Memory Match Jr.
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+ By School Zone Publishing
How good is a player’s memory? Touch any square to “turn it over” and see the picture, and touch another square to find a match. Kids can compete with a friend in two-player mode or play against a built-in opponent. The child goes first by touching on two cards, which automatically flip over to show the pictures on the front sides. Players hear the picture name spoken out loud. If the two pictures match, then that player wins the pair and plays again. If they do not match, they are automatically turned facedown again, and play passes to the built-in opponent or the second player. Play continues until the last pair is matched. The winner is the player with the most pairs, with possibility of a tie for first place. An added feature is a mystery picture concealed behind the game board. Each match uncovers part of it. Finishing the game reveals the whole picture! How fast can the player pair up all the cards?
Choosing “Play” at the end of a game clears the board for a new game and the opportunity to improve. Names and scores get tracked in the player Hall of Fame. Beat your last score with the next game, and move up in the ranking! This app can also be a good way for adults to stimulate memory and “think fast” skills.
•1- or 2-player game play
•Spoken picture words
•Player Hall of Fame ranking
(U.S. English language conventions)
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