[thelist] Help

Steven Pierce steven.pierce at gmail.com
Tue Jul 15 18:47:56 CDT 2008

There are some game sites out there, that allow games to be tested for
the end of the programming period.  You get the game if you giving them good

Hold on....


Follow this link, it will give you a little help.  Doing a Google search
like this
does give a lot of good info.


Steven P

On Tue, Jul 15, 2008 at 2:13 AM, Leona Thorpe <leona.thorpe at devon.gov.uk>

> >> I'm working with a young man who will be 18 in January. He is on the
> >> autistic spectrum, which means he has issues with his social skills.
> >> He's reasonably intelligent but has missed quite a lot of school due
> >> to bullying etc. He's completed a year on a college carpentering
> >> course, as it was something he could do and his dad works for ROK and
> >> had doors into less skilled work for him, but he can't really cope
> >> with the social interaction that this work would require.
> >>
> >> He is obsessed with gaming, and is really keen to get into testing
> >> games. I know this is a niche job (and probably extremely
> >> oversubscribed) but he would be really good at it...and I need to
> find
> >> some way in for him that isn't testing games just prior to release
> (ie
> >> getting them for free in return for feedback).
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> leona
> Leona Thorpe
> Social Worker - Transitions
> (01392) 383763
> Exeter Joint Agency for Children with Special Needs
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