This adaptation will make it possible for all kids to play the iconic game together.
“UNO Braille is doing more than making this beloved game more accessible. It’s also helping promote the importance and normalcy of braille by putting it in places people might not expect, and integrating it into the play of blind children,” said Mark Riccobono, President of the National Federation of the Blind. “The fact that a blind person is now able to play a classic game of UNO straight out of the box with both blind and sighted friends or family members is a truly meaningful moment for our community.”
UNO Braille is not the game’s first foray into accessible products. In 2017, Mattel introduced UNO® ColorADD, the first accessible card game for people with color blindness. To find out more about UNO Braille and where to pick up a pack for your kids, visit the UNO Braille website or Target’s website.
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