Blind gamers get their own titles (02 Jan 2005)
Bavisoft says its main focus is not on people being unable to see, but more on what would be a fun thing to do.
"If it's impossible to make the activity audio-based, we have to re-think the idea or think outside the box," said Mr Byer.
The company's second title, Chillingham, is an adventure set in a haunted village.
Players have to solve puzzles and, on the way, need to defend themselves from attacks by vampires, witches and werewolves.
Fending them off requires either excellent stereo speakers or a good pair of headphones in order to locate them in the stereo picture.
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