11 Oct
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AbleGamers Community Feature: Susan aka OneOddGamerGirl

This month, we sat down with Susan, a gamer with a unique mission: help make games more accessible for deaf gamers. Susan, or OneOddGamerGirl, as you may know her, has been gaming since the 80’s, but her passion was reignited only a few years ago in 2014. What started out as a hobby, turned into […]

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21 Feb
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AbleGamers Announces Global Winners Of 2018 Train Jam Sponsorship

CHARLES TOWN, WV (FEBRUARY 21, 2018) – AbleGamers Foundation — the leading charity and organization wielding the power of gaming to break down the barriers of economic and social isolation for people with disabilities — and its partner Train Jam are overjoyed to announce today the three disabled game developers selected to participate in Train […]

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08 May
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Unlocking Colorblind Accessibility in Puzzle Games through Attrition and Code

Last year, I wrote about colorblind accessibility in Sega Saturn games. Puyo Puyo Tsuu was one of the games I highlighted as being inaccessible for colorblind gamers. I mentioned how Puyo Puyo Tetris improved the shape and definition of the Puyos, but what I didn’t know was that SEGA actually added in colorblind-friendly Alphabet Puyos […]

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23 Feb
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Ablegamers and GDC Send Two Game Developers With Disabilities to Four-Day Train Jam and GDC 2017

Harpers Ferry, WV (February 22, 2017) –  AbleGamers — the leading charity and organization wielding the power of gaming to break down the barriers of economic and social isolation for people with disabilities — is thrilled to announce its first life-changing sponsored event of 2017. In partnership with Game Developers Conference (GDC), AbleGamers will provide […]

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01 Jun
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First AbleGamers Fellow Selected

Harpers Ferry, WV (June 1, 2016) – AbleGamers – the leading charity and organization wielding the power of gaming to break down the barriers of economic and social isolation for people with disabilities – is thrilled to announce a winner has been chosen for the first AbleGamers Fellowship.

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