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Sweet Memory

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Android Geek 5 Points

At least a Ice Cream Sandwich for me

Apple Maniac 5 Points

Stay hungry. Stay foolish.

L1 5 Points

First Step

L2 5 Points

Again

L3 5 Points

Piece of cake

L4 10 Points

Chocolate power!

L5 10 Points

A beignet

L6 10 Points

Multi layered

L7 25 Points

Strawberries

L8 25 Points

Chocolate cake! Chocolate cake!

L9 25 Points

Fruit tart

L10 50 Points

The impossible bagel!!!

L11 50 Points

Strawberry power!

L12 50 Points

The Infinity Tart

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Author Comments

A perfect memory card game for kids. With Sweet Memory, kids can play a fun memory game that features a fun “sweets” theme. Each of the cards has a picture of a tasty treat, anything from donuts to pie! This game is simple to play and can be enjoyed by kids of all ages.

If you would like to share a fun memory card game with your child, be sure to check out Sweet Memory! Challenge your memory and your appetite!

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Cool puzzle vibe

Now this one was pretty good and has a nice puzzle system here these puzzle system types are always fun, it kept my interest and has some nice visuals and graphics that really came together allthough the game can be laggy at times was still pretty fun

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Well the game is really good as a classic memory game and I like the cake theme. Two of them were a little too similar to each other tho so I kept clicking on the other.

There is a glitch tho with the resume pause button. If you click it just when the game resumes it could reset and pause the timer so you would get the teoretically highest score possible on every correct match, and you would not be able to lose on that level because the timer being freezed. I managed to get over 2 billion score at level 15 I think but I deleted my high score because it seemed suspicious. Also as the last medals are very hard to get it is quite a major exploit I would say. I would not be able to get the last medal the legitimate way.

Cute! But large difficulty curve.

Is this possible to win on all computers and without inordinate amounts of luck? That is what I must ask.

I am sure there is some exact hardware + OS + browser combination in which it is possible, but my hunch would be the time runs faster for some people than others and the lag is worse for some than others, all of which adds up to less time to complete stages for some, to the point perhaps some of the later stages literally aren't possible on some hardware +OS + browser combinations? It's a problem with any tightly-timed games of which this definitely is one.

The game does lag up a bit, which really isn't acceptable for something this simple. You have one screen and one screen only. There also isn't that much in terms of animation going on (exception being when you flip a card). There's no reason this game should have any lag at all.

As for luck, obviously that's a factor in any memory-matching game where you can get lucky and sometimes correctly-match the first time you flip cards. That's not an issue. What may be an issue is if such luck is *required* in order to complete the later stages -- in other words if they can't be done simply with flawless memory itself (That is, no mistakes on cards you've already seen at least once).

So, can this game be done for all setups and using nothing but memory? I don't know. Very few people have done it and obviously those people have excellent memory, but I don't know if they also needed large amounts of luck and/or some specific hardware + OS + browser combination.

I played it and liked it

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Score
3.90 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jan 13, 2015
3:45 PM EST