★ #1 iPhone/iPad Education App in Spain!
★ Top 10 Kids Apps 2011 from bestkidsapps.com
An outstanding memory game of concentration and focus from Pi’ikea Street (the award winning developers of ‘Interactive Alphabet’).
Hop on the train with Spacey the elephant and help him focus his memory while on the way to the circus. Memorize the characteristics of objects passing by and recall them to earn stars, badges, and peanuts. Along the way, kids may find a few surprises!
Kids will be challenged to remember things like:
“What color was the shape?”
“Which one was green?”
“What number just passed by?”
“What 3 things just passed by?”
✓ Choose from 9 player avatars
✓ 4 player slots so brother,sister,mom and dad can play independently.
✓ 10 different types of levels
✓ Adaptive Difficulty
✓ Earn stars, badges and peanut trophies.
This app is language neutral with no spoken language so that children from anywhere can play!
Please check out our other app ‘Interactive Alphabet’ for more Pi’ikea St. fun!
Piikea St. LLC is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
Recommended Ages: 4-7, 8-10
Categories: Memory, Games, Matching
Your feedback e-mails and your 5-star reviews on the app store continue to motivate us to improve the app. Thank you!
Checkout our new app 'Counting Bees' for learning counting 1-20, in 7 languages.
What's new in this update?
- Language neutral badges
- various bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Can't say how happy I am with Piikea Street and their apps! Memory Train is simple, fun and challenging enough to "grow" with my toddlers. The kids love seeing little characters that they recognize from their ABCs. And again, kudos to the company for somehow creating sounds and music that are actually soothing...not overdone, jarring or flashy, like so many things supposedly geared for kids these days. We love it!
Great for memory recall
This is a simple memory game but just the right tool for my youngest to get him to concentrate and recall what he has just seen. One of the few apps that are not too difficult as it can adjust the difficulty level according to my son's performance yet it gets more challenging at a pace he's comfortable with. He plays with this independently almost everyday.
My daughter loves this app. I actually kept an old iPhone so she could keep playing it, but one night it auto-updated and now she can’t play it any more. She keeps asking me “did they fix the train game”. I hope they do update it. It’s a very nicely done kids’ game
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.