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????? - “This is like an iPhone/iPad version of the 1980‘s hit electronic game, Simon. If you liked that, you will love this!” - Game Reviewer Scary Memory is a simple game. Play back the notes played for you, by tapping the monsters in the order in which you heard them. Tap the wrong one, and you die! Succeed, and the next level becomes harder, testing your IQ and brain power. Continue to match up your taps to what is shown. Find out how smart you are compared to your friends. Test yourself using this scale: SCORE ? 1 to 2: Almost as smart as a cockroach ? 3 to 4: The mind of tadpole ? 5 to 6: About as smart as a rabbit ? 7 to 8: Brain power of a typical dog ? 8 to 10: A low IQ adult human ? 11 to 15: Smarter than the average person ? 15 to 20: Smarter than most college professors ? 21+ You have Albert Einstein’s brain! Turn off the tv or movie, and get ready to test your brain power. Test your memory. Beat the monsters at own memory game to be the best. What score will you get? You can change the sounds to guitar or piano sounds as well. This is a very clever game for the whole family, both for kids of all ages, and adults. It doesn’t matter if you are a boy or girl, come have fun with this free game, and enjoy!

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