Full Moon Honey Heist Play by Post

Everyone-Games 2022 is coming up this September 30th and October 1st, to bring awareness to tabletop and video game accessibility. As part of the event, we will be hosting a Play by Post game of Honey Heist, on the Knights of the Braille Discord server. Honey Heist is a short TTRPG written by Grant HowittContinue reading “Full Moon Honey Heist Play by Post”

Stardew Valley Community Game Night

Friday, September 30th 2022. Welcome to Stardew Valley, on PC, relaxing farming town and darling indie game loved by thousands. One might think blind and low-vision gamers can’t play, but that would be wrong. With a few mods, blind players too can harvest parsnips, slash slimes, and fork over their hard-earned gold to Pierre’s shop…Continue reading “Stardew Valley Community Game Night”

Accessible TTRPG Documents Workshop

Friday, September 30th, 2022. Layout is about more than just making the text look good on paper. With so many forms of print disability out there, digital tools in the TTRPG space need to provide greater accessibility than ever as the hobby grows around the world. This panel discussed recommended techniques, considerations, and suggestions forContinue reading “Accessible TTRPG Documents Workshop”

Representation in Gaming Panel

Friday, September 30th, 2022. People are different, gamers are different and so should characters be. This panel explored inclusion and representation, in TTRPGs and video games, of characters from across the spectra of gender, origin and disability.What does it mean to be inclusive in in RPGs? After all, aren’t all fantasy worlds inclusive by default?Continue reading “Representation in Gaming Panel”

Accessibility in Gaming Panel

Saturday, October 1st 2022. Fifteen percent of the worlds population is disabled and a lot of them are and want to be gamers. This panel went into the challenges in making, playing and assisting with video games, to get more people to play them, with a focus on multiplayer games. Video games have an incredibleContinue reading “Accessibility in Gaming Panel”

Charity Profile: Stack Up

The Everyone-Games team is incredibly excited to partner with Stack Up, for 2022. Read on to learn about this amazing organization and their goals. Stack Up is a 501(c)3 military charity supporting active and veteran service members from the US and allied nations by promoting positive mental health and suicide prevention through gaming and geek culture. We utilize aContinue reading “Charity Profile: Stack Up”

Charity Profile: Everyone Can

The Everyone-Games team is incredibly excited to partner with Everyone Can, for 2022. Read on to learn about this amazing organization and their goals. Everyone Can is a charity based in Manchester who assist people with disabilities by harnessing the power of assistive technology! We provide free assessments to individuals with disabilities to match technologyContinue reading “Charity Profile: Everyone Can”

Gearing Up For 2022

After getting dozens of people involved, raising $5000 and awareness for accessibility in tabletop and video gaming in 2021, Everyone-Games is coming back on September 30th and October 1st 2022. The team is bringing back several big names, to be announced soon. The schedule is taking shape with exciting games and insightful panels. TTRPG andContinue reading “Gearing Up For 2022”

Everyone-Games: A Vision For Accessibility

Accessibility in Gaming Everyone-Games in some way, shape, or form; from betting inside your own head, to playing an app on your smart device, to grabbing a controller, or pulling up a chair around a table. Games have been around since 6000 BCE, with the introduction of Mancala, to today‚Äôs high quality artificial intelligence programmed into a video game, and on toContinue reading “Everyone-Games: A Vision For Accessibility”