Salem, MA March 27, 2014
7-128 Software is pleased to announce the results of its seventh annual Top Web Sites competition.
We review and rank Web sites for gamers who are Blind, or Deaf, or Motion-Impaired.
The set of FREE resources includes:
Top 25 Web Sites for Gamers who are Blind
Top 22 Web Sites for Gamers who are Motion-Impaired
Top 11 Web Sites for Gamers who are Deaf
Top Web Sites of Accessible Gaming Industry and Community Leaders
To develop these lists, we surveyed over 100 Web sites relevant to accessible gaming, including:
Developers, Reviewers, News and Information sites, Industry Organizations, Special Interest, and Academic sites.
Based on feedback from the accessible gaming community, we've revised our ranking criteria.
How many commercial and FREE games are offered.
Does the site offer a blog, forum, or other community vehicle.
Does the site offer gamer-to-gamer help.
Does the site offer game reviews.
Does the site offer news.
When was the site founded and how current is it.
Its Alexa rating and its Google rating.
A quote from the site describing themselves.
And personal tidbits we've encountered in our research.
To our knowledge,
our lists are the only place in the world where you can get this
information in one place.
7-128 Software a small Salem software company that is unique in that many of its mainstream videogames are designed from the start to be playable also by the blind, the deaf, or the motion impaired.
Its more than 40 games include the Inspector Cyndi in Newport series, word games, arcade, and puzzle games. Itís game, Here comes the Duck! is possibly the only computer game anywhere playable by a blind two-year old.
For more information contact:
Cynthia A. Geller V.P. Marketing and Sales 7-128 Software