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Uno‘s getting a slight redesign that will make it accessible to all manner of folks, especially those who are colourblind.

While the design of the cards doesn’t change, the new card will feature ColorADD icons next to the numerals on each card so the colours can be identifiable by colourblind players.

If you haven’t heard of ColorADD before, they’re basically icons or glyphs that function somewhat like a universal sign language for the colourblind, so now everyone should be able to play Uno!

The new set is still being trialled for now, but you can grab a deck from Mattel‘s website if you’d like one for yourself.

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