Have you heard about Train Jam? It’s an amazing journey for developers, led by Adriel Wallick and John Lindvay, from Chicago to San Diego, culminating at the annual Game Developers Conference. You get to see some of America’s most beautiful sites, all while developing a game with your closest 300+ indie devs and a […]
2016 was an amazing year for game accessibility and the AbleGamers charity. We saw new heights to the awareness levels for gamers with disabilities and more recognition than ever before. We started the Expansion Pack program to give rehabilitation centers, long-term living facilities, and care homes entire setups with cutting-edge assistive technology, the latest games, […]
The Playstation Experience 2016 took place in Anaheim, California, bringing game developers from all over the world to show off their newest projects. AbleGamers staff were there to speak to these developers and the gamers attending the convention about our mission. The experience allowed for Ablegamers to spread the message of Accessibility to hundreds of […]
On Tuesday, December 13th we donned our leather jackets, tuned up our guitars, and rocked out with our friends at Harmonix live on Twitch. The purpose of this live stream was twofold: to premiere Rock Band 4’s December update (released on December 14th) and to raise money to send more grants to gamers. Included in […]
Harpers Ferry, WV (June 1, 2016) – AbleGamers – the leading charity and organization wielding the power of gaming to break down the barriers of economic and social isolation for people with disabilities – is thrilled to announce a winner has been chosen for the first AbleGamers Fellowship.