Game over: learning by dying

@inproceedings{Grammenos2008GameOL,
  title={Game over: learning by dying},
  author={Dimitris Grammenos},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2008}
}
This paper presents the design and evaluation of "Game Over!", which is the world's first universally inaccessible game (i.e., a game that can be played by no one). The game is meant to be used as an educational tool for disseminating and teaching game accessibility guidelines. This is achieved by providing game developers a first-hand (frustrating) experience of how it feels interacting with a game that is not accessible, due to the fact that important design rules were not considered or… CONTINUE READING
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