A new online tool has launched right now that provides detailed accessibility info on a rising listing of contemporary video games. The Accessible Games Database, created by video games accessibility platform DAGERSystem, permits customers to pick the accessibility choices they want after which view a listing of video games that embrace these options.

Currently, the Accessible Games Database contains info on 141 video games, and contains filters for greater than 70 accessibility options. There are extra filters to slender down the listing to indicate solely video games from particular publishers or in particular genres, and you may choose ESRB scores as properly.

Say you need an open-world game that features display filters for deuteranopia, a type of red-green colourblindness. You’d add these filters to the listing on the left facet of the Accessible Games Database touchdown web page, and also you’d see that each Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Cyberpunk 2077 match the invoice. Maybe you need an RTS game that allows you to pause the gameplay and allow subtitles – the database will let you know that Halo Wars, Halo Wars 2, and Pikmin 3 Deluxe embrace all of these options.

Here’s an introductory video that explains how the database works:

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DAGERSystem says the database’s small number of video games is rising day by day. The concept is to supply disabled gamers with a tool that may take the guesswork out of shopping for video games – they’ll as a substitute be capable of guarantee that a game is accessible to them earlier than they commit to purchasing it.