Developing Basic Gaming Skills and Game Accessibility Awareness
SEN Switcher: Training for switch users new to games and accessible technology. Teaches some of the absolute basics of gaming from cause and effect upwards.
GAME OVER: The world's most inaccessible game. A great way for people supporting disabled gamers to understand the many barriers they may face.
JoyToKey: A free PC utility that enables joysticks/joypads to act as a mouse or keyboard. Essential for many switch users.
Accessible Gaming Shop: A useful starting point for accessible games and hardware.
Some of the one-switch games on show were: Penalty; Whacka Monty Mole; Aurikon; Mini-Golf. The mouse games made available were: 5 Differences and 6 Differences. The emulated Sonic the Hedgehog will eventually have a home at the ATE Arcade.
Consoles and Controller Help
C-SID Info and Instructions. Help for better understanding the Games Console Switch Interface Deluxe.
EyeToy Demo: The PS2 EyeToy instructions.
Playstation 2: Quick Start Guide.
Wii: YouTube beginners guides. Part one deals with setting the console up. Part two deals with the Wii remote. Very geeky - but useful.
Getting deeper into Game Accessibility
The IGDA's GASIG (Game Accessibility Special Interest Group) have a huge number of links and information at their blog.
For more help please get in touch via OneSwitch.org.uk.