The new games continue Microsoft's accessibility drive and follow its recent update to the MSPaint app in Windows 10 version 1903. The app now lets users draw with keyboard controls in addition to mouse and touch.
The company also launched the Xbox Adaptive Controller and used it as the center of its Super Bowl 53 ad this year.
As Microsoft details on its Accessibility blog, the origins of Eye Control came from a request by former NFL player Steve Gleason, who has amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a disease that impacts muscle control and movement, often leaving the eyes as the only functioning muscle area.
Microsoft has published a video about the new games and the technology behind them. Source: Microsoft/YouTube