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Videocart-15: Memory Match (Channel F)

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Memory Match is a game where the player is given the task of flipping over cards two at a time in the hopes of having them match. If the cards match, they disappear from the playfield. If they don't match, the cards are flipped back over face down and the player tries again. The better the player is at memorizing where the overturned cards were, the easier it will be for him to find a match.

The game contains 4 variations of its basic premise. The Memory Match 1 variations offer a smaller grid thus making it easier.

Memory Match 1:
  • Cipher-24 (6x4 grid with numbers)
  • Symbol-24 (6x4 grid with symbols)

Memory Match 2:
  • Super Cipher-40 (10x4 grid with numbers)
  • Super symbol-40 (10x4 grid with symbols)

The game offers both 1 and 2-player modes. When playing alone, the player tries to clear the board in the fewest amount of guesses. In the multiplayer, both players try to get more matches than their opponent.

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Videocart-15: Memory Match Channel F Playing a game of Symbol 24
Videocart-15: Memory Match Channel F Cleared the board
Videocart-15: Memory Match Channel F The green 7 doesn't match, so both cards will be turned back over
Videocart-15: Memory Match Channel F When a match is made, those matched cards are removed from the board

Alternate Titles

  • "Videocart-13: Memory" -- Saba release.
  • "Programkassett 15: Minnestest 1 / Minnestest 2" -- Luxor release.

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Alaka (30333) added Videocart-15: Memory Match (Channel F) on May 19, 2010