Card Memory Game is a card game in which cards are laid face down on a table and two cards are flipped face up on each turn. The object of the game is to turn over pairs of matching cards. Cards are laid face down in four rows of five or eight cards each. In each turn player chooses two cards and turns them face up.
Card memory is a game where you have to click on a card to see what image is underneath it and try to find the matching image underneath the other cards.
Card Games improve memory :
Playing card games can improve short-term memory as well as long-term memory. There are cards games of varying difficulty levels you can choose from: Bridge. The best card games are those that demand memory, strategy and attentiveness.
The Importance of Brain Games for Adults:
Studies demonstrate that card games, puzzles, and board games are good mental stimuli and help promote brain health. This is especially true for older adults. Games also stimulate the immune system and can trigger the use of visualization, memory and sequencing skills.
Many games also involve socialization and verbal interaction. We know that games can also help mitigate boredom and depression, both of which can cause cognitive decline. They can be fun activities that involve family and friends. This social dynamic also helps keep the brain active and engaged
User can see a grid with n x n cards (n is an integer). All the cards are faced down initially (hidden state)
User can click a button to start the game. When this button is clicked, a timer will start
User can click on any card to unveil the image that is underneath it (change it to visible state). The image will be displayed until the user clicks on a 2nd card
When the User clicks on the 2nd card:
If there is a match, the 2 cards will be eliminated from the game (either hide/remove them or leave them in the visible state)
If there isn’t a match, the 2 cards will flip back to their original state (hiddenstate)
When all the matches have been found, the User can see a dialog box showing a Congratulations message with a counter displaying the time it took to finish the game
Use can choose between multiple levels of difficulty (Easy, Medium, Hard). Increased difficulty means: decreasing the time available to complete and/or increasing the number of cards
User can see the game statistics (nr. of times he won / he lost, the best time for each level)