I have a disability and I am insulted you're focusing on games. I need a way to type quicker so I can work. I have a degree from Berkeley. Right now I can only type at 15 words a minute if yall could figure out how people like me can type at 30 words per minute it would change my life. Instead you're making games? Salve real problems stop with this nonsense.3 votes
It would be helpful for some users to have a target to focus on from the onset of the game. So for instance having the option to have the little dots that appear after you go over the spaces visible from the start (they can appear on all the spaces to make it more challenging) Just might help in targeting/focusing the eyes, especially for younger users and those with apraxia!
Thanks for these games- excited that my 6 year old has some new games to explore!2 votes
Since the launch of the Eyes First games last week (blog: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/accessibility/2019/06/18/eyesfirstgame/ and website: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/product/eyes-first/games-and-apps/) we wanted to make sure that with the UserVoice connection in place, that we were able to track any Eyes First games queries coming in.1 vote
This is a link to the Eyes First Collection for customers that play games using eye tracking technology. Feel free to use the Eyes First Apps category whenever you want to give feedback on this product https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/product/eyes-first/games-and-apps/1 vote
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