Super Match is great for kids, young and old

Challenge your memory with this fun game.

Matching games are a great way to get kids to practice their memory skills. Super Match not only teaches memory, but also lets kids practice their letters, colors, and numbers. Adults will also find it a fun game for practicing memory skills.

Super Match has six categories to choose from, each of which focuses on a different theme: Alphabet, Autumn, Colors, Cute Critters, Numbers, and Winter. We started with Alphabet first and were greeted with six tiles. Tapping each one flips it over. At the bottom of the screen, you can switch between Easy and Hard modes, and select the number of tiles you want to play: 6, 8, 10, 12, and 14. The first game we played, we had to match upper- and lowercase letters. Once we completed the level, we were congratulated and offered the choice of checking our scores, playing again, or selecting another theme from the Deck. We moved on to the Autumn theme, which gave us various fall-like images to match, such as pumpkins and leaves. But this time we opted for the Hard setting, with 14 tiles, and were surprised by how challenging it was for us to match items quickly.

Super Match is a great game for kids young and old who want to work on enhancing their memory. We recommend it for all users.

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