How can gaming be made more accessible? – BBC News

How can gaming be made more accessible? - bbc news

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Most games are created by neurotypical people, for neurotypical people.

This means that autistic people often encounter difficulties with traditional gaming, but a Glasgow-based startup is trying to change this.

Changing Day’s ‘Blink and the Vacuum of Space’, which focuses on making the world’s greatest sandwich, is a game designed specifically with autistic people in mind.

The company hopes their virtual reality game could help autistic people better prepare for real life situations.

This film is from Click – the BBC’s weekly technology show.

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