2222: An accessible game to promote environment protection awareness
ResumoAccessibility in games remain largely inaccessible to visually and hearing impaired people. In this work, we introduce 2222, an accessible maze game that promotes a real inclusion, through resources such as auditory orientation and equity in the game mechanics, reducing the disparity in the game-play experience between players. Furthermore, we also brought environmental awareness within our narrative to inspire players to transform our reality.
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