Thursday, May 19 is the 11th Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). It's a chance to talk, think and learn about digital access and inclusion. With over One Billion people with disabilities/impairments, it's an important subject.
AskAboutGames is a supporter of the Family Gaming Database accessibility reports and search tool to help people find the games that suit their needs. You can use the 100 or so filters to find games that match a wide range of requirements.
There is a wide range of websites and resources dedicated to video game accessibility that we wanted to highlight today.
Here is a list of the best places to find out more about accessibility:
- Can I Play That
- Game Lover
- Special Effect
- Able Gamers
- Game Accessibility Nexus
- Game Critics
- One Switch
- Triple Tap Tech
- Meeple Like Us
- Colorblind Games
If you are a developer of video games you can also use the database Accessibility Questionaire to create a page for your game and be included in the report.