Unfortunately, for the most part, Nintendo has been quite dismissive of Animal Crossing Bells gamers who would need further options than the base configurations. I actually do not know if they have been directly asked about this earlier, though I feel they would dodge the question and state something very Nintendo-y like"Our matches are for everyone!" > . < That I 100% believe that no single player game should have any designs where there's a single reliance on color or audio with no method to add in additional cues like subtitles or change the primary color scheme for your match and multiplayer games should have the capability to modify colour schemes for names/icons in which they could be an issue. But making it even more important that their games are accessible. Because think of that handicapped 5 year old who is already being taught that this hobby is not to them while they visit friends and family enjoy it readily. I very rarely have music, mainly because the"woohoo" sound observing if you craft or learn or catch anything is loud compared to everything else. (And since I'm often playing while we are watching TV or while I'm on a call or while my wife is sitting nearby attempting to do some work for one of her courses.) However, each one the cues you cite are so helpful, and it sucks to miss out on them! I feel precisely the same. I have been on disability for two decades now, and without a car for most of that time. Then COVID added to it, so that I was stuck at home nearly all of buy Animal Crossing Items the time except for doctor appointments. I kept so calm and joyful during the pandemic, I really think this game is perfect for people like me who do not have to work or feel like contributing members of the society.