Minecraft

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  • Accessibility rating: 8.0
  • Fun rating: 10.0

Description

Minecraft is a game about breaking and placing blocks. At first, people built structures to protect against nocturnal monsters, but as the game grew players worked together to create wonderful, imaginative things.

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Release date:
November 20, 2017
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How to play Minecraft

Accessibility score

  • 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 phenomenon that is minecraft cannot be denied. The game is so open ended that it has been compared with lego with zombies that attack during the night to test your buildings. I have gladly given this game 5 stars for fun.

    But how accessible is it? The game cannot be played by sound alone and the game is not a one-button game. This knocks one out of five stars of the accessibility rating. But apart from those two problems the game (despite it’s complexity) is rather accessible. The complexity is rather optional and players can build grand structures with dirt and stone, without diving into the complex possibilities of redstone and enchanting for example. The large amount of customizations certainly makes the game a lot more accessible. On “peaceful” mode, non of the time pressure and almost none of the scary things are present, giving the player unlimited time to find things out on their own. On “creative” mode this is coupled with unlimited resources.

    The lack of a clear in game tutorial and help knocks another star from the rating, but if the gamer can use the internet, there is a lot of help out there, in plain html text.

    I see no dangers for epilepsy and there is very little to no text in the game itself.

    Review by: on August 6, 2015

  • game for everyone only hit upon yourself your limits

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