Matching games - Online and Free

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  /   Published by Memozor
Last modified on April 24, 2024

A large range of Free Online Matching games for young and old: children, adults or seniors. It's an online and interactive version of the famous board game Memory®, also known as Matching Game or Concentration card game. The rule of the game is very simple, you have to Match all the pairs of identical cards in the shortest possible time (for Solo mode) or to find as many pairs as possible (for 2 player mode). Each turn, you can only turn over 2 cards.
There are several difficulty Levels and you can choose the number of cards displayed using the setting buttons below the game.

In our online matching games, you can choose between Solo Mode and 2-Player Mode:

  • You can play with a Friend sitting next to you, and may the best player win!
  • Or you can play against the Computer

If you are new to the matching game, you can check out our Matching game Rules page. We explain the game principle, which is very simple, and how a game unfolds there.

We also offer you Giant matching games with many cards, up to 140 cards (or 70 pairs) for the most difficult level! To help you choose, there is a section where the matching games are grouped by theme (Animals, Cartoons, Food, Halloween, Christmas, Sport, Learning games, Arts & Culture...). There is something for everyone!

Above all, these free matching games are a great way to have fun. They're also great exercises for training your memory in a playful way.

The original matching game or Memory® was first published by Ravensburger in the 1960s and it quickly became a must-have board game in many countries around the world... Learn more about the Origin of the Memory Matching game.

The matching games are compatible with all browsers and all devices: computers, tablets, smartphones, IOS or Android. Content and games automatically adapts to the screen size of your device, so don't hesitate to play on your tablet or smartphone. You can play wherever you are!

The great advantage of Memozor is that you can replay the same game as many times as you like! Indeed, each time a new game starts, a random selection and positioning of the cards ensures a completely different game from the previous one. So you can play over and over without getting bored!

Want to spend less time in front of your screen? We've got the solution! Make real cardboard cards with our Printable matchnig games (PDF format). Print and cut out the cards for a homemade game and rediscover the pleasure of playing around a table, with family or friends... Nothing can replace the pleasure of turning over real cards in the friendly atmosphere of a traditional board game!

Origin and history of the First Matching game

Did you know that it was a grandfather of Swiss origin, Mr. Heinrich Hurter, who had the wonderful idea to invent the First matching game?
At the time, Mr. Hurter made a game for his grandchildren with magazine pictures. This game has been very successful among the Hurter family.

So, in 1957, William, one of Heinreich's children, proposed to Ravensburger, a German Company, the concept of the game invented by his father and, 2 years later, in 1959, the very first edition of the game was released, called Bilder Memory ®.
Since its creation, this game has been adapted in numerous versions on a variety of themes. Its fame has crossed the borders of many countries around the world. In 2019, the Ravensburger Memory ® celebrated its 60th anniversary!

Below you'll find some of the older editions that have marked the history of Ravensburger memory® game. If you'd like to find out more about vintage editions, take a look at our Original memory® Vintage games section.

Ravensburger's memory® marked a significant milestone in the history of board games, becoming a classic and leaving a lasting mark on the world of board games, both for its playability and for its role in promoting cognitive development and family fun. The success of this game inspired other memory-based games and activities. The game's basic mechanisms have also been adapted to digital formats, enabling it to reach a wider audience in the modern era.

  /   Published by Memozor
Last modified on september 5, 2023