Sarah k Alawami

No, actually not. He means video games such as forza and pubg and sea of theves. I'll gt back to him off list as some of these we can play with the use of the controlers and nvda, kind of.

Take care

On 14 Jan 2019, at 14:50, Adel Spence wrote:

I think site you are looking for is:
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Sent: Monday, January 14, 2019 6:38 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda]VIDEO GAMING

Thanks for the pointers and the offer of further information.  Over the years, I’ve dabbled with adventure and strategy games but what intrigues me is the idea of video gaming – okay, maybe I should say here that my interpretation of video gaming is the narrow one of “shoot ‘em up” style of game which I’m having trouble picturing with speech only!  Also, I’m assuming that this is the type of games referred to earlier as it’s generally the video aspect of games which is memory and processor intensive.


I’ll definitely go and look for that accessible gaming site, though, to see what’s available.


Thanks again.


Richard Bartholomew



From: <> On Behalf Of goshawk on horseback
Sent: 14 January 2019 22:04
Subject: Re: [nvda]VIDEO GAMING
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I don't know about mainstream games, but there are quite a number of games designed for us, which are either self voicing, or that should work with NVDA.

there is a site that lists most if not all of them, but I can't remember what it is.

there is also the blind gamers e-mail list at:

where you should be able to get info on just about any accessible game out there.

have you given any thought to what types of games you would be interested in?





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Sent: Monday, January 14, 2019 9:52 PM

Subject: [nvda]VIDEO GAMING




Earlier today, I saw a message from someone saying they were a video gamer and am interested to know what video games are accessible via NVDA to a totally blind user, please, as this may be an avenue I’d like to explore.


Thanks for any info.


Richard Bartholomew


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