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    Video game for children with Cystic Fibrosis

    Hello everyone!

    I'm Javier, member of AccessAble Games, a video game development company focused on accessibility and therapy games.

    Along with the Andalusian Association of Cystic Fibrosis (Spain) we have devised a video game for children between 3 and 6 years with cystic fibrosis. But we need you to join the project, supporting and spreading a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds.

    The goal of the project is to create a video game that children with cystic fibrosis can play in their households as much as they like, supplementing their daily physical therapy with a more enjoyable activity.

    The game will be published online for free.

    You'll have more details when the campaign is ready (within 1 or 2 weeks), but we need from day one people know about the project, and we will not be able to achieve that without your help.

    We will let you know on this forum when the campaign start, but if you don't want to miss any news you can follow the project in several ways:

    Mailing List:


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    The campaign is live!

    We are very happy to announce that the campaign has begun!

    Please go to and share it!

    Also spread the youtube video would help a lot:


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    This is how will be one of the minigames on My Carnival:

    Please go to and support it!

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    And if you missed it, this is the crowdfunding video:

    Please go to and support it!

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    Very efficiently written information. It will be valuable to everyone who uses it, including myself. It is an amazing as well as informative article that has a lot of great things to know. Education gives you the skill to help others in their difficulty. If someone is in trouble and is unable to choose the right way or take the right decision then you can also help others through your knowledge. It's your social responsibility to help others in any difficulty and help in taking the right decisions.

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    L.A.R.P. - Is an acronym. It stands for Live Action Role Playing. Some groups will say Live Action Role Playing game or they'll turn it into a verb called LARPing. It's a blanket term that describes any role-playing game (think more Dungeons & Dragons, less Foam Fighting Final Fantasy) that is enacted live in person by the players

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    I wonder if any of the children would enjoy playing a game of this kind?.

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