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Author Topic: Accessibility Game: Tone Memory  (Read 1819 times)

Deozaan

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Accessibility Game: Tone Memory
« on: September 24, 2006, 02:43:46 PM »
I've been trying to create a simple accessibility game for the visually impaired that uses audio tones to give clues on how to solve the puzzle. Lo and behold, today I came across a memory game that uses sounds instead of pictures.

It comes in four different sized grids, increasing the difficulty: 4x3, 4x5, 6x6, and 6x6 where the tones swap places with each other if it isn't a match. Here are a few thumbails of the game in action:

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Tone Memory - Menu.pngAccessibility Game: Tone Memory
The main menu

Tone Memory - Match 1.pngAccessibility Game: Tone Memory
I've just matched two tones so they are disappearing

Tone Memory - Match!.pngAccessibility Game: Tone Memory
I got a match!

After you've finished, it tells you how long you took, your accuracy, and other things.

Now go give Tone Memory a try on zefrank.com.

Also worth mentioning (though not specifically accessibility friendly) is zefrank's Animated Memory which has you matching animated pictures instead of just static images.

« Last Edit: September 24, 2006, 02:46:22 PM by Deozaan »