Voting: Which game would you like to have on Linux?

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at
Mon Feb 28 17:03:31 UTC 2022


in fact, AudioGo was actually started as a Windows project, and was even
made upto a pretty usable state, even though without an official release.

In the mean time, though, there is a better option to play Go for blind
people on Windows.

Go was officially added to QuentinC's Playroom:

Personally, I find this very exciting, even though unfortunately, Linux
is not supported as of now.

I've attended a discussion about its support:

And while I see bots most likely won't make it into the web version, I
hope Aminiel will add at least a P2P version soon.

AudioGo will at least be still relevant.

Btw, are you interested in the game?

I'm trying to compose a blind Go community:

Without a lot of success, eh, XD but someone appears from time to time,
so I believe we might be able to make up for a blind go tournament one day.

After all, there was an Othello tournament on Playroom in the past,
which I attended, and had a lot, lot of fun in a very exciting match.

Best regards


Dňa 27. 2. 2022 o 22:24 Linux for blind general discussion napísal(a):
> I would love an accessible version of Go. Any chance of your audio
> version being ported to Windows?
> On 2/27/22, Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at> wrote:
>> O, I can't resist. What about some of the older DOS World Series Baseball
>> games? In addition-and-since I am not a programmer, but as an Aquarian,
>> sometimes a dreamer, I wished I could have created a Boxing game, however,
>> with
>> the flare of when Boxing was on Radio. Certainly you would certainly use
>> your
>> left-and-right arrows to punch. Also, the late Jim Kitchen suggested, you
>> would
>> decide before a round began which type of fight? a for agressive, maybe an r
>> for rope a dope. I suppose unless you were to get an announcer with
>> experience
>> to record samples for a game such as that, I `really wouldn't think any
>> speech
>> synthisizer can adequately do play-by-play or in this case blow-by-blow. I
>> am
>> sure I've had this dream since the 90s, not2mention probably no1 under 60
>> would
>> hardly remember Boxing on Radio.
>> Chime
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