The game “Game for Disability” is about the main character who has a friend named Oliver. Oliver was disabled and he really loved games, so he decided to create a special headset that whatever your thinking, the game character does it. He had to go to school and get the part but the janitors and the teachers took the part and hid it somewhere. There are secret places in the school that have questions. If you guess all of them correctly you can get the part, but if you dont you get teleport to the beginning of the questions. When the character has all the parts he must put it together and give it to Oliver to try, and since it's a story game, all you have to do is press the green flag and enjoy the show. We chose this topic because most of disabled people can't do things as much as normal people do, so building a special set for them so they can feel normal. This could affect society because new technology is made everyday so when we use those technology into good it can change the people around us.
We create a slide show to show and highlight some of our designs we created for sprites and backdrops through graphic design. The link we provided is for our actual game.
The topic of inclusion and disabilities is a difficult topic to take on but I believe the concept of your game is a wonderful way to get your message out. I believe it will also help teach empathy to those who play the game. Great research and idea!
Using virtual reality to make an inclusive video game for people of all different abilities is a good idea. I like the narrative aspects and the scavenger-hunt format of the game. It would be nice to include Oliver more in the action.
I love how you've used innovative player controls in this storytelling game! This could be incorporated as an inline chatbot game as well. I also like the colors, the graphics used. You're addressing a very important and often-neglected topic, and I encourage to continue to further think about how you can develop this even further.
Wow! There are a lot of details and story in this game, which is really fun! You obviously thought through a lot of logic for this game, and it shows! Good work!
I love the concept of this game and I love that it aims to be inclusive! The animation of the character was really well done, as was the background designs. Something to consider if you take the game farther might be ways for the character in the wheelchair to be actively involved in the game.
This is very thoughtful!
This project is great because people need to know what difficulties other go through and theirs lives are very different from each other.