I suppose I should introduce myself first. My name is Shaun Musgrave, and I'm a writer over at Touch Arcade. We're a site focused on iOS gaming news, reviews, and so on. Last week, I did an article about King Of Dragon Pass and one of the members here, Zack, commented about how its great in terms of accessibility. It's honestly not something I've ever thought much about before as a sighted gamer, but Zack's comment led me to get in touch with him and another member here over Twitter. I pitched an idea for an article to my boss covering accessibility in iOS gaming, and he eagerly agreed that it would be a good topic to write about. What has followed over the last week have been numerous conversations with Zack, Michael, and around a dozen iOS developers, some of whom have provided excellent accessibility in their titles, and some who have not. I've learned a lot over the last several days, but I still have a lot to hear about.
I'm coming here today because as part of my article, I'd like to put together a list of the ten best accessible iOS games. Of course, tastes vary, so I wanted to hear from as many people as possible. I saw some in your hall of fame, but not quite enough to round out a list of ten. So if you folks could let me know your favorite accessible iOS games, I'd be very appreciative. Similarly, if you have any stories or messages you'd like to share with me for the article, I'd be happy to listen. Touch Arcade is a pretty well-known site, so I think we can definitely bring some attention to this issue. At the same time, this is really not our usual type of article, and I don't know when or if I'll be able to cover it specifically again, so I want to make this one count.
If this isn't in the right section of your forum, I apologize. Thanks in advance for any help you can give me in this matter.