Arithmetic Memory


Game for improving your memory and mental calculations.

The goal is to collect matching pairs of numbers, the more you collect the better. In addition to memorizing numbers position you'll need to perform mental calculations (knowledge of basic arithmetic operations might come in handy). 
Game settings will allow you to opt for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction.

Rules are identical to those in the classic Memory game, also known as Concentration, Match Match, Match Up, Pelmanism, Shinkei Suijaku, Pexeso or simply Pairs. 
In turn, each player chooses two cards and turns them face up. If they are of the same numbers or match with result of arithmetic expression then that player wins the pair and plays again. If they are not matching, they are turned face down again and the player tries to find the right pair. Find all the right pairs for the minimum number of attempts.

AMG is a game two person can play. A player's turn continues until they are unable to successfully find a match then their opponent may begin their's turn. The winner is the player with most pairs. There may be a tie for first place.

Arithmetic Memory Game is one of the best ways to increase your brain power and improve your intelligence!

✔ One or two players
✔ 5 different sizes of game boards
✔ Arithmetic operators: multiplication, division, addition and subtraction
✔ Arithmetic expressions with two-digit, three-digit and four-digit numbers


GalaxiaGuy 10 months ago

Mechanics Tutorial/Learning Curve
Exactly the kind of puzzle game I like (and will likely struggle to find someone to play against).

My instinct is I should have enjoyed it more than I did. I struggled to find the sweet spot for challenge vs fun. The default settings are just a plain memory game (on a small board). I fiddled with the settings pretty much at random and immediately found it too hard (I'm good at mental arithmetic - apparently less so once I need to also remember things).

Perhaps some kind of progression system which goes through different settings in some kind of approximate order of difficulty (or at lest some presets).

sanri_ukr 10 months ago

It's a good idea to make difficulty levels instead of settings.
Thank you very much for the first review of this game!
Roast Em

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