Описание «Tac-Tile Choss»
Tac-Tile Choss is Japanese dialect which is used at Hokkaido, Aomori and other north areas of Japan. It means touch, feel or finger.
"Choss" is a matching game with shapes and colors playable using only your sense of touch, sight is not required. Everyone, whether they are sighted or sight impaired, can enjoy playing together with equal footing.
Close your eyes, play the game and have fun conversation with everyone through the game.
The touch based components
There are 25 Tac-Tile tile pieces in the game. There are only 4 colors, pink, white, black, blue. But to help distinguish between the colors each color has a different touch pattern on the tile piece. e.g. the pink tile has 2 gems which protrude like braille, and the blue tiles have 3. Each Tac-Tile is enclosed in a wooden cap, and is played on a wooden board with indents to fit each cap.
How to Play:
All the pieces are placed face-down in the middle of the table.
On a player's turn they draw a piece and try to match it with any they have in their hand.
If they get a match they can reveal it or wait until they get a better match.
How to win
Points are award to matching the same shaped tiles, or bonus points are award if the shape and colors match.
If they match 3 different shapes of the same color they can earn the most points.