Always very worth checkign out the GT Christmas games:
@themightyglider oh nice! i still need to have a proper sit-down with that one.
@adriendittrick Welcome to the Fediverse, Adrien!
Feel free to @ me if you have any questions
@liliaco Yeah true, I think accessibility is important to a lot more peoples' experiences than people think.
@daJoschi if you buy these you're banned fyi
the again, every computer program is also a tiny utopia—if only we can take the world out of context, i can tell you exactly how it works—and maybe it's that *formulation* (not the program that implements it, necessarily, or the artifacts it produces) that remains open, a permanent source of renewal. and in that sense procgen rhetorically operates like any other utopia (which brings us back to _The Dispossessed_ subtitled of course "An Ambiguous Utopia")
@liliaco Oh god tooo maaaaaaannnnny.
@liliaco I'm just very sensitive to some sounds. It's fine on recordings, but live the cymbals irritate me a bit.
That is a really cool goal! I try to keep a list of game making related #accessibility resources here:
so if you have anything to add that'd be really appreciated!! It's something I'm focused on at the moment with web-stuff in particular at the moment, but I have a lot of catching up to do.
@amydentata Hedgeladies OTOH-----
@liliaco (whoops sent toot to early) So you play other instruments then too?
@liliaco I got to play drums a little in highschool and took to it pretty well, but never went past that. I kinda hate cymbals....... But I do have a drum machine :)
Yeah, I think learning by ear really needs a teacher. A cool thing was that there were lots of blind students. The reason my parents started me on it was that they were told I was going blind too, but that didn't eventuate and I get by pretty fine with glasses now.
@liliaco (gosh I still hear music in violin fingerings, if that makes sense. Like instead of hearing A or B or G or something it's numbers 1-4 corresponding to the finger used for the note).
I'm learning about drum machines and synths now, but it's an expensive interest :(
@liliaco I never actually learnt to read music quickly. I learnt Suzuki Method, and I think the basis of that is to learn by ear. Really gave me a lot I think, and I really appreciate it now;even if I just wanted to learn the drums at the time.
Like we'd always get sheet music and could understand it, but I could never like play from it even when I started playing in a little orchestra.
Welcome to GM.S Lia!
Not sure if you're new to the Fediverse--let me know if you have any questions.
I also learnt the Violin for like six years, so you can test my memory and ask about that too ;3
Oh wow this is pretty:
@sg honestly making my own little super personalised os is like a dream
Nice to see you round again btw