The MemoRise.Me is a creative memory variant. You can upload your own photos, e.g. of your family, your holiday, the last wedding, etc., from your own files, from a cloud, or from the camera to the playing cards and to play memory with them. The MemoRise.Me is therefore a very personal great fun for the whole family and friends.
Of course you can also test the game for free with ads. To do so, you have to download the app MemoRise.
The player has to find two matching cards. In the game, he has to reveal two cards at the same time by tapping them once. If these cards are identical in one game (normal mode), such as bee/bee, or correspond in the other game (challenge mode), such as hammer/nail, they disappear. In the right column, a counter notes the score. Now the player can select two more cards. If these cards do not belong together, they automatically turn to their backsides. Now the second player has his chance. The game continues until the game partners have uncovered all pairs of cards. The player with the most pairs wins. But MemoRise.Me is not as easy as it sounds. In the next game, the cards will be sorted again.
The following game variations can be set:
The Normal mode: Here, identical picture pairs must be found like e.g., dog/dog.
Challenge mode: This challenge is to find related images that are not identical but connected in some way, such as lipstick/mouth.
Here you can choose the size of the game field: 4X4 cards, 5x5 cards, or 6X6 cards.
There are three levels of difficulty: In the difficult level, there are (depending on the selected size) 18, 12 or 8 pairs with identical photos (normal: bird/bird) or with related pictures (challenge: ring/finger). In the middle level, there are two pairs each. In easy mode, there are up to three equal pairs.
Sound effects can be turned on and off.
MemoRise.Me can be played alone or with two players.
Avatar for Player1/ Player2
Each player can choose an avatar from 5 pictures. The current selection is marked by a red frame. Of course, the player can also choose his personal photo for his avatar, which he has previously uploaded.