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PGS Pair it! v1.0

Size: 2.2 MB
Date: March 12, 2007
Type: Freeware
Requirements:
  • Pocket PC 2002 / 2003 / 2003 SE
  • ARM/XScale Processors
  • 300MHz
Download:
  • PGSPairit.exe

Author: Pocket-it! Games Studio
Home: https://www.pocketit-gs.com/
Email: [email protected]



Description:
How good is your memory? If you want to find out then have a go at playing PGS Pair it!, the exciting card memory game.

The idea of the game is remove all the cards from the table by matching pairs of card. You start by selecting two cards. If the cards match, they will disappear. If not, they will flip over again.

Keep trying until all the cards have disappeared. By memorizing the positions of the cards you’ll stand a much better chance of clearing the table in the least number of tries.

Depending on your final winning score, PGS Pair it! will evaluate your memory!

Features:
- Memory-stimulating game play.
- Hi-Score display.
- Sound on/off function.
- Built-in memory evaluator.





 SOURCE  https://www.freewareppc.com/games/pgspairit.shtml



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