More of the most popular games ever, plus one seasonal game made by yours truly.
Makayla Van Fossen has made several games related to the creatures of Harry Potter, and they look really good! Check out her Magical Menagerie Party game and go from there to the others that she’s created. Plus, vocabulary from one of my favorite childhood books, Hatchet by Gary Paulsen, which I read several times as a kid.
No surprises here — these are some of the most popular games of all time. Who can crack the top 5 next week?
Some math, some anatomy, and some fantasy fun. Thanks for creating these games this week!
I’m going to start showcasing the most viewed games on Match The Memory to give you an idea of what good games look like and what kinds of games are available.
Most Popular Games
Our most popular games this week are dominated by some heavy hitters – real GOAT games – along with one seasonal entry. (Happy Halloween!)
Most Popular New Games
These are the most popular games that were created this week.
Did these games give you any inspiration for a new game of your own? Do you want to share one of these games with your family, school class, or Facebook friends?
Many of the polished games here on Match the Memory have been created by me, for the simple reason that I know how to use the site best and that I understand what’s needed to make an interesting and good-looking concentration game. Because I’m a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (a.k.a. “I’m a Mormon“), a lot of the games that I’ve made have been for my own use in the LDS Church. I’d like to share some of those games with you.
Continue reading LDS or Mormon memory matching games
Match the Memory has been around for more than a year now, so we’ve been through all of the major holidays at least once. In that time, we’ve built a few holiday-themed concentration games for you to play at home or in the classroom. Continue reading Try our holiday matching games