Improve your memory whilst getting your candy sweet tooth satisfaction in this easy play memory matching game. The game is simple, remember the candies on the left, tap the screen to shuffle then find the candies on the right. This all starts very easy with a simple 2x2 grid to remember, but as you progress your memory will be put to greater test with up to a 10x10 grid to master.
Track your statistics as you progress, such as how many hits and misses, best score, total runs, performance rating etc..
FREE to play game
Easy and hard game play modes
Track your game progress
Up to 10 x 10 candy grid in hard game mode
Endless game challenge
NO IAP so no chance of children running up huge bills
Single tap game play so easy play for children and adults alike
More information about this game and others can be found at http://www.appeasymobile.com/
About AppEasy Core SDK
The AppEasy Core SDK is a piece of middleware that sits on to of the Marmalade SDK and provides an easy to use and understand 2D / 2.5D game engine driven by XOML mark-up and C++ and / or Lua. The core is open source and available under the MIT license at https://github.com/
About Goji Editor
Goji Editor is a complete game IDE with support for WYSIWYG game editing, code editing and instant test / debug. The Goji Editor's primary focus is on helping to make games and apps easier and quicker for developers to create and test. The Goji Editor is currently free to use and exports to Marmalade Quick, AppEasy, Corona, Gideros, XML and JSON formats. You can find out more at the Goji Editor web site at http://www.gojieditor.com/
About Marmalade SDK
The Marmalade SDK is a powerful cross platform tool that enables developers to deploy code across multiple platforms and devices from a single code base. Marmalade takes the pain out of cross platform development by taking care of the platform differences for you. At the core of Marmalade is the C++ SDK which provides developers with the maximum performance and flexibility. Marmalade Quick, Web Marmalade and Marmalade Juice all build on top of the Marmalade C++ SDK but provide alternative solutions for developers who prefer to use Lua, HTML or Objective-C. Marmalade SDK is available on various licenses including free, for more information see https://www.madewithmarmalade.com/
Drmop has been developing games and gaming technology for over 20 years and is the author of the AppEasy Core SDK (a free open source game developer SDK that is built on Marmalade SDK technology), Drmop is also the author of the Goji Editor and the drmop.com mobile game and app development blog.