MemorizeME Final If you liked doing some brain training with your DS, you may want to check out madcat1990's nifty MemorizeME homebrew game for the tactile handheld. Already in its finalized version, MemorizeME sports some nice graphics, levels of difficulty, and new background music. madcat1990 also added a "Slow" power up, which will buy you some time while playing the game.
If you're not familiar with Memorize ME, it's a port of the memory game where you will be shown a set of symbols in a grid, all of them in pairs, and it's your task to memorize them in order for you to properly pick them out in pairs once the tiles are face down.
The download file below doesn't have a readme file, so if you're not sure on how to install it or if you have any questions, just hit the Via link to contact the homebrew developer. Enjoy!
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