It is rare that a new site about accessibility launches and even more rare to have one launch aimed specifically at developers.  Game Accessibility Code has just opened to provide a central location referencing Github repositories.

The idea is that if you as a developer want to add a specific accessible feature you can refer to the site and through it find your way to the open source code that will allow you to add the feature.

Game Accessibility Coding uses the guidance at to suggest possible features that you would want to add.  The site is still a work in progress, but the structure seems sound and so far they have 7 different sets of code covering Java, JavaScript, PHP and using the Unity engine mainly focused on those with visual issues.

If you are a dev looking to add more accessible features to your game or app and should be among the first places you check out.

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