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Written by people with disabilities but intended for everyone, Accessible Gaming Quarterly takes a close look at a wide range of topics related to disability and analog games. Our contributing authors share annecdotes, advise, and art for everyone to experience.
In this first issue, released to Kickstarter backers in July 2020 and available now for general sale, we explore topics related to gaming with disabilities, playing disabled characters, and attending conventions. Articles include:
1. “Forward: Accessibility is the New Normal” by Justin Oldham
2. “Playing Blind” by Jacob Wood
3. “A Different Vision of RPGs” by Justin Oldham
4. “Not Just Disadvantages” by T Dave Silva
5. Orc Sorceress Illustration and Background by Thomas Carter
6. “Reenvisioning Conventions” by Elsa Henry
7. “Power Outage Review” by Jacob Wood
The digital edition of this zine includes Vision Layers, which allows users to toggle between different viewing options in the PDF. Choose from color or black-and-white, with or without background elements, and text-only options. The PDF is also tagged for improved readability with screen readers.
This is the first issue of a quarterly series, and three additional issues were funded through Kickstarter. They are scheduled for release in October 2020, January 2021, and April 2021. To be notified when future issues are released, , pick up your copy of Issue 1 today.