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Tavli game for people with impaired vision

Students from a Paralimni secondary school created a tavli (backgammon) game for people with impaired vision as part of a Junior Achievement competition.

The team created a student business under the name ‘Games4All’ aiming to make a game that could be enjoyed by people with impaired vision.

The students, accompanied by their supervising teacher, attended an event of the Pancyprian Organization for the Blind in Paralimni to present their innovative product.

The president of the Pancyprian Organization for the Blind, Christakis Nicolaides, expressed his delight about the fact that the students followed international guidelines for the construction of toys for people with visual disability.

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