This program lets you create and print Memory-like match game cards, which use pictures, although it has a printing functionality issue with Windows XP. Picture Match Game Generator has a mundane interface that's fairly easy to operate. During installation, the program asks you to fill out a registration form, though you can quickly proceed without revealing any personal info. Users can produce up to four cards at a time in this trial version. You can edit a card's layout by selecting how many rows and columns you want, though you're limited to only three or four successions each. While the program supports a number of image file formats, sample images and templates would've been nice additions. You can shuffle images to create several different combinations and preview cards before printing.
During testing, the program ran flawlessly on Windows 2000, but failed at printing with Windows XP. The seven-day trial is too short for our tastes. Anyone looking for a simple and easy-to-use match card maker may appreciate what this program has to offer.
From Sandray Sensible Software:
This utility generates up to four bingo style cards with the pictures randomly placed on each card. The pictures may be bitmaps, JPEGs or windows metafiles. Pictures are resized to fit the sheets. You can choose grid sizes from 3x3 to 4x4 and from 1 to 4 sheets. The grid lines can be turned off if required. Version 2.1 supports for images containing transparency added.