Aaron Spelker is a Mobile Game enthusiast and writer. Aaron joins Jeff Thompson in the Blind Abilities Studio to share the resources he has created and the articles he has published as well as a novel. Aaron lost his sight suddenly and picked up the pieces by learning JAWS and has not looked back. His passion for gaming led him down a dead end street so he decided to build his own platform across multiple social networks and bring awareness to accessible gaming. His efforts have bridged developers and influencers to gamers to open the conversation about accessibility.
Here are some helpful links provided by Aaron Spelker:
If you want to read long-form reviews of accessible mobile games or hear interviews with game developers and influencers about accessibility, then join the ‘Apple iPhone iOS Voiceover Compatible Games’ Facebook group. If you have any games or content related to accessible gaming, feel free to promote it to the Facebook community.
If you are interested in daily accessibility gaming news, follow Aaron on Twitter:
Mobile Accessible Games (@amspelker) / Twitter
Read articles about accessible gaming, check out Aaron’s list of articles he has contributed to PocketGamer.com
Articles by Aaron Spelker | Pocket Gamer
If you want to see interviews with game developers and accessibility influencers about the state of accessible gaming, subscribe to Aaron’s YouTube channel.
If you want to read a novel about a global SARS pandemic that was written before COVID-19 happened, check out Aaron’s book ‘The Bubonic Reorder’ on Amazon and on Bookshare
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