Rory Steel, father of Ava slowly built a custom controller for his daughter via Microsoft’s Adaptive Controller. Ava was unable to play Breath Of The Wild like her friends. So, her father built a controller slowly over the course of only two days. Rory has been posting updates on the quest he set on via Twitter.
He released a video on his Twitter showing his daughter the controller for the first time which only left her in excitement. However, this is only the beginning. Rory says that he aims to improve this model for a nicer gaming experience. Undoubtedly, her reaction has gone viral around the internet on websites like Twitter and Reddit.
Finished! Ava gives my homemade #accessibility controller V1.0 the thumbs up. She can play @Nintendo #BreathoftheWild on her #switch like her friends now. All thanks to @Microsoft 🙌 #adaptiveController #XAC @brycej @ArranDyslexia @shanselman pic.twitter.com/dOhGnUFZa0
— Rory Steel (@JerseyITGuy) January 19, 2020