The people at Simply Entertainment/ 7-128 Software, make "mainstream, family-friendly, computer games that are designed from the ground up to be accessible to gamers with a variety of special needs, including: blindness, low vision, color blindness, deafness, and motion impairment".
They recently added a free on-line service for people searching for free or low-cost accessible computer games suitable for learning or rehabilitative environments.
According to the website, the Accessible Learning through Entertainment and Recreation service provides the following useful information:
- Where to get those games, at low cost, or for free
- What to look for in selecting those games, quickly and with fewer costly mistakes
- How to apply those games to your learning objectives, without a lot of mystery
- Who to go to for free help
Another resource on the Simply Entertainment/1-129 Software website is a section dedicated to links to 25 highest-rated websites that focus on games that are accessible for people who are blind. Many of the linked websites offer free on-line games.
Thanks to John Bannick and his colleagues at 7-128!