Two Fingers – a simple speed memory matching game
May 28, 2014 2:46 PM –
Two Fingers is a simple speed memory matching game to potentially train your brain.
Tested on: Samsung Galaxy S4
Pros & Cons:
- A simple speed memory matching game!
- Very, very simple speed memory matching game with little variety.
Two Fingers is a simple speed memory matching game. Using two fingers (or two thumbs if you desire) match the color of the falling lil Android guys to save them. They typically fall in one of five colors (orange, blue, brown, red or green)… however the challenge lies in that there are only 3 colors (orange, blue and brown) on the board. Red is combined by pressing both orange and blue while green is combined by pressing both blue and brown. The other challenge comes from the fact that things get faster the longer you last. Leaderboards are powered by Google Play Games but do not offer any incentives other than self and peer satisfaction.
Overall the game is very simple- so much that it can me gamed. Meaning you can simply remember the board color combinations and fly through. It would even spice things up if there was a random board each time, more color combinations, random shapes to throw you off, etc. We’ve reviewed a ton of brain training games that offer far, far more functionality. For example, speed and finger dexterity games would be just one of many categories of mental strengthening games.
Two Fingers – Gameplay 1
Two Fingers – Gameplay 2
Two Fingers – Start Screen
Two Fingers – How To Play