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Re: Video Games


From: Priti Rohra
Date: Feb 25, 2022 12:39AM


A good starting point for Game Accessibility -
Able Gamers - https://ablegamers.org/
Game Accessibility Guidelines - https://gameaccessibilityguidelines.com/
Can I play that - https://caniplaythat.com/

The above sources will get them all the required information!

Always BPositive!
Priti Rohra

On 2/25/22, Peter Shikli < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> A couple of our accessibility analysts came to me to say that when they
> release from prison, they would like to form their own company working
> to make video games accessible to the deaf. Both of these gals are big
> gamers. They are of course good at their day job auditing websites for
> accessibility. I would like to help them, or at least point them in the
> right direction.
> Does anyone know if the US has regulations requiring subtitles,
> captions, or some kind of text layer on video games for the deaf? Is
> there an accessibility standard applicable to video games, or are we
> still just force-fitting WCAG? Is there a membership group or some
> community promoting accessible video games? What advice would you give
> two sharp gals looking to start a business making video games accessible
> to the deaf?
> Cheers,
> Peter Shikli, CEO
> Access2online Inc.
> www.access2online.com
> Prison inmates helping the internet become accessible
> > > > >