Smash-a-Ball is an electronic board game for visual impaired and blind children, designed to enhance their cognitive development.

Smash-a-Ball game for the visually impaired hits Kickstarter

Smash-a-Ball, an electronic board game for the visually impaired, has landed on Kickstarter.

The game works by pressing correspondent colourful buttons, either trying to press the particular button as quickly as possible, or remember the pattern and press the right buttons in the right order as quickly as possible.

Smash-a-Ball has been designed to enhance cognitive development in specific skills such as body and spatial awareness, memory, reaction rates and building self-esteem.

The campaign is looking to raise £100,000 by April 8th.

Check out the game in action below, and read how Smash-a-Ball was created here.

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