Worried that your kids have trouble sitting still without the TV on? Start early and improve their concentration and memory with a game everyone will love and want to play over and over again!
Bursting with fun and educational features, kids will have a ball matching cute pictures of more than 170 objects while learning their names and what kinds of sounds they make. Flexibility is key, with adjustable play modes and difficulty levels to build confidence and offer exciting challenges for children of varying ages.
Child-friendly interface with no complicated menus
More than 170 objects to play and new words to learn
11 categories: toys, vehicles, animals, food, kitchen, living room, flags, ocean creatures, shapes, alphabet and numbers.
Clear and pleasant voice guide spoken by native speakers
Available in 8 languages: English, French, Spanish, Japanese, German, Swedish, Chinese Mandarin and Italian.
Adjustable game modes to suit different age groups
Multiple difficulty levels
Personal best scoring system
Beautifully illustrated original cartoons
Cheery background music track that can be easily switched on or off
Did you know that our brain contains billions of neurons and that each neuron is responsible for storing a different piece of information? Only a couple of thousands of these are used by most people. Memory games are a fantastic way for kids to develop important skills and have heaps of fun along the way!
Parents have the choice between two play modes designed to cater to the different needs of toddlers and preschool children. In Baby Mode, the cards stay upturned throughout the entire game. Players only need to match the same objects, after which the objects name will be spelled out and read aloud. Normal Mode works like any ordinary memory game, but with added features to help and to guide.
Both modes allow you to choose between multiple levels - from easy-peasy 2X2 small board all the way up to 7X4 giant board on iPad! Saved scores means no efforts are ever wasted and motivates players to beat their personal best.
Tip for the parents: You can limit the amount of time cards are displayed at the beginning of each game in the settings menu.