For many in the Duchenne community, video games are a great source of entertainment. This page is designed to present resources to allow video gaming to be more accessible.
- AbleGamers Foundation
AbleGamers providees expert reviews and information on video games and assistive technology aimed at helping individuals with disabilities make educated purchases. This includes keeping an up to date database of video game titles reviewed specifically to assess the accessibility of each title.
- Evil Controllers
Company that modifies Xbox and Playstation controllers
Website that offers free games to young children, and children with learning disabilities.
- JoyStix Pro
Software that allows players to play PC games with a video game controller rather than a keyboard.
Mouth-operated game controller
- SpecialEffect: The Gamer’s Charity
Organization that gives advice on able gaming. Includes reviews on accessibility of games.
- SpecialEffect’s Youtube Channel
- The Controller Project
Caleb Kraft makes and designs modifications for video game controllers
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