In collaboration with the Kennedy Day School at St. Franciscan's Hospital, we are developing software games for children with physical and cognitive challenges. Most of these games can be played with a single mouse-click or keyboard-press (one-switch games).
These games are developed as part of our undergraduate Software Engineering course, a junior- or senior-level elective class in the Computer Science department.
Below are the games produced as part of the Spring 2009 class. All of the games are developed using the Adobe Flex language, and they run in any web browser using the free Adobe Flash plug-in.
Please enjoy these games, and send any feedback to
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