Media Molecule has updated its Dreams accessibility playlist that highlights player-created titles.
The official Dreams Awesome Accessibility page has been updated as part of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) (Thanks, Mark Friend!). The playlist contains a list of player-created content called Dreams and they are categorized into specific categories.
Examples of content categories that fall under the Awesome Accessibility playlist are; Family Fun, Only One Button, Two Button Games, No Camera Motion, Impossible to Fail, and Dreams for All. These games
Dreams is a creative title that allows players to create their own experiences, from games, films, art, or whatever they design. The game can be played with or without a PS VR headset and comes packed with ways to create models, audio design tools, and “thousands of creations” from the game’s community.
In 2020, the studio released a post that detailed settings that had accessibility in mind. These included non-gyro controls that allow for stick control, toggles and holds, camera fine-tuning, vibration strength, and more.
While user-generated content is stated that it cannot guarantee that all creations are accessible, the post from 2020 does detail that the studio wants to “empower creators to make their games accessible too and we have plans to help build on this in future.”