By Amy Mason
Editor's note: this post is adapted from Amy's notes for a presentation to a group of game developers, and geared toward that group, but includes sources for accessible games as well.
This list is not all-inclusive, instead it is meant to act as a springboard for further research and learning. It provides a mixture of different resources including guidance and developer documents, example games to give developers an opportunity to try non-visual gaming, and sites for further reading.
Guidelines and Best Practices
Inclusive gaming is still a fairly young field, however, there are already a number of reference materials that should be beneficial to developers when working to build inclusive games.