Colorblind-Friendly Games: The Counterpoint to My Other GeekList

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Earlier this week, I posted a GeekList about games I had to modify in order to play them more easily because of my colorblindness:

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/17031

Steve Sisk made a comment about how game publishers could easily solve this problem by adding icons or symbols to the game pieces, and it reminded me that there are a number of games out there that do just that. In fact, there are more games that use this conecpt than don't, so I thought that, in all fairness, I should point out the games that did make that extra effort to make sure that ALL gamers could identify the colors in the games.

This list is by no means complete. Please add any others that you feel kept the colorblind population in mind.
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1. Board Game: Alhambra [Average Rating:7.03 Overall Rank:433]
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(Note not only the different art on the cards, but see also the different color-specific pattern under each number in the corners of the card, for quick-and-easy reference)

Not sure which version this is, maybe someone who knows can specify.
 
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2. Board Game: Aquädukt [Average Rating:6.42 Overall Rank:2270]
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The houses on the tiles are different shapes for each player, so they're not reliant on color. The canals and wells are shared by all players, and are all blue.

See my review here.
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3. Board Game: Bargain Hunter [Average Rating:6.77 Overall Rank:2455]

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This game could have been a disaster for colorblind people. The pictures on the cards are unique to the number on the card, not the suit, with the antiques getting more and more desirable the higher the numbers go. Fortunately, Queen opted to include small symbols beneath the numbers in the corners of the cards to help avoid confusion. This is a HUGE help, since the orange/green, blue/purple, and brown/red colors are very close for us colorblind players.
 
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4. Board Game: The Bucket King [Average Rating:6.32 Overall Rank:2563]

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Card games are probably most likely to have issues with colorblind players, since the games are usually composed of suits, and plain white cards with symbols on them are a little boring. Yay verily, suits of different colors were born!

The Bucket King does a great job of including illustrations on each suit of cards, as well as different colors. I've also noticed that, while the artwork has changed from one edition to the next, the use of animals for each suit of cards is maintained.
 
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5. Board Game: Canal Grande [Average Rating:6.40 Overall Rank:3749]

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Canal Grande does an OK job of identifying suits by more than just color. The publishers included symbols in the corners of each cards to uniquely identify all of one type, but the symbols are all variations of the same basic shape. What sets each symbol apart (aside from just color) is the number and arrangement of the dots around that symbol. It's a nice effort, but it still requires some deeper analysis of the symbols when trying to distinguish between San Marco and Cannaregio, or Dorsoduro and Castello.

Interestingly, Canal Grande's pappy, San Marco, does not use this same distinction. In that game, only the colors (and names in the middle of the cards) identify one suit from another.
 
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6. Board Game: Canyon [Average Rating:6.25 Overall Rank:3751]

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Canyon is a fun trick-taking game, and one that does a great job of helping to identify the suits. The colors are red, green, blue, purple, and yellow. Also, they're Tipis, Totem Poles, Oars, Hatchets, and Canoes. In fact, in our games, it's more common for someone to call the trump color by its symbol than by the color of the card. Do other groups do that, as well?
 
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7. Board Game: Circus Flohcati [Average Rating:6.63 Overall Rank:1551]

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Identifying 10 different colors of cards in one deck is proabably hard enough even for non-colorblind people, so adding unique artwork to each color is nothing but helpful. I Go! is a great example of how NOT to do this; Circus Flohcati is a great example of how to do it right.
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8. Board Game: Citadels [Average Rating:7.09 Overall Rank:365]
 

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Citadels? Yes, Citadels. It had the potential for being difficult for colorblind people, but the theme of the game really helps in distinguishing colors. First, there's the blue-purple pairing; well, all the purple cards have special text written on them, so that takes care of that problem. Then there's the yellow-green pairing; well, check the building. If it's a place for royalty to live, it's yellow; if it's a place that makes money, it's green.

Problem solved! And looking carefully over your cards is such a part of the game, that you're not giving anything away to spend more time than usual double-checking your colors.
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9. Board Game: Coloretto [Average Rating:6.97 Overall Rank:513]

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Here's a game with 7 different suits, and a wild card. This is another game that could have been a disaster for colorblind gamers, but each suit has a pattern, as well as a color. In fact, when I play this game, I recognize the patterns before I recognize the colors. Is this the case with other gamers?
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10. Board Game: Commands & Colors: Ancients [Average Rating:7.78 Overall Rank:113]
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You get not only colors but also geometric symbols to identify apart Light, Medium and Heavy units!! These are reflected in the dice also!!
 
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11. Board Game: Control Nut! [Average Rating:6.26 Overall Rank:6491]

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Control Nut is another trick-taking game that addresses differentiating the suits more easily, but the suits are STILL difficult to identify, even though they're identified by color and symbol. The suits are acorns, walnuts, peanuts, and buckeyes, and I find that the peanuts and buckeyes are shaped a little too similarly to identify at a glance; beyond that, the colors identifying the suits are similar, so it always takes me a moment to remember what's what in my hand.

Maybe this is a game that belongs on my other list....
 
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12. Board Game: Cosmic Eidex [Average Rating:6.90 Overall Rank:3002]

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Here's another weird trick-taking game that goes a long way toward helping players identify all the suits. Here, we have black ravens, red hearts, green lizards, and yellow stars. And no, this isn't Lucky Charms: The Card Game.

Anyway, the cards all have the appropriate symbol and number in the corners of the cards, but each card also has unique artwork. As the cards go higher in value, the artwork tries to represent that card's special power, and it tends to get more and more complex. It's easy to tell which card is which by looking at the corners, but the artwork is so busy on some of the cards that it's harder to track what's on the table. Don't get me wrong; the artwork is great. It just gets in the way of the game, sometimes.

I have to give props to the publisher for attempting to make the suits distinguishable, but I also think they got a little carried away with making the deck pretty.
 
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13. Board Game: Fairy Tale [Average Rating:6.74 Overall Rank:867]

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Fairy Tale has four colors, two of which are red and green. The colors are very similar, but I've never had a problem in telling them apart. Why? Well, the gameplay helps a lot. Each card interacts with other cards in different ways, so I'm constantly having to look for the different associations with each hand. The theme also helps, since each race of creature has its own symbol -- dragons, fairies, warriors, and demons.

It's funny, but when I was putting together the games for this list, I went right over this one without realizing that it applied. The color has so little effect on me that I never even considered it a colorblind friendly game.
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14. Board Game: Friday the 13th [Average Rating:6.45 Overall Rank:1663]

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Poison is another simple card game that could have caused problems between the blue and purple cards. Luckily, the suits also have unique artwork to help identify one suit from another.
 
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15. Board Game: Hanabi [Average Rating:7.12 Overall Rank:331]
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This is an interesting one, because for the English/Reprint edition, the publisher had initially not considered color-blindness. Here is what their prototypes looked like:



Based on feedback & discussion in this thread:
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the publisher became aware of the issue and there was some interesting brain-storming as to potential design solutions.

Eventually they came up with:



Looks like the deluxe edition also is colorblind-friendly, with symbols:


 
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16. Board Game: Havoc: The Hundred Years War [Average Rating:6.68 Overall Rank:2612]

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Havoc is another six-suited game, which means that it's more likely to have similar colors for me. Luckily, it's also another game that uses symbols for each suit, along with color. This is a very good thing. The suit color is nothing but a small circle in the upper left corner, and the colors of the horns, axes, and pikes suits are too similar for me to tell apart without a little help.
 
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17. Board Game: Ingenious [Average Rating:7.14 Overall Rank:378]

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It's not just card games that need a little help. Ingenious is another example of a game where matching colors is important, and thankfully for us colorblind gamers, the publishers also used symbols to identify the different colors. The pinks and purples would be difficult to discern without the symbols.
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18. Board Game: Kardinal & König: Das Kartenspiel [Average Rating:6.82 Overall Rank:5366]

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Web of Power is a game that uses different colored suits, but to help overcome any identification problems, the publishers included the names of those colored regions on the cards. Because of this, I've never even considered Web of Power a game that needs any modification, or even a game that's "colorblind friendly"; honestly, the colors of the cards and regions don't even enter the equation for me.

The card game based on the boardgame, though, doesn't have that reference point. To make matters even more difficult, the cards all have symbols on them, but these are irrespective to the suits. Luckily, the designer included the place names on the cards so that it would be easier to group common cards together. This is a good thing, because the whole Bayern/Franken/Kastilien/Frankreich color scheme is too similar for me to tell them apart otherwise.
 
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19. Board Game: Legends of Robin Hood [Average Rating:5.65 Overall Rank:13325]
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The colors are important (you can only play one card of each color per turn), so they gave each color a unique shape. The fourth color, green, has squares in the upper corners.

Note also that the cards are left-handed, right-handed friendly, with symbols in both upper corners.
 
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20. Board Game: Lost Cities [Average Rating:7.16 Overall Rank:300]

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Everyone knows this game, and the expeditions within. Even without the scenes painted on the cards, the colors would be easily identifiable, because the colors are easily distinguishable right off the bat. The only ones that give me trouble are the yellow and green cards. Under the right light, it's easy to tell them apart, but it I'm in a dim place, it gets harder. I expect this is true of any gamer, colorblind or otherwise, but the expedition scenes on the cards helps to identify the right suits.
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21. Board Game: Make-a-Million [Average Rating:6.90 Unranked]
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Since all the cards have their colors printed on them, I figured this qualified.
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22. Board Game: Mit List und Tücke [Average Rating:6.64 Overall Rank:5088]

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As you can see, the suits of this game are marked by colors and by unique artwork for each suit. This makes it much easier to sort your hand and play your cards.
 
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23. Board Game: Nyet! [Average Rating:6.81 Overall Rank:1365]

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Njet! is another trick-taking game that uses symbols to go with the colors of each suit. Given that the red and green suits are easily confused for those of us who are colorblind, this is a big help. Also, I think the artwork in this game is just gorgeous.
 
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24. Board Game: Parade [Average Rating:6.95 Overall Rank:732]
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While this game uses colors, all the cards of the same color have the same artwork and so are distinguishable. It's also pretty wicked.
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25. Board Game: Serengeti [Average Rating:6.18 Overall Rank:3420]

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I like Don. It's a weird bidding game that gets more and more limiting as it progresses, and it requires one of the strangest balancing acts I've ever seen in a game. I also like it because the different cards are designated by district as well as color, making it easier for me to play the game.
 
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