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Game Pokemon cards 5th generation

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Pokemon 5th generation cards game :

A great memory game for boys, with pokemon cards. The cards represent different creatures Pokemon of the 5th generation like Zorua, Zoroark, Gigalith, Munna and many others..., so play and have fun!

How to play Pokemon 5th generation game:

A memory game specially designed for kids 8 years old and over. The cards are arranged in 5 columns and 4 rows for a total of 20 cards or 10 pairs. You have to Reconstruct the pairs of cards by turning them 2 by 2. If the cards turned face up are the same (a pair) you win and the pair disappears from the game otherwise the cards are automatically turned face down and you need to make a new try. Find all the pairs in the least moves and in a shortest time. You will find the full rule of the memory game here.
Every time you start a new game, a random selection of the cards ensures a different game, so you can replay endlessly

Why play Pokemon 5th generation game:

Great exercise to train kid's memory. It's also a good practice to help them memorize the locations of different cards and you will be quickly surprised by their progress. This game will reinforce and boost their visual memory storage capacity in a playful way.

The Pokemon 5th generation:

Among the 5th generation of Pokemon, we can see:
A pink quadruped pokemon Munna a "dream eater" pokemon, it evolves into Musharna "a pokemon trance" when exposed to a Moon Stone.
Tepig, a pig-like pokemon, can blow fire from its snout. It can evolves into Pignite and then into Emboar.
Sandile a crocodile of the desert who does not like water. It evolves into Krokorok and then evolves into Krookodile.
Zorua a small fox pokemon in the dark category as having the ability illusion. It's the first Generation V Pokémon to be revealed to the public. It evolves into Zoroark a large and strong pokemon capable of creating illusions that are indistinguishable from reality.

Between 1996 (date of release of the first Pokemon game on Game Boy) and 2010 (release date of the last generation), there has been a succession of five generations with about 500 Pokemon.