De Ontdekker en het Mysterie van de Diamanten Scarabee

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  • Accessibility rating: 10.0
  • Fun rating: 4.0

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De Ontdekker en het Mysterie van de Diamanten Scarabee is the first Wii game made for and with blind and seeing children.

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Release date:
May 01, 2017
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  • blind
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  • low vision
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  • color blind
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  • tremor
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  • one arm
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  • one key
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  • no voice
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  • deaf
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  • illiterate
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  • epilepsy
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  • The game is played using a Wii balance board. The player has to lean forward for the avatar to move forward, left to go left, lean back to go back etc. The player moves on an invisible grit, and has to find treasures using a beeping device. When you’re close to a treasure the beeping goes faster. It’s a very easy game, there isn’t much of a menu, and all the instructions are given to you by audio very slowly. So this game is impossible to play for a person with an hearing impairment, but it’s very compatible for children or people with a mental/cognitive and ofcourse visual impairment.

    Review by: JelleH. on November 4, 2015

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