A game that promises to help you to navigate the mind of your friend is getting a big boost from its developers.
The game, tacori, is a new social network that aims to help people in the Blind to communicate with each other by connecting them to their senses.
It has been released to beta testers through a crowdfunding platform called Kickstart.com, where people can pledge money to get their hands on the game.
The campaign will start with a Kickstarter campaign to raise $2.2 million.
That money will be used to fund the development of the game, which will eventually be made available for free download through the game’s website.
The funds raised through the crowdfunding campaign will help fund the next step, which is to expand the game to be made for smartphones.
The $2,000 pledge for Tacori, which was previously available only on Kickstarter, is the minimum amount needed to purchase Tacori on the Kickstart platform.
To get a copy of the app, you’ll need to pay $15.50 ($30 if you want the game in two parts) and if you are in the United States, you can pledge $20 ($40 if you have two players in your group).
“We want Tacori to be a game that helps people to better understand and appreciate their senses,” said Alex Cipriano, a developer of the tacori game.
“People with low vision can feel the game differently because of the way the tactile senses interact with the physical senses.”
Ciprianos’ team has been working on the tacuri game for several years, and they’ve seen a big jump in interest from the Blind since it was announced at this year’s Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
“The number of people who want to be part of the development process and play the game is phenomenal,” he said.
The tacori app was created by Cipianos, along with another game developer, Daniel M. Zagano, who is blind and works as a programmer for a software company.
Ciprians team is a team of four.
They have been working with their eyesight and hearing partners to bring Tacori’s tactile and auditory experiences to their brains.
In the game you can see each other’s hands and feet.
Your character has two fingers, which you can move.
You can feel each other with your toes, which are your “senses.”
The tactile sensations in your feet are your ears.
And you can hear each other.
You can have your friend pick up your hand, which they can then place on a surface to feel and touch.
You also have a “mouth” that they can touch, which makes it easier for them to do the same.
“There are so many ways to interact with your senses, and there are so few ways to actually see your own hands,” said Ciprians son, Alex.
“So I thought it would be interesting to make a game where you can experience all of that, and we were really excited about it.
The fact that people can see your hands and you can touch your toes is something that is really helpful to me as a parent.”
Cioprianos and Zaganos team is just one of many who have worked on the Tacori project, and the team has built a reputation for bringing new ways of thinking to the Blind.
In November, a group of seven people with disabilities, including two blind women, met with Tacori team members to show them how they were using Tacori.
The blind women in particular have been using Tacuris game to communicate through their ears and hands, and it has been one of the most popular games on the app.
The Tacori game is a lot like a traditional first-person shooter.
You see a character run around a map, and you move around a set area.
There are different colors for each area and there is a timer.
The team wanted to bring that to the player, so that they could use Tacori as a way to engage their senses in different ways.
“One of the first things I noticed about Tacori is how it was designed,” said M. David Della, a deaf and blind man who has been using tacori for years.
“It was a way of communicating with a group.
I think people were very comfortable with that because they didn’t have to worry about hearing a person or feeling a person’s body.”
Another part of Tacori that makes it special is its “breathing” system.
You breathe into Tacori and you’re able to “see” through the air and make a sound with your lips.
The sounds are played through the Tacurist’s microphone, and when you do that, the game plays them back in the Tacuri player’s headphones.
The team has had a number of prototypes and users in the blind and visually impaired groups in their community. And it