Memory for kids (animals)! HD

Memory for kids (animals)! HD

1,000 - 5,000 downloads

Pros
  • Fun for kids
  • Good for exercising the memory
Cons
  • Doesn't work well on Samsung Galaxy Tab
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Expert's Review
5.0
Worthy

"Elephant with elephant, snake with snake"

Reviewed by / Mar 30, 2012

Memorize the cards and pair the animals up

Kids have an incredible capacity for memorizing stuff and this can be trained and improved with applications like this one, which train the memory skills.

In this typical memory game, you need to pair up the animals by turning the cards over and remembering the position of the different animals. As the game advances, the number of cards increases and so does the difficulty. The graphics are pretty good and although we couldn't play it in Samsung Galaxy Tablet, it did work well in a Nexus One.

Droids On Roids is the developer of Memory for kids, a puzzle memory game for Android, perfect for kids and parents who want to play together and exercise their skills.

Tags: kids animals.

Developer's original description available here
Memory game for your kids! Let them play while learning sounds and training their memory skills!

Choose pair of the same animals to get by tens of next levels. Try to make it as fast as you can every time you play. Compare your scores with friends!

Is your memory good enough?

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Reported bugs fixed


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    by A Google User on 20/11/2012

    I have a Samsung galaxy 3. The screen doesn't load properly, I can't even select the first level because it isn't in the display field of view.