The Memory Game has long been a favorite game for all generations. It is easy to play, in fact it is so simple that really young children can play with ease.
It requires observation, concentration and a great memory to win.
Object of the Game
The object of the game is to collect the most matching pairs.
What You'll Need
Setting Up the Game
The deck should look like the image above.
Playing The Game
Winning the GameOnce all the cards have been played the player with the most matching pairs, in their Player Stack, is the winner.
VariationsTo decrease the difficulty of the game add the rule that the pairs only have to match the number but not the color as well.
TipJust because it is another players turn definitely doesn't mean you should stop paying attention. The cards that other players flip over could be the match you're looking for and you also need to remember the order in the stack of 2 cards that the match is made.
If you have identified a match, keep track of where they are in the stack and work your way around to bringing both of the cards to the top of their respective stacks. The key is to do it subtly so that your opponent doesn't notice what you are doing…
This game was invented by Kevin Wilson and Amber Wilson.