Accessible Gaming – Living in the 80’s?

Graeme’s Free Games presently features some highly accessible versions of Namco’s all-time classic Pac-Man. All feature the option to reduce the number of ghosts as well as giving the facility to adjust the speed of the ghosts and your Pac-Man independently.

There’s a really well thought out one-switch version that features the best solution I’ve seen yet to navigating a maze at speed. A mouse compatible version offers a way to play for head-tracker, eye-tracker and other users too. This too offers a really well thought out solution.

For those wanting to play the exact same version that Namco released in the arcades back in 1980/81 – take a look at 4Noah for a potential solution: One-Switch Pac-ManMouse controlled Pac-Man.

So when are main-stream developers going to start making their 21st century games this accessible? We’re waiting…

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