Well audiogames are good things, mostly they let you go off and do something completely different to what you do in ordinary life.
Code 7, the new game in development from kevin.glaap is a perfect example of this. it gives you the chance to sit at a computer and type commands, hacking into the system and trying to fiddle with complex security access, ---- a big break from reality as you'll agree.
Oh, and your on a deserted space station, stuck alone with your partner trying to find out the horrible truth and avoid certain death, I probably ought to have mentioned that.
The game is fully accessible using sapi for output of the computer's text (and in game menus), but also has a very atmospheric soundtrack and professional voice acting.
The full game is slated for an April 2017 release, but in the mean time you can try the demo of episode zero, with an hour's worth of creepy techno horror gameplay here (just download the version that says windows with visually impared access since the other's aren't accessible).
Code 7's development also needs your help though, and if you like the game and fancy the idea of more feel free to donate at the code 7 kickstarter page here
Now I'm off to type some things, ---- and hopefully not be killed by malfunctioning robots! (microsoft's security updates aren't quite that bad yet).
Our souls with high music ringing; O men! It must ever be
That we dwell in our dreaming and singing, A little apart from ye. (Arthur O'Shaughnessy 1873.)