Invite Developers To Complete Accessibility Questionnaire
Author: Andy Robertson
Many of them, like these examples, come away from this with a clearer idea of what their game supports, a way to communicate that to players and a list of potential enhancements:
- “Had a wonderful #accessibility chat with @TamingGamingDB. All our confirmed settings are recorded in their page, and we've got some great ideas of a11y we could add to @Smalland.” - Merge Games Ltd
- “Yay, @GeekDadGamer added Get Together to the database @TamingGamingDB. His accessibility review uncovered some handy things we'll be adding like making screen shake optional.” - Studio Sterneck
- "I just updated Severed Steel's accessibility page on the database. Huge thanks to @GeekDadGamer for setting the page up! The questionnaire inspired some ideas for Sev Steel: like an option to disable explosion screen shake." - Severed Steel Developer
- Had a fascinating chat with @GeekDadGamer about accessibility yesterday. I learnt a lot and plan to improve OCO's accessibilty features." Philip Sinclair
Top Games Needing Accessibility Data
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