Microsoft releases four new games, you can play them using your eyes

Microsoft today released four new games in the Microsoft Store. These games are powered by Windows 10 eye tracking APIs and can be played using your eyes. You will need a compatible eye tracker device and a Windows PC with Windows 10 April 2018 update (version 1803) or later to enjoy these games.

Playing these games is a great way to get familiar with using eye control, learn the skills to apply to other eye gaze-enabled assistive technologies, and simply to have some fun.

These are the games that were released today.

  • Eyes First – Tile Slide: Practice your skills by using your eyes to slide the tiles back into order to solve the puzzles.
  • Eyes First – Match Two: Exercise your mind and eyes with match two! Flip cards to reveal images, and match up all the pairs to win the game.
  • Eyes First – Double Up: Use your eyes to slide all the tiles to collide like numbers to double them until you reach 2048 (or higher).
  • Eyes First – Maze: Learn how to dwell with your eyes and navigate Lunita through each maze to help her find her way home.

You can download these games for free from Microsoft Store.

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