Enjoy A Blast From The Past With The Classic Memory Game
We are indeed in the age of technology and sadly, simple board games like Memory, Scrabble, and Yahtzee will rarely, if ever, touch the hands of our children. Luckily, the game concepts are still alive and these games are being recreated into electronic format. XDA member Goddchen has done just that with his version of the classic Memory game. Not only does this application help improve your memory skills, but it also allows you to customize the game with your own photos. What other exciting things can you expect from Memory?
- Use you own photos for playing memory – random pictures mode and manual selection mode
- Lots of amazing icon sets: Farm, Presidents, Social
- Two different game modes: 4×4 & 6×6
- Online Leader boards
- Simple and addictive game play, hours of fun
- Nice graphics and sound effects
If you are ready for a “blast from the past” or are just looking for a simple game your toddler can play, download Memory from the Android Market or head over to the original thread for discussion.
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