It’s been a whirlwind summer for DAGERSystem, and I’m excited to say that the technical parts of the Accessible Games Database are complete, and we know that when it launches it will become the premiere source of consumer protection in the area of accessibility in video games.
September 1st is right around the corner, and we’re collecting and entering game data every day so the AGD can be a useful service for disabled gamers at launch.
On behalf of everyone here at DAGERSystem, we hope you had a relaxing holiday no matter what you may have been celebrating.
The Accessible Games Database went live a week ago today, and the feedback from both the disabled gaming community and the games industry has been incredible and humbling. Thanks to your support in both the development and promotion of the AGD, we’ve reached many users for whom this service was built.
It’s been just over a month since the launch of The Accessible Games Database, and I want to share a bit about where it’s headed in the very near future.
The end of 2021 is almost upon us, and I’d like to share a bit about where DAGERSystem is headed in the coming months as well as give you a picture of where your donations before the end of the year will be applied.
This winter will see the Can I Play That? Awards returning for its fourth edition, recognizing and celebrating the phenomenal progress that continues to be made across the industry. Many of the same categories will be returning alongside a few new ones, and some extra surprises that we think you will love.
We would like to extend our sincerest thanks to Amazon Games for their recent donation. This contribution to DAGERSystem’s mission and The Accessible Games Database will ensure that the full version of the AGD will be a high-impact and scalable service when it goes live.
To celebrate, DAGERSystem has a few things going on, and we’d love for you to join us!
This month, we have an exciting update on our accessibility database project. As you know, we have been building a database of games sorted by accessibility features, so a user can input the features they need to access a game and receive a list of titles with those features.