Back in February, Martinez Patch was on hand at the to document the various student forays into the wonders and challenges of science adn technology. The first place entry was by ten-year-old Dylan Vitale, who created a game called "Quaky's Quest," which he designed to be played by his blind grandmother.
Dylan and his mom were both proud that night, but since then, his game has caught the attention of a national video game blog, Kotaku, where he is featured in a story about his creation.
Martinez Patch tips its hat to this innovative and thoughtful young man, who wanted to share his love of video games with his blind grandmother, and not finding any such game on the market, figured out how to make one himself.
The future seems to be in good hands.