Published by OneSwitch.org.uk Wednesday, 21 July 2010 3:18 pm.
JazzBall was written after a suggestion was made to the Accessible GameBase by Sandra Robertson. She wondered if the old Microsoft game JezzBall might suit a more accessible interface and could perhaps become a fun game that both her children could play (one being Helen of "Game for Helen" fame). Thanks to Graeme Singh taking up the challenge, they now can.The game has speed control, two excellent one-switch modes, a point and click interface and an eye-gaze aimed interface that requires no clicking at all. To blow my own tiny trumpet, I picked the photos and music for the game. Once you've got bored of the supplied photos, you can even use your own, which can be a huge grin. Have fun!
Reviewed at the Accessible GameBase and added to the OneSwitch game library.
Labels: eye trackers, head trackers, one-switch games, PC