Published by OneSwitch.org.uk Monday, 27 June 2016 11:25 am.
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Nerf Water Pistol £40
Switch adapted water pistol with a large reservoir and flashing lights. Ideal for soaking friends, family and maybe the neighbour’s cat. Can also be used with coloured inks for art creation.
Electronic Dice £25
Bright lights and sounds on the press of a switch. Great for games, making random choices and more. Comes with a lucky-dip adventure game book.
One Switch Pulse: A system designed to make many PC, Playstation, Xbox and Raspberry Pi games playable with one switch.
One Switch 100 Book, the history of one switch accessible gaming including many untold stories and fantastic games.
New web-site with a database of switch accessible games, C-SID 2 and Impact switch interfaces, the Jason Hotchkiss Shout Box and more!
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Published by OneSwitch.org.uk Saturday, 11 June 2016 8:54 am.
May the 19th 2016, was the fifth Global Accessibility Awareness Day, and a great day to see some of the pushes in games accessibility. Ian Hamilton has detailed these brilliantly over at his blog (with some extra quotes here). Three key accessible gaming videos from the day below. Things are moving in the right direction.
Published by OneSwitch.org.uk Monday, 6 June 2016 9:46 am.
"...Each button is randomly assigned to either up, down, left or A (jump). Every 30 seconds the key associated to each button changes. The players don't know what their buttons do so have to work it out as they play!" - via Alistair Aitcheson.
This is a fun take on a shared method of playing well known to switch gamers, especially for those not using Gaming Redux methods. I remember playing like this on an Asteroids machine once a child and at CGE-UK 2005 on Sonic with Chris Myers. It takes good co-operation. More so when your controls are randomly changing every half-minute.
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