Voice Output Game

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Chillingham

Chillingham is a voice output game program designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. After receiving a desperate letter from a friend, the player travels to the village of Chillingham and begins a quest to find her, while at the same time fighting just to stay alive. A four-key interface enables the player to travel throughout the village and surrounding countryside; collect, use, combine, or give away various items; examine locations and objects; talk to people and other

Geosafari Talking Globe & Geosafari Talking Globe Jr

The GeoSafari Talking Globe and GeoSafari Talking Globe Jr are voice output globes with built-in electronic geographical quiz games suitable for children with learning disabilities or low vision. Games may be played by one to four individual players or teams and may be customized to three skill levels. The GeoSafari Talking Globe asks and answers over 10,000 questions about countries, capitals, cities, rivers, oceans, landmarks, and national songs. The GeoSafari Jr version features a simplified

Learning Sensations Numberspinner

The Learning Sensations NumberSpinner is a math skills game designed for use by children age three years and up with visual, cognitive, or learning disabilities. This interactive spinner incorporates three learning modes that help children recognize how numbers look and sound, learn to count, and learn number sequencing. When children are ready to progress, a button switches the learning mode to simple addition and subtraction. Music and sound add to the fun.

Letter Factory Game

The Letter Factory Game is a board game designed for use by children with cognitive or learning disabilities ages three and above. It has a "grow-with-me" format that makes the Letter Factory Game two games: a color and letter matching game for younger players, and for older children it turns into a race around the board to find letters by their sounds, teaching letter sound association. Crazy phonics songs, wacky Professor Quigley's voice and silly letter sounds make this a game one where no re

Molat Bingo Machine

Electronic game playing machine for visually handicapped people. Sixteen different games, including Bingo, can be selected and played. The machine prompts the player and confirms the game selected in an audible voice. Operates on a 3 hour battery or a 120V battery charger which is included. Complete operating manual and a video tape (1/2 inch VHS) are available.

Odyssey Iii Talking Globe

The Odyssey III Talking Globe is an interactive educational toy designed for teaching geography to children with learning disabilities or low vision. The globe may also be adapted for the use of blind children by applying tactile markers such as High Marks, high dots, or Wikki Stix (see separate entries). When a spot on the Odyssey III globe is touched with a special pen that comes with the globe, a clear synthesized voice speaks the name of the city, state, country or ocean that has been touche

Superman Magic 8 Ball

The Superman Magic 8 Ball is a voice output toy designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It is a talking version of a toy with 20 fortune-telling phrases, first introduced in the early 1950s. This electronic version features 20 recorded messages related to Superman. WEIGHT: 2 pounds. COLOR: Yellow.

Talking Family Guy Magic 8 Ball

The Talking Family Guy Magic 8 Ball is a voice output toy designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It is a talking version of a toy with 20 fortune-telling phrases, first introduced in the early 1950s. This version features 20 recorded phrases used by the Griffin Family on the animated TV series Family Guy. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 2.25 x 7 x 5.5 inches. COLOR: Blue.

Talking Master Mouse Computer

The Talking Master Mouse Computer is an educational, electronic toy computer with mouse designed to introduce computer skills and develop math, pre-school spelling, and vocabulary skills. This toy may be appropriate for use by children with low vision due to the bright, contrasting colors of the overlay inserts, keyboard, and screen, as well as the high contrast black on white large print keypad. Activity cards are inserted into the top of the "monitor", and the voice output guides the child thr

Talking Simpsons Magic 8 Ball

The Talking Simpsons Magic 8 Ball is a voice output toy designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It is a talking version of a toy with 20 fortune-telling phrases, first introduced in the early 1950s. This version features 20 recorded phrases used by characters on the Simpsons animated TV series. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 2.25 x 7 x 5.5 inches. WEIGHT: 7.8 ounces. COLOR: Red.

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