Mattel rolled out a braille version of its popular card game Uno, allowing people who are blind or have limited vision to play. The Uno Braille edition, which costs $9.99, has braille on the front and back of the cards, so players can read each card's color, number, or instructions like "reverse" or "skip." The cards were created in association with the National Federation of the Blind. This isn't Mattel's first foray into modifying their products for specialized demographics. The company previously updated Uno with ColorADD cards for people with color blindness.
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