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Memonix 1.6 - Screenshots
In Mosaic, the player's objective is to memorize the position of different objects such as triangles, squares, and mugs scattered on the playfield and, after short viewing, reassemble the same pattern.
Builder has a slightly different objective - to view an image of a house and, then, reassemble the image by piecing up tiles with various house parts.
While Builder develops child's memory and logic thinking, the third game - Pair puts more emphasis on the development of the visual memory. Here, the player must uncover and match two similar objects on the covered playfield.
In Jigsaw, the player meets a classic jigsaw puzzle gameplay in its purest form where the objective is to reassemble a picture from scattered image tiles.
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