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     MagaCarter updated 8 months, 1 week ago 4 Members · 5 Posts
  • MagaCarter

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    February 5, 2020 at 5:50 pm
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    what are some ideas for disablities Do you want to see?

    I want to see

    autism
    wheelchairs -but I know this means accessible counters, wheel-in showers/baths, counterless stovetops.
    deaf
    blind

    If it’s possible the ability to have non-disabled paras raise (ie: house train and socalize) puppies. Then give it to a school to become a service dog.

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  • Amazing_Star

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    February 8, 2020 at 12:00 pm
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    I would like to see learning disabilities in game – dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalculia.

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    I think physical disabilities such as using a wheelchair or missing a limb or being blind could work. However, I think doing mental disorders/disabilities is too complicated to do justice, it would probably just come off as tacky and very surface level. I personally do not want my characters to have ADHD or OCD because I deal with that in real life… I don’t want it in a game that I’m using to escape a little.
    I personally think that having traits such as nervous/neurotic, restless, hyper, gloomy etc would be enough tbh

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    [quote quote=6921]I think physical disabilities such as using a wheelchair or missing a limb or being blind could work. However, I think doing mental disorders/disabilities is too complicated to do justice, it would probably just come off as tacky and very surface level. I personally do not want my characters to have ADHD or OCD because I deal with that in real life… I don’t want it in a game that I’m using to escape a little.[/quote]

    Surely the same could be said for people who require a wheelchair or are missing a limb? Don’t they want to escape as well?
    I agree with the idea that mental disabilities shouldn’t be in the game though. They’re far too complex to be put in a simulation game like this.

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    February 13, 2020 at 8:55 pm
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    [quote quote=6924]

    I think physical disabilities such as using a wheelchair or missing a limb or being blind could work. However, I think doing mental disorders/disabilities is too complicated to do justice, it would probably just come off as tacky and very surface level. I personally do not want my characters to have ADHD or OCD because I deal with that in real life… I don’t want it in a game that I’m using to escape a little.

    Surely the same could be said for people who require a wheelchair or are missing a limb? Don’t they want to escape as well?
    I agree with the idea that mental disabilities shouldn’t be in the game though. They’re far too complex to be put in a simulation game like this.

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    But there are also disablied people who want to be included in the Video games, etc

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