We’ve all played this game before – turn over a card, and then try to find its matching partner. Get it wrong, and both cards are placed face down again. The better your memory, the better your chances.
Match Maker adds an element of education to the game, in that it doesn’t simply use picture pairs. Instead, it teaches children to match colours, letters, shapes, objects and animals.
Not only this, but the pairs may not be of the same type: there may be a picture of a monkey, and this has to be matched with another card which features the word ‘monkey’.
This not only improves a child’s memory, it also helps to educate them in the art of association and improves their concentration skills.
Note: You may need to download some runtime files and install these before installing Match Maker. Click here for more information.