Barrie Ellis’s One Switch site has turned 10 years old as a business today. The site which emphasise’s switch solutions for the severely learning or physically disabled and which sells adapted switch equipment is one of the stalwarts of the accessible gaming community.
As Barrie says on his blog :
It was started to share ideas and to try and make a small difference in the world.
It’s nice to look back, and I’m so pleased to have started this journey for the many wonderful and supportive people I’ve come into contact with. It’s good to look forward too.
He also previews that he is writing a book ‘One Switch 100’ which will be a retrospective of switch games and events from the 1960s onwards and that their shop will soon have solderless DIY switch interfaces and analogue controls available.
The site is well worth browsing through and a great resource for switch and disabled gaming. Check it out here.