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Memory-3 Basic

Editors' Review

by   / February 27, 2009

This game suffices to test how well your brain retains information, but its lack of features and a rather miserly demo restriction are certainly disappointments. Memory-3 Basic's nonresizeable interface doesn't boast top-notch graphics, but it is immediately apparent how to play and configure the game, particularly since there are few settings to tweak. In short, you click a spot on the board to turn over a colored symbol. After you see three, they'll turn back over, and you have to remember where they are when you turn up identical tiles. Once you match three symbols, you'll score points. The program offers three difficulty levels that vary depending on how many tiles are showing when you start the game. However, other than that, you can't customize the game in any manner; you can't even disable the rudimentary and patience-testing sound effects. Also, the trial version only lets you play one game on each difficulty level. However, if you can live with those issues, we think you'll find Memory-3 Basic a challenging, if not groundbreaking, diversion.

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Editors' Review

by   / February 27, 2009

This game suffices to test how well your brain retains information, but its lack of features and a rather miserly demo restriction are certainly disappointments. Memory-3 Basic's nonresizeable interface doesn't boast top-notch graphics, but it is immediately apparent how to play and configure the game, particularly since there are few settings to tweak. In short, you click a spot on the board to turn over a colored symbol. After you see three, they'll turn back over, and you have to remember where they are when you turn up identical tiles. Once you match three symbols, you'll score points. The program offers three difficulty levels that vary depending on how many tiles are showing when you start the game. However, other than that, you can't customize the game in any manner; you can't even disable the rudimentary and patience-testing sound effects. Also, the trial version only lets you play one game on each difficulty level. However, if you can live with those issues, we think you'll find Memory-3 Basic a challenging, if not groundbreaking, diversion.

Full Specifications

General

Publisher Interlight.net
Publisher web site http://www.interlight.net/memory3
Release Date September 19, 2005
Date Added September 19, 2005
Version 1

Category

Category Games
Subcategory Sudoku, Crossword & Puzzle Games

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows/XP
Additional Requirements Windows XP

Download Information

File Size 2.63MB
File Name Memory-3 Basic.msi

Popularity

Total Downloads 379
Downloads Last Week 1

Pricing

License Model Free to try
Limitations 1-puzzle trial
Price $15
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