Put your thinking cap and GET SET for 8 memory testing one- and two-player games with random computer generated variations.
MEMORY MATCH (basic rules)
The object of the two-player version is to match more sets of numbers or geometric shapes than your opponent. In the one-player version the object is to score the highest points in the fewest guesses.
1. Super Cipher-40
In Game 1 there are displayed 10 columns with 4 squares in each column for total of 40 squares. Hidden behind each square are the numbers 1 through 7. These numbers are chosen randomly in even sets. For example, in these 20 hidden sets there may be 4 sets of 5; 2 sets of 3, etc. but the pairs will always come out even.
Game 2 contains 6 columns with 4 squares for a total of 12 pairs of hidden numbers.
3. Super symbol-40
In Game 3 there are 10 rows with 4 squares in each row but behind these squares are symbols. There may be 7 blue symbols and 7 green symbols for a possible total of 14 pairs. Again symbol pairs are generated randomly so there possibly may be more of some pairs to throw you "out of your mind."
In Game 4 there are 6 columns with 4 items in each column for a total of 12 pairs of various blue and green symbols.