I hope that more people can have access to games even with disability because it is people's right to have the ability to play games just as anything else in life. It is a great thing for us to strive towards allowing everyone to access the fullest potential to one's life.
I love what SpecialEffect does - it shares my hobby with more and more people, so they can enjoy the entertainment, escapism, community interaction and sense of accomplishment that I get from gaming. Games and playing are an intrinsic element of human nature and NO ONE should be barred from that - SE's efforts to overcome disability to bring the joy of gaming to all is a wonderful thing, and I love to see them succeed at it. <3
This is amazing, glad so many are making strides to making videogames more accessible for others.
In high school I was friends with a kid who had congenital amputation for both his arms, however, he was able, with a few home rigged solutions, play games on his computer, on PlayStation, and even would go to the arcade and play competitive racing games, though often by additional 'suffering' brusing, abrasions, and tenderness. I'm very happy tools like this to exist to help those that need them.
I think what SpecialEffect is doing is absolutely brilliant.
It might be a good idea to work directly with developers to make their games more accessible. Perhaps some sort of free advice to help them modify their games to make them work better for different people.