Asian animals memory game

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Memory game Asian animals:

A great Memory game with asian animals pictures.

Asian animals:

You will find in this game a lot of animal pictures from Asia. Elephant, tiger, giant panda, peacock are surely the best known asian animals. But there is also, red panda, red-crowned crane, Snow leopard, Domestic yak, Malayan tapir and primates like Tarsier, Orangutan, Proboscis monkey and gray langur ... The panda or giant panda is native to south central China, its diet is over 99% bamboo, it's a vulnerable species. On the other hand, the red panda is a mammal native to the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China; It's arboreal, feeds mainly on bamboo, but also eats eggs, birds, and insects. It's a vulnerable species too.


How to play free memory game online:

In this free games, the cards are arranged in columns and rows. You can change the number of cards on the board, and so the level of difficulty, thanks to the buttons located below the game.
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 memory game rules here.
You can replay the same game as many times as you want: every time you start a new game, a random selection of the cards ensures a different game, so you can replay endlessly.

This game is compatible with all devices: desktop, tablets and smartphones. The content and the game adjust automatically to your device, so do not hesitate to play on a tablet or a smartphone.

If you want games with more cards, you will find them in giant or big memory games

Why play memory game for kids:

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.

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Last modified on Friday, 22 March 2019