Road to Santiago

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Gaze-controlled adventure game (FULL GAME!)

The Road to Santiago - screen shot

The Road to Santiago (illustrated in the figure above) is a graphic adventure game that can be played solely by eye movements. The player guides the game character along the game. This is a full game (not only a demo version as earlier)!

To install The Road to Santiago, first download and uncompress the zip-packet. Depending on the version you download, run either Santiago_setup.exe or Santiago_light_setup.exe to install the game to your computer.

To operate The Road to Santiago, you need an eye tracking device that supports mouse emulation (or a headmouse or any other pointing device that supports mouse emulation). See the manual of your eye tracker to find out how to activate its mouse emulation program. Move the mouse cursor to point an item by looking at it. Select the item by staring at it for a while. The waiting time ("dwell time") needed to stare at an item to select it can be adjusted in the options menu (accessible from the main menu).

To play The Road to Santiago, select Programs>The Road to Santiago>The Road to Santiago on the Start menu. Make sure that the Windows desktop resolution is 1024x768 (recommended) or higher. Select Programs>The Road to Santiago>Configure settings to select change setting.

Hint: If you get stuck, you may use the game's inbuilt hint system; you can call for help with the game character's cell phone.

For detailed instructions on how to install, uninstall, operate and play the game, see the instructions

Conditions of use

Road to Santiago is freely available for personal use by people with disabilities. You may download and use it at your own risk. COGAIN or the developers will not be responsible for any possible damages caused by The Road to Santiago program. The program is distributed as it is. Unfortunately, we do not have resources to provide support or assist with any technical problems that may occur. However, if you have any comments or want to report bugs, feel free to email us at road-to-santiago (at) cogain (dot) org.

The Road to Santiago was developed by Javier Hernandez Sanchiz, Public University of Navarre, Spain. The Public University of Navarre is a partner of the COGAIN network. Road to Santiago was one of the top winner applications in the COGAIN Student Competition.

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Note that you download and use the Road to Santiago game at your own risk (see conditions of use above).

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Note: The light version does not include game music. If you download the light version, you can later add the music by downloading the optional music packet.