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Thanks for all the people who voted for my last story. I'm still very new to this, so please give me feedback. For all the people who sent me feedback already, thank you so much, I hope this little erotic tale meets your expectations. I am six years older than him and when we were younger; we were always fighting with each other and looking for ways to get in each other's way like any sibling duo. But as we got a little bit older, we learnt to get a long and generally stay out each other's way.

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Connor: I remember being just totally fascinated because my sister who's sighted used to play The Sims all the time [sfx: Simlish sounds]. In a game, the HUD is the information you have on screen while you play.

Connor: I'm almost totally blind. Twenty twenty vision is considered average. I think for me the best thing was creating the story because I'm a writer, story is something I'm really passionate about anyway. He is a sighted person, but he's really engaged with the community and put a lot of his own time and resources towards it.

And some developers are creating entire virtual worlds using nothing but sound. And even then, there's definitely some things that I'm just not able to do in video games, whether that's fast action [sfx] or reading small text [sfx]that kind of thing. Connor is a disability rights activist, and a big fan of audio games.

And so that's cool because obviously you can talk to your friends on the game, and mission with them and stuff. Steve: Because I just wasn't as good at it as my brother or even my mom was.

But over the years, people started to combine them with text-to-speech software so the stories would be read out loud. And this is very popular in audio games to have different sounds for like gravel [sfx] or dirt [sfx]and then a very specific sound for a road [sfx]. Become a monthly contributor at 20k. Connor: It was totally crazy the first time I was ever able to play a game by myself.

So for anyone with a visual impairment, there are a few things that really help make a game more accessible. Your sword has begun to glow very brightly. This le to a lot of confusion around the definition of the word blind. At the time, personal computers were becoming more and more common. So I have a condition called Lebers congenital amaurosis, and I've been blind since birth.

Steve: My blindness never felt like it was, to me at the time, it didn't clue me in that that was the reason.

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For instance, Apple had one called MacinTalk. Something that's 20 feet away looks like it's feet away. Connor: So I would follow her around and pester her, to read to me, and to help me play it, because I couldn't play it at all. But the roots of these games actually go all the way back to the early s. Connor: Sounds are used in various different ways. Connor: So some audio games will have, usually fairly rudimentary visuals, but you don't need to see at all to play them.

In the past, video games were largely inaccessible to people with visual impairments. So all the in-world stuff is constructed through sound. It's an onset from albinism. Essentially, the condition that I have is that my eyes move back and forth without me being able to control them. Blindness is more like a spectrum, with some vision at one end, and zero vision at the other. So one way is for example, a character's footsteps [sfx].

Connor: Same, for things like water [sfx]your character will either fall in [sfx] or be walking like in a stream or something.

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Get a one-month free trial of a Premium Membership at skillshare. Connor: So I am not a developer. Connor even created an original audio game called Beyond the Ice. To make the game, Connor had to make sure every detail was explained through audio.

It might tell you how much health or ammo you have, or what items you have equipped. So depending on what surface your character is walking on, there may be different sounds. How do I make this interesting? There are first person shooters like Shades of Doom, which is inspired by the Doom franchise [sfx: Shades of Doom].

For Connor, a big part of what makes Swamp so great comes down to its developer, Jeremy Kaldobsky. Since the text adventure days, audio games have gotten a lot more advanced. Steve: I have a condition that's actually called nystagmus. Sounds are also used very much panning from left to right [sfx]. This episode was written and produced by Jack Glover.

But these days, game makers are adding all kinds of innovative options to make their games more accessible. For instance, when characters are talking, there might be text captions and recorded dialogue. But in some cases, sound makes up the entirety of the game. For people with visual impairments, gaming can sometimes be a struggle.

Many of these early PCs came with text-to-speech engines. Steve is a big advocate for accessibility in gaming, and he hosts a Youtube channel called Blind Gamer with Steve Saylor. It was basically like a Choose Your Own Adventure book in video game form. He looks at you as if deciding whether or not to eat you. These days, they also include music, sound effects, and dialogue.

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And role-playing games like Paladin of the Sky [sfx: Paladin of the Sky]. But in recent years, the accessibility of mainstream games has ramped up a lot, and these games have started to include some really cool options. up at Indeed. This could be as straightforward as Slippy telling you which button to push in Starfox In most video games, sound adds extra information on top of what you see on screen.

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Learn more about the Sable application for developing audio games. So your character would know when it's hit a road that it maybe wants to follow. Many of them also integrate with the text to speech engines that most blind gamers already have set up on their computers. Connor: The game developer has spent a lot of time getting to know the blind community. Steve: I would mostly watch my brother play video games [sfx: Mario NES] … sure, it would've been great to play those games, but I just felt, at the time, that I sucked at them.

So, it's hard to distinguish which is which. But it turned out that there was a very specific reason why Steve was struggling. My coding skills are limited. I just felt like, "Well, I can't really see the screen that well, so that's probably why I suck.

So if you need to aim to kill something in the game [sfx] you'll want that sound to move as your character moves so that you then can orient your character in relation to whatever it is you're shooting at. Connor: So audio games are games which primarily don't have any visuals.

Art by Jon McCormack. But it was really fun. Steve: I realized, my entire life, that I'd been telling myself I sucked at video games, but in reality, it was that video games sucked for me. Dragon hide is tough as steel, but you have succeeded in annoying him a bit. Actually, my mom beat Mario before my brother and I did.

Steve: I have a inch TV that's about a foot and a half away from me. Steve: Nine out of 10 people who say they are blind, do have some vision. In general, most video games are very visually-focused. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.

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So for gaming, I really need audio cues and everything to be able to be accessed completely non-visually. Steve: Yeah, generally what we would like to be able to see, at least from a blind player's perspective, is large text or the ability to be able to control the size of the text within either the menus or the in-game HUD, or he up display. Steve: Also, the ability to separate the important information on the screen as compared to the environment, because there's times where enemies or your own allies are blended in with the game environment themselves.