When it comes to being visually impaired, sometimes the bigger something is, the easier it is to see. I have two sons, one is visually impaired and they would both love to play on this giant version of Connect Four.
Most of us know the small, plastic version of this game but it has actually been around for many years. Truth is that it goes back in history at least a few centuries, known generally as 'four in a row' or 'four in a line'. The game was taken on his exploration voyages by Captain James Cook and he became so engrossed with it during the long periods at sea that his crew gave it the name "Captain's Mistress", a name which has lodged itself in history.
Players take turns to drop a disk down a chute, the aim being for a player to get four disks in a row, diagonally, horizontally or vertically. There are several sizes for you to choose from, some are even made of wood.
Click this link to purchase Giant Connect Four from Masters Games Ltd.