Game Accessibility

Although I certainly do not consider Second Life to be a game, the interface it uses happens to be one that relies on graphics similar to those used by computer games.  Recent developments in the gaming world have expanded use to those who need accommodations to “play” and because of those advancements, many of these innovations can/may carry over to the virtual world environment.

In searching for accessible uses of Second Life I came across this resource that is worthy of noting here on my CSU Chico TLP blog.  Although it appears the last few bits were last added in 2007, the multi-media clips are worth a look to see how some end users can interact in today’s virtual worlds and games.

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