Memory, also known as Match Up, Concentration or simply Pairs, is a card game in which all of the cards are laid face down on a surface and two cards are flipped face up over each turn. The object of the game is to turn over pairs of matching cards. Playing is very simple — you turn over one tile and then try to find a matching tile. Over the course of the game, it becomes known where certain cards are located, and so upon turning up one card, players with a good memory will be able to remember where they have already seen its pair.
However, this simple game can be an interesting interactive addition to your article or the whole project. For example, if you want to support an advertising campaign, and you have a Big Idea, then you can easily come up with an idea for Memory.
If you are writing an article about fashion, you can engage your audience by creating a Memory game “Celebrities Wearing the Same Outfits”. If you are telling a story about past eras, add interactivity with the Memory game “Find all the famous bearded men of the century”. And if you are conducting a campaign to protect rare animals, then you can very well use the idea of one of the new templates on Interacty.me .
Users are prompted to find all pairs of tigers. After all the cards are found, the following message is displayed to users:
This project is just a template that demonstrates the capabilities of this game mechanics. But you can take it as a basis and create your own project, which is likely to be even more useful and involving.
As you can see, the Memory game is not only suitable for entertainment, but can also be used for serious projects. You can create your own Memory game for free in one of the most convenient interactive content editors on Interacty.me.