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Pair Up With Memory Owl – An HD Game For Android
Memory Owl is a fun game – suitable for children but also for adults! Developed by XDA Senior Member Magnesus, the aim of the game is to find pairs of matching pictures like in a memory game.
As the water rises, you need to find the paris before the tiles ‘drown’, as well as negotiating any physics at work. Additionally, there are birds and fish that interact with the tiles making it harder, whilst on some level tiles change places and stars fall for you to catch and earn more points!
There are three difficulty levels featuring HD graphics which showcase on large Honeycomb tablets like the Asus Transformer, Motorola Xoom or Galaxy Tab.
The game requires OpenGL ES2.
Memory Owl HD is available to download free in the Android Market. For further information, take a look at the application thread.
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