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The very first Nintendo Wii-game which can be played by blind or visually impaired children!

In this game you will be playing Ben the archeologist, who searches for the Temple of the Diamond Scarab and runs into the enchanted Egyptian princess Tiri. Together they try to escape from the temple and it's dangers...

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This game is the first game for blind, visually impaired and sighted children, because both visuals and sounds are used in an optimal way. This way the game can be played together by blind and visually impaired with their sighted siblings and friends! The game is intended for children between 6 and 12 years of age. It also encourages the development of the locomotion of blind children using the Wii Balance Board. The game has the aim of promoting motor skills, a trait which is underdeveloped in blind children.

The game has been developed together with experts in the fields of physiotherapy, game design and most important of all the true experts in gameplay; the blind, visually impaired and sighted children themselves. This to ensure an experience that is completely fits to the needs and demands of the end users!

There is limited number of copies available for consumers in the PAL region. Please order here.

We would like to come into contact with possible publishers and ditributors for publishing this game. We are also interested in (international) institutions that want to use 'The Explorer' and it’s beneficial effects within their organizations by purchasing multiple copies. If you are interested, please contact us!


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Participating parties

MAD multimedia and Little Chicken Game Company

MAD multimedia and Little Chicken Game Company

MAD multimedia develops, produces and distributes leading, interactive concepts and complete on-line campaigns. Our knowledge, extensive experience and creativity guarantees that your message will reach the target group in the most effective form. MAD multmedia is the publisher of the game 'The Explorer'. Visit the website

Little Chicken Game Company is a company with a growing number of designers, programmers, audio designers and communication specialists. Little Chicken operates in two different areas: Game Development and Marketing Communication. The games that are developed by Little Chicken, have ‘next gen’ console quality, are well thought through and fit the target group. Little Chicken Game Company is the developer of the game 'The Explorer'. Visit the website


The game was developed together with the following parties (GAMBAS):

Principal Blue

Principal Blue

Principal Blue is a network organisation with over 15 years of experience in the field of proces improvement, knowledge management, innovation, quality management and change management. By analysing business processes, defining realistic goals and supporting employees in implementing new technologies, we realise improvements on individual achievements of staff and throughout the organisation. Visit the website

TNO

TNO

TNO Information and Communication Technology is a unique centre of innovation in the Netherlands that brings together the ICT and Telecom disciplines of TNO. We help companies, government bodies and (semi-)public organisations to realise successful innovations in ICT. Visit the website

Koninklijke Visio

Royal Dutch Visio

We support partially sighted and blind people in fulfilling their wish to live, learn, set up house and work independently. We are a reliable partner that works target-driven and coherent and aims for customer satisfaction. Respect for the customer and the quality of his or her life comes first. The customer inspires us to be competent, creative and flexible. To be able to do so we continuously work on the development of our knowledge and the innovation of care, rehabilitation and education. Naturally we cooperate with other parties, both national and international. Visit the website

Provincie Goningen / EU

Province of Groningen / European Community

This project is co-sponsored by the European Community, the European Fund for Regional Development and the Province of Groningen, Innovative Action Programme Groningen-2. Visit the website