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WeDidIt Brings Gaming to the Disabled

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Re: Game on!!
AnandY   6/25/2014 3:27:30 AM
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The AbleGamers foundation has really helped a lot of disabled people who would like also to join in the fun. It is unfair having to be restricted from having some fun due to disability. Most disabled kids out there really yearn to get that gaming experience that many healthy living kids do. By partnering with gaming companies in order to make gaming services accessible to these innocent children, it serves to show that disability isn't inability.

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Daniyal_Ali   6/14/2014 7:08:31 AM
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Thanks for sharing Cabe. The AbleGamers foundation is really helping the disabled people in enjoying the gaming experience as much as normal people do. Will the gaming equipment being used for the WeDidIt campaign be customizable and accessible to all types of disabled people? Or will it vary from person to person based on the type of disability?

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