You Can Play These New Microsoft Games Using Just Your Eyes

We have seen Microsoft work on several products for the specially-abled such as the Xbox Adaptive Controller. Taking this initiative one step further, the company has released four new Eyes First games on Microsoft Store.

These games run on Windows 10 eye tracking APIs and can be played using just your eyes. All you need is a compatible eye tracker device and a Windows PC that runs Windows 10 April 2018 update (version 1803) or higher to play these games.

Microsoft improved accessibility on Windows 10 a couple of years ago by adding native support for eye-tracking technology to the OS. It enables a whole new level of navigation experience through the user’s eyes.

The four “Eyes First” games in question are re-engineered versions of popular games meant exclusively for eye control. The first one is Tile Slide, where players have to drag around tiles with numbers on them and reorganize them in order.

Another game, called Match Two, requires users to find two similar pictures in a grid of hidden images. The third game, Double Up, is just like the popular 2048 games that went viral a few years ago.

Lastly, in Maze, the players need to find their way through a puzzling labyrinth.

All the games mentioned above are now available on the Microsoft Store and can be downloaded from the links above.

Also Read: Huawei: 100% Refund To Users If Facebook & Play Store Apps Don’t Work

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