Apps We Love: “One. Two. Match-A-Roo” and “Match the Pairs – Junior Edition”
By Maggie Hames on April 22, 2012
Two extremely well-designed apps—One. Two. Match-A-Roo by CMCD Visual Symbols and Match the Pairs by Fabrik 19—take the concept of the classic match game to the digital world. Both apps are perfect examples of the idea that kids learn by doing; and that important skills—like memory development and quick visual analysis—are best achieved if kids are having fun. You’ll want in on these apps, too. Like the best apps, they’re engaging for every user.
One. Two. Match-A-Roo was created by CMCD Visual Symbols, the same company that created the wonderful Critteroos and features the same beautiful animal photographs. This is a classic “Concentration” style game where users turn over animal photographs—two at a time—until they get a match. The customizable aspects of this program are easy to navigate. Users can choose the types of matches they want to seek: either a two-of-a-kind exact match, same animal/different view, or a full and close-up view of the same animal. Users also get to choose from sets of farm animals, pets, animals of the forest, and wild animals. And users get to choose whether they want to play with twelve, sixteen, or twenty cards, so even the youngest players can participate, but older kids won’t easily get bored.
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