CyberMemory challenges your memory on a game board with up to 72 cards. This Concentration-style game offers an attractive interface, hide-away menu bar, and background music to soothe your nerves as you play. You must turn and match cards.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Moraff's CyberMemory challenges your memory on a game board with up to seventy two cards. This concentration style game offers an attractive interface, hide-away menu bar, and background midi music to soothe your nerves as you play. The objective is to turn over cards and find the matching pairs. Remember where you saw the images then come back to the proper square when you can make a match. This version allows you to choose the game board size, from just a few tiles to a real memory tickler. You'll be scored both on number of moves required and time elapsed, or you can play against a friend with scoring for how many matches you each make. Full screen or window mode select from fourteen board sizes which changes the number of tiles to flip. Of course you can save stats in order to beat your best time or beat someone else.
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