[GameTalk] Re: Accessible games in the arcade

Well hybrid games seem to be making the rounds.
  descent into madness for one, last crusade for another.
Can't say much about sonic zoom, but terraformas seems to have made a hit.
At 12:23 PM 6/26/2006, you wrote:

>Hail All!
>Some here may not remember the Game Center from Telesensory Systems
>Inc.  This was back in the mid-eighties.  It would play 8 different
>games.  There was some attempt on the blind community's part back then to
>do something like this but it ran aground on the reluctance of the archade
>owners to try something with a limited appeal.  Unless we can somehow make
>the games appealable to the sighted as well as accessible, I serioously
>doubt if this idea will become a reality.
>Just my thoughts on the subject.
>
>Dronvor
>
>At 06:21 PM 6/25/2006, you wrote:
> >Hello.
> >   I've been to several arcades before, video game arcades, where people
> > gather to generally have a good time playing games on large machines
> > which cannot be found in the home. They use tokens to start their game,
> > and to conti nue they have to keep inserting their tokens at various
> > points in their game. This is what happens with several console games.
> > For example, I've seen the fighting game Tekken in both Playstation 1,
> > Playstation 2, and in the arcade. N Personally, I think the same concept
> > could be applied to Troopanum, Hunter, Pipe, or any other accessible game
> > for that matter. It would be another way for the gaming companies to make
> > money. I've been to arcades before, and in the arcade, the blind gamer
> > feels slightly out of place. what do you all think?
> >
> >   Holden
> >
> >o
> >Holden
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> >Juan, the American Mexican
> >Gore, from the Scrolls of King  Duncan, Head of the "Manslaughter" Comission
> >
> >And also, the Lord of the Galaxy
> >http://world2.monstersgame.co.uk/?ac=vid&vid=31062100
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