Create custom matching games using your own pictures, audio and text, great for educational purposes or just for fun! Adjustable difficulty settings, multiple languages.

MyMemo is a highly customizable memory game where you can use your own photos, audio, and text to create educational matching cards. With the split deck functionality you can even create decks where different cards constitute a pair!

- Designed by Swedish preschool teachers
- Create personal memory decks by adding pictures, sounds, and text
- Define pairs using same image or pairs using different images
- Play the game with 6, 8, 12, 16 or 20 cards
- Four built-in decks and five audio languages
- Intuitive child-friendly controls for play and create mode
- Child proof settings and edit lock mode
- Ability to disable sounds for kids with special needs

Split decks is a unique feature of MyMemo: the ability to create cards which match with each other based on a relationship instead of matching with its identical twin (e.g., “Cow” matching with “calf”, instead of the usual “cow” and “cow”). This feature makes it a flexible tool to use in a teaching setting, allowing teachers to re-enforce a wide range of relationships such as rhyming words, relationships between adult and child animals, big and small letters, colors, and more.

The game comes with 4 high-quality built-in decks to get you started (Vehicles, Tools, Fruits and Vegetables, and Animals), with audio localized in 5 different languages (English, Spanish, German, French and Swedish). However, the real value of MyMemo lies in the educational possibilities offered by creating your own memory decks. For example:

- Ask kids to make their own deck based on a certain theme, e.g. seasons, colors, objects that begin with a particular letter, etc.
- Create decks where the audio recordings give fun little instructions relevant to the image, e.g. “bark like a dog three times”.
- Create split memory decks with items that rhyme with each other.
- Teach upper case and lower case alphabets with split deck.

In the settings menu you can also turn off the edit mode, so you can safely pass the device to the child without risking any inadvertent changes. Additionally, you can turn off the sound effects in case you are teaching kids with special needs who may be sensitive to sudden sounds.

MyMemo has a polished graphical user interface designed to be intuitive enough for children to use, making both the play mode and creation mode easy, fun, and educational for kids to use. What better way for children of a preschool class to learn than to build their own decks and then share with their classmates?

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What’s New

Version 21.0

Bugfix. If you enjoy the game, please rate it 5 stars to spread the love :)

Ratings and Reviews

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