchen [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Charles Rivard Gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 4:41 AM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Audyssey thread report for October 2008

Re: [Audyssey] Dan Zinghero's games

2008-11-02 Thread Chris Hallsworth
www.danzgames.com. -- Chris Hallsworth e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] MSN: [EMAIL PROTECTED] skype: chrishallsworth7266 klango: chrishallsworth - Original Message - From: Earthmother407 [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 5:26 PM

Re: [Audyssey] News about the Sarah game

2008-11-02 Thread Willem
Wow that sounds really exciting. I can't wait! But I'll have to. *smile* - Original Message - From: Phil Vlasak [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 5:23 AM Subject: [Audyssey] News about the Sarah game Hi Folks, I have been

Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread Chris Hallsworth
Sounds good but would the hardware cope with it? I don't think so. -- Chris Hallsworth e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] MSN: [EMAIL PROTECTED] skype: chrishallsworth7266 klango: chrishallsworth - Original Message - From: Marvin Hunkin [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday,

Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread Will Lomas
good idea but then how would you play the games? the menus of the console would read yes but not the menus of the game On 2 Nov 2008, at 17:54, Chris Hallsworth wrote: Sounds good but would the hardware cope with it? I don't think so. -- Chris Hallsworth e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] MSN: [EMAIL

Re: [Audyssey] Sarah game.

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Lisa, Sarah is made by PCS Games, but it is sold through Draconis Entertainment. You can download and purchase it at http://www.draconisentertainment.com Hth. Lisa Hayes wrote: HI all, ok You'd think I'd know, but who sells the Sarah game and is their a demo? thanks. Lisa Hayes skype

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread Chris Hallsworth
They can't be. There's still places the order the game, and, for example, Super Deekout still costs £18, rather than £0! So where can I get it free then? -- Chris Hallsworth e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] MSN: [EMAIL PROTECTED] skype: chrishallsworth7266 klango: chrishallsworth - Original

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Lindsay, Can you define what exciting and full of action means to you? It is difficult to answer this question because exciting and full of action is pretty subjective, and is pretty much defined by personal preference. That said I do have a couple of suggestions. One you might head over

[Audyssey] Mach1 was exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Jim, Speaking of Mach1 do you have plans to add it to the self-voicing games? It remains to be one of my favorite games you made. I'd like to see it eventually have self-voicing ability with Sapi 5 like most of your other games have now. Smile. Jim Kitchen wrote: Hi Lindsay, All of my

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Michael, You got that right. And don't forget Super Deecout's official home is now http://www.usagames.us under the accessible games mirrors section. Michael Feir wrote: Lets not forget about Superdeakout. Dan Zingaro released it as freeware when he went out of business and I can't think of

Re: [Audyssey] sArah game./

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Phil, Use Paypal. My USA Games shopping cart is powered by Paypal.com and it only costs me a couple of dollars each sale. You can either use an existing shopping cart system like Agora or you can write a custom shopping cart in php like I did. Cheers. --- Gamers mailing list __

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Chris, Yes, it is. Download the game and the unlock patch Dan made for it, and you are set. It is under the accessible games mirrors on my web site. Chris Hallsworth wrote: So is Super Deekout free now then? Last I checked you had to pay for it. -- Chris Hallsworth --- Gamers mailing

Re: [Audyssey] News about the Sarah game

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi, Oh, shucks. I had hoped this would be the news the patch has just been released. You want your spanking now or later. Lol! Phil Vlasak wrote: Hi Folks, I have been promising people an update to the Sarah game for months. I am planning a lot of changes, additions, and bug fixes. However

Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Marvin, That is a good question. Technically the operating systems that are used in those game consoles are fundamentally able to run a screen reading device. However, since the version of Linux used in the PS3 and the version of Windows that powers the XBox are extremely stripped down and

Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Liam, Truer words have never been spoken. I have heard a lot about the Linux Geeks that were putting Linux on there game consoles like the XBox, but it ended up just being totally pointless in the end. After they did that the only games there could run were the games made specially for

Re: [Audyssey] Dan Zinghero's games

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Glenna, You can find all of Dan's games on my web site http://www.usagames.us under the accessible games mirrors section. Earthmother407 wrote: Dan Zinghero's gamesCould someone give me the website, please? Glenna --- Gamers mailing list __ Gamers@audyssey.org If you want to leave the

Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread K. Matthew
If I remember correctly you could install linux on a Xbox and still switch to playing xbox games. I think you had a boot screen at the start up. Problem was, you had to get a mod chip and then find the flash for the chip and software to make it all work. At the time the Xbox came out I was

Re: [Audyssey] Writting monopoly boards.

2008-11-02 Thread Lisa Hayes
Thanks Jim will let you know. wish their was a monopoly board maker like your golf course maker fancy writing one? Lisa Hayes skype name, lisa12257 join my chat list subscribe at [EMAIL PROTECTED] - Original Message - From: Jim Kitchen [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Lisa Hayes

Re: [Audyssey] rail racer questions

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Tyler, The game is smart enough not to let you race on atrack that is to difficult for you. All of the various tracks have a class rating. If you are only a class 1 or class 2 racer it won't let you race on tracks that are rated class 3 and above. It is as simple as that. As far as not

Re: [Audyssey] Dan Zinghero's games

2008-11-02 Thread Will Lomas
danzgames.com is still up though as well for some reason On 2 Nov 2008, at 18:57, Thomas Ward wrote: Hi Glenna, You can find all of Dan's games on my web site http://www.usagames.us under the accessible games mirrors section. Earthmother407 wrote: Dan Zinghero's gamesCould someone give

[Audyssey] Dan Z's games.

2008-11-02 Thread Ryan Conroy
Hi Tom, Are you putting his other games up there as well? I think one was called Search party, and I can't remember the name of the other one. Also, are the patches included with your set up, or do I have to download them from his site? Thanks, Ryan

Re: [Audyssey] Dan Z's games.

2008-11-02 Thread Ron Schamerhorn
Hi all The other game was Chain Link, and wondering if there are more files then what comes with the game originally. Also he did have a couple of free games to begin with like Maze Craze and Memory I think it was. Ron - Original Message - From: Ryan Conroy [EMAIL PROTECTED] To:

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread dark
Hi chris. Dans games are stil listed with prices, but if you read the news on the front page of Danzgames.com there's an explanation as to why they are freeware, as well as some self-extracting archives to unlock the full versions of the games. Beware the Grue! Dark. - Original Message

[Audyssey] A spacific chess question

2008-11-02 Thread Ron Schamerhorn
Hello fellow chess players This might come as an odd question and I'm hoping there is a simple answer to it. I own one of those tactile chess sets. What I'm wondering is there a standard as to which colour squares are the raised ones? That is to say are all the black squares raised or are

Re: [Audyssey] A spacific chess question

2008-11-02 Thread simon dowling
hi ron, the raised squares are white. hth http://www.secretsthatwekeep.com/003 Simon creator and owner of the winmx4theblind mailing list. to find out more visit http://groups.google.com/group/winmx4theblind Group email address [EMAIL PROTECTED] msn, [EMAIL PROTECTED] skype, slifinger -

Re: [Audyssey] rail racer questions

2008-11-02 Thread constantine (on laptop)
Hmm blah--does this mean if I had a desktop at our cabbin I'd have to buy a key for that one as well? As well as this laptop? Right now I don't really have the money for 2 keys- so I'll leave it at one. So I can play offline- my desktop has dialup internet and not really wanting to use that to

Re: [Audyssey] News about the Sarah game

2008-11-02 Thread Lisa Hayes
Phil I will have, but have to get this game I should do so by mid December I hope. Lisa Hayes skype name, lisa12257 join my chat list subscribe at [EMAIL PROTECTED] - Original Message - From: Phil Vlasak [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Monday,

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread shaun everiss
hmm free games with action. Hmmm. there is puppy 1 by jim kitchen if you call that action. there is the tourniment game bpc has, thats action, and the 10 min 3d verlocity game. There is treasurehunt which is free to an extent. Even though its a demo. But there is no real free fps game.

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread shaun everiss
hmph. that may be ok but its arcade and frustrating at that. At 01:07 a.m. 3/11/2008, you wrote: Lets not forget about Superdeakout. Dan Zingaro released it as freeware when he went out of business and I can't think of a more action-packed arcade-style free game. Michael Feir Author of Personal

Re: [Audyssey] Writting monopoly boards.

2008-11-02 Thread shaun everiss
Jim there is a new betles monopoly game just released is there any way you could get the board layout for that? At 01:41 a.m. 3/11/2008, you wrote: Hi Lisa, If you have any trouble with the monopoly board files, just let me know and I will try to help. Also if you like, you can send your new

Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread shaun everiss
hmmm if the usb ports could hold keyboards and if the ps3 is just a hard drive then it is possible. however not sure how you would use both. At 03:32 a.m. 3/11/2008, you wrote: I hear tell someone had xp going on the ps3. I wouldn't hold my breath, but hey, maybe jaws would be able to go on

Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread shaun everiss
well you could play games but you couldn't play the ps3 games at all well I'd think you couldn't. At 03:39 a.m. 3/11/2008, you wrote: No offense, but running xp on a ps3 is pointless. It's not gonna play any games. It's just gonna run windows and look useless. It was like people running linux

Re: [Audyssey] scifi moo

2008-11-02 Thread shaun everiss
well I just logged on miriani for a bit just to see, I honestly don't think I will spend much time there but some of the star conquest ships have been taken up, there is load more sc stuff in the game. I havn't really bothered trying to play much though, since I have never made enough cash to

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread Chris Hallsworth
What about Super Deekout? Is that considered action? -- Chris Hallsworth e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] MSN: [EMAIL PROTECTED] skype: chrishallsworth7266 klango: chrishallsworth - Original Message - From: shaun everiss [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Lindsay Cowell [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Gamers

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread Chris Hallsworth
Yeah, I got them now and they're working as full versions. Thanks for the help! -- Chris Hallsworth e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] MSN: [EMAIL PROTECTED] skype: chrishallsworth7266 klango: chrishallsworth - Original Message - From: dark [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list

Re: [Audyssey] Dan Z's games.

2008-11-02 Thread Chris Hallsworth
The other game was Chain Link. All patches are downloadable separately. -- Chris Hallsworth e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] MSN: [EMAIL PROTECTED] skype: chrishallsworth7266 klango: chrishallsworth - Original Message - From: Ryan Conroy [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday,

Re: [Audyssey] A spacific chess question

2008-11-02 Thread Willem
I had a chess board where the black squares were raised. I guess you should ask a sighted person, just to be sure. - Original Message - From: simon dowling [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 12:00 PM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] A

Re: [Audyssey] Writing monopoly boards.

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Lisa, I really don't see there is a need for a Monopoly board maker. Making your own boards is very straight forward and easy. All you do is list the properties on the board in descending order in a text file and then save it in the Kitchensinc folder. For example, here is a copy of my Lord

Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi, Probably. The Linux boot loader, Grub, is pretty good about detecting other operating systems and adding them to the Grub boot prompt and allowing you to select between Linux or the pre-existing operating system on the computer. I figure since the XBox OS is basically a Windows Mobile os

Re: [Audyssey] Dan Zinghero's games

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi, Hmmm... Interesting because the last we heard from Dan he said he was taking his web site down in June 2008. I guess he is maintaining the web site so people can still download the games, but not producing anything new. Either that or he is leaving it up in case he decides to get back

Re: [Audyssey] Dan Z's games.

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Ryan, Yes, Chainlink and Search Party are both on my DanZ Games mirror page. All of the patches are available from my DanZ Games mirror page as well. Ryan Conroy wrote: Hi Tom, Are you putting his other games up there as well? I think one was called Search party, and I can't remember

Re: [Audyssey] Dan Z's games.

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Ron, Yes, Dan made Maze Craze, but I personally felt the game wasn't very good. I could upload it if anyone wants it, but as I said it isn't one of his best. Ron Schamerhorn wrote: Hi all The other game was Chain Link, and wondering if there are more files then what comes with the

Re: [Audyssey] exciting free games - are there such things?

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi Chris, Dan himself created a patch to unlock all of his games last May and announced they were all going freeware so I can say for sure they are all free. Apparently Dan's web site is still up and if you look on the main page, about half way down there is a notice that DanZ Games is closing

Re: [Audyssey] A spacific chess question

2008-11-02 Thread Charles Rivard
While every designer of chess sets for the blind makes the board his or her own way, it is standard for the black squares to be raised and the black pieces to be marked. What moves are not being accepted as legal ones in the chess program? Maybe you're entering them incorrectly? Just a

[Audyssey] mach1

2008-11-02 Thread Matheus
hi all. hey Jin, i have a question: did you plan to allow the possibility of a joistick in mach1 game? bekause i like your game,and yesterday i just purchased a steering weel and whould like to know if you will do that. thanks and best regards, Matheus --- Gamers mailing list __

Re: [Audyssey] News about the Sarah game

2008-11-02 Thread Charles Rivard
Both. --- Pretty is as pretty does. - Original Message - From: Thomas Ward [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 10:22 AM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] News about the Sarah game Hi, Oh, shucks. I had hoped this would be the news

Re: [Audyssey] A spacific chess question

2008-11-02 Thread simon dowling
I see our american cousins, are not satisfied with messing up the Braille code and everything that goes with that, but in the uk it has always been the white squares have always been raised as has been the markings of the white pieces have always been distinguish by a point on there tops.

[Audyssey] Fantastic 32-bit Computers and where to find them,

2008-11-02 Thread Phil Vlasak
Fantastic 32-bit Computers and where to find them, Games we'd like to play by Phil Vlasak 1. Spend a day calling all the computer stores in your area. 2. Bribe a friend to drive you to the ones who said they had a 32 bit computer. 3. Start out at Best Buy who clamed to have a Compaq Presario

Re: [Audyssey] A spacific chess question

2008-11-02 Thread Willem
and I live in south africa... I guess it is an american set then. Rons should be american too, as he lives in the US right? - Original Message - From: simon dowling [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Charles Rivard [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, November

Re: [Audyssey] Fantastic 32-bit Computers and where to find them,

2008-11-02 Thread Charles Rivard
21. Play a few games of Sarah and the Castle of Witchcraft and Wizardry on the computer you already have in order to make the day a little more worth living. --- Pretty is as pretty does. - Original Message - From: Phil Vlasak [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list

Re: [Audyssey] A spacific chess question

2008-11-02 Thread dark
Hi ron. I've seen a fair few tactile chess boards in my time, the majority have raised black squares and indented white squares, which seems to be more of a standard with them (the one I myself bought in July expressly for playing computer chess with certainly does). i have however, --- in

Re: [Audyssey] A spacific chess question

2008-11-02 Thread dark
Sorry Simon, but I beg to differ on the boards question, though your right about the pieces. As I said, the board I bought in july certainly has raised black squares. I suppose though this is just a case of who's seen more of which make of tactile chess boards. beware the Grue! Dark.

Re: [Audyssey] rail racer questions

2008-11-02 Thread Thomas Ward
Hi, That is a question best left up to Che. I believe the polacy is one license per computer, but I would ask him if I were you and see what he says. constantine (on laptop) wrote: Hmm blah--does this mean if I had a desktop at our cabbin I'd have to buy a key for that one as well? As well

Re: [Audyssey] A spacific chess question

2008-11-02 Thread Phil Vlasak
Hi Charles, As a chess board is square, what color square should be on your front left? As in the closest row to you that would take the left castle. - Original Message - From: Charles Rivard [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, November 02,

Re: [Audyssey] rail racer questions

2008-11-02 Thread Che
Hi, Sorry, I don't think I made it clear in my previous post , (getting a bit dsoft in the head in my old age), I try to be generous with folks that have multiple computers, as I do myself, and it just isn't feasible to buy a separate license for each, or really fair for that matter in my

Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread Liam Erven
Heck. If only the menus of the console would read. That would be good enough for me. I'll take talking menus anyday. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Will Lomas Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 12:00 PM To: Gamers Discussion list

Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread Liam Erven
Thus why I'm pushign for small changes. Like. For isntance. In the current version of x box live there are various sounds for various events. Also. The menus wrap, but if you hold down the left or right trigger button you can jump to the top or the bottom of a menu. Now with the new experience

Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Game Devices

2008-11-02 Thread Liam Erven
Thing now is. I think if you mod a 360, the console wil detect it and not let you on live. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of K. Matthew Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 1:22 PM To: 'Gamers Discussion list' Subject: Re: [Audyssey]

Re: [Audyssey] A spacific chess question

2008-11-02 Thread shaun everiss
I have a peg chess board, where the black pegs are marked with a raised point. At 02:56 p.m. 2/11/2008, you wrote: Hi ron. I've seen a fair few tactile chess boards in my time, the majority have raised black squares and indented white squares, which seems to be more of a standard with them (the

Re: [Audyssey] fifa 2001

2008-11-02 Thread jason
Oh ok that's cool. I have to try it some time. Sincerely, Jason known as Blind Fury windowslive contact [EMAIL PROTECTED] skype contact kb3icc - Original Message - From: Angellko21 [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gamers Discussion list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 3:16 AM

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