Friday, September 9, 2016
Memory & Me App Review
*This item was given to Southern Momma's Reviews for free in order to write an honest opinion on www.southernmommasreviews.com
Lately my son has been big into mommy's phone and iPad. I don't mind him playing on those for periods of times as long as it is educational and not junk! Finding Memory & Me, I really feel in love. This is a great way to build memory skills with my son. I love that this game really makes him think.
With getting to add my sons personal pictures, I find it makes him more interested in the game. I find he gets so excited when he sees a picture of himself, mommy, or daddy! With being able to create custom tiles for the game, my son loves it!
This game has a free version, as well as a paid. The free lets you try the game with one photo of your choice. While the paid version you can have TWELVE! If you do not want to use your own photos, the game does include default child friendly tiles as well.
With this game being so fun for my son, he doesn't even realize he is learning! I love that he is having a blast, while learning great memory skills!
Memory &Me games are the originals and best games that put your child right in the game. Memory &Me is a fun and education memory game that let's you create custom tiles. If your child is like mine, he (or she) LOVES looking at their own photos, as well as photos of family members. This free version lets you try the game with one photo. Unlock the full game to create up to 12 custom tiles with photos of family members, or photos of anything else your child likes to see. Don't want to use your own photos? That's ok, the game includes fun default tiles that will keep your child entertained while improving memory skills. Your child won't even realize they're learning! The free version includes one game board, or unlock the full version for endless gameplay with 6 difficulty levels in Quick Play mode, and 48 levels of increasing difficulty in Mission Mode.
Purchase the Full Version (12 photo slots, 5 grid sizes, and includes a mission mode with 48 levels of increasing difficulty)