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Playing games, puzzles and activity apps can help us relax, unwind and get our creative juices flowing. 

Audio Game Hub is designed for people who are blind or visually impaired. With it, you won’t need the accessibility features on your device as there is a voiceover and invert colour feature already available on the app. There are a number of games including casino, archery and memory skills.  

It’s free to download from the iTunes App and Google Play for Android. 

Color Therapy is a colouring book app with loads of pictures to choose from. It’s good if you have dexterity issues but also if you have a visual impairments because you can zoom in on the picture. It can be a great way to relax. The app is free to download from the App Store, but to access all the pictures and colours, you will need to pay the VIP All Access service. For one month it’s £6.99, and for a year it’s £35.99 (£3 per month). 

You can find loads more games using these weblinks:

Google games

BBC Bitesize

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