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Challenge: A bold statement that it is plausible for scoring maximum possible score in Accessibility Challenge by IGDA for GGJ2012. Result: Mission Accomplished, yet unheard of.
A project designed to tackle the discussion not if implementation of accessibility options is necessary (it is) but when doing it, it should be done in a respectable way that the game is still enjoyable, and not for sake of having it as another tick on documentation. Ian Hamilton (CBeeBies among others) declared that it "won not only the London challenge but also placed first globally" due to perfect scoring, yet the project wasn't picked up by the Media nor IGDA, and post GGJ there was no public statement/summary regarding local/global winners.Check out the score sheet!
· Fast arcade title taken to new heights and speeds
· You can choose your controller and map it to your needs (Keyboard, Mouse, Microphone)
· Provides text to speech, color changes, the speed of nearly anything and you can edit all contents manually.Download the game!
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Awards & Recognition
- "A game that I'm very pleased to be able to
say broadened my own horizons regarding accessibility, despite me being a specialist with
many years experience in the field.
As a result he won not only the London challenge but also placed first globally."
- Ian Hamilton, IGDA London, Reference
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Core Design, Coding, Graphics
Extra design ideas