Google Play is using their second Google Play Awards during their annual Google I/O discussion on May 18th during 6:30pm PDT. These awards will respect a dozen categories, some new and some returning from final year. There’s an intriguing brew of indies adult for awards, along with some large names, VR apps for Cardboard and Daydream, and some games popping adult in not-exactly-games categories.
You can check out a whole list of categories on Google Play, though here are a applicable games categories:
One thing that’s quite cold is that a diversion is nominated in a Best Accessibility Experience category: A Blind Legend [Free]. The diversion uses binaural sound and no visuals to bond a actor to a game, and Google has seen fit to commission it for their accessibility award. This is unequivocally cool, since these games that go out of their approach to give an knowledge to players with visible impairments merit to be recognized. Shaun Musgrave’s essay from 2015 about this really subject is still a good read.