Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Games for Me

One of the most frequently asked questions is this one:  What types of games do I like to play?


When I had enough sight, I used to play air hockey, some pickup basketball, some ice hockey, and the usual board games and accessible computer games.  Nowadays, I have limited my enjoyment to chess, and several accessible computer games.  What do I mean by accessible computer games?


Games on the computer with voice output.  In short, games that have a speaking facility that allows me to hear what is on the screen, hear what I type and enter, and feedback from my input.  


I am a definite games person.  I love things such as Battle Ship, Solitaire, word games, and of course chess.  I can no longer play air hockey but I am just dying for someone to develop an accessible air hockey game or something similar. 


I'm Donna J. Jodhan your friendly accessibility advocate wishing you a terrific day and inviting you to go out there and share my pleasure for games with others.  Visit to learn more about how blind persons play games. 

1 comment:

  1. It's not air-hockey, but have your had a chance to play V.I. Tennis and V.I. Bowling on the PC, using a blue-tooth adapter and Wii Remotes? Huge fun!