Updated Memory Game for DS Homebrew game developer, space1, is really on a roll! After releasing a handful of games which include Pretty Sheep, Tic Tac Toe, Battleship, and the first and second version of his Memory game, he is back again just like a long lost friend...(ok that's cheesy, haha)!
He has updated his Memory game for the DS. In this game, all the cards are laid out, and two cards are turned over each turn. The object is to turn over a pair of matching cards and then remove them from play. In the earlier versions, when you turn a card over, you won't see kings or aces but you will see objects such as flags and other objects.
Well, in this update, you can choose a theme. If you want to uncover flags, you may do so. You can also choose a Pokemon theme so that you could see the cutesy faces of Pikachu or Jigglypuff (my favorite). I am certain that space1 would continue improving his games and more games means more fun!
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