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Endless Memory

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Feb 28, 2012 | 11:00 AM EST

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Enter a search word or term and play memory match with the image search results fetched for you.

Endless Memory was born out of curiosity and opportunity, since I was playing around with Google's Image Search API for flash developers and wanted to use it in a game. Google since discontinued that service, so now the game is based on Bing's image search API instead.

The tag cloud was originally made by, modified by artViper designstudio, and now modified further by me.

Enjoy the endless variations!



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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love games like these, always need a challenge ;) Good job!

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Frederik77 responds:

Thanks Kaila, glad you like it! :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

love it, can you make a button that takes you back to the search screen after you finish? (for those of us you just want to spam games for fun, not submit scores)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

The game is classical memory game, but I've noticed some not so good things - first : the game timer starts even if the puzzle is not ready yet, and second - word cloud is kind of difficult to use, because the words that you want to click just move too quickly and are covered by other words. It would be nicier if you could choose the amount of tiles.

Anyway, I think this game is good if you want short break from the work or studying.

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Frederik77 responds:

Thanks for your review and your good points about usability and possible improvements :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

A nice game, but there's a few things.
First of all, I'd like to comment on the unique system on where you search images in the game itself to provide the things to match.
But there's an error on how the game is played.
Traditional memory card games have the cards placed on the board, flipped over on the front for a few seconds and then turned back down. Without that, I wouldn't really call it a memory game, it's kinda like guessing where things are, or clicking on everything once, wasting a few bits of time, to be able to find all the cards and match them.

Overall, a good game. Nicely done.

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