Tag Archives: Games

EyeMine Is A Free Software That Lets People Play Minecraft With Their Eyes — Assistive Technology Blog

EyeMine software offer individuals with mobility impairment access to Minecraft hands free. Read Venkat’s review on this new access method for playing Minecraft! There are many young people and children who love to play Minecraft. However, some, because of their … Continue reading

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Cut the Buttons App

Cut the Buttons is a free app (but with in app purchases) for iPhone and iPad that actually resembles a fine motor task. Promoting use of the iPad as a fine motor tool stretches my professional sense of what fine motor involves … Continue reading

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Words Mine – A Tetris-like Word Game for iPad

See on Scoop.it – OT mTool Kit Words Mine is a free iPad app that combines elements of Tetris with spelling games. The challenge of Words Mine is to spell words quickly before the screen fills up with blocks. Each … Continue reading

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Candy Cards – Panther Technology Game App

Do you like to play CANDY LAND – Kingdom of the Sweets Board Game with your students or kids but need a more accessible method of participation for them? Candy Cards  app, one of the  Pounce Games  developed by the Panther Technology  … Continue reading

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