In conjunction with our holiday gift guides filled with gift ideas for everyone on your list, we're having a mega giveaway with over 150 days of prizes!

Have you ever heard the medical mumbo jumbo that says you need to exercise your brain to keep it healthy? Okay, so it’s not technically “mumbo jumbo” but I don’t want to have to look up details and site some medical journal to make any more specific reference than that. I have no question about whether the benefits of such mental exercises are real. Personally, I recognize an improvement in my thought processes when I do logic puzzles, play strategy games or engage in any kind of memory game.

But I’ll be honest and say that I think some games are better suited for younger minds than mine. Games that require speed or dexterity fall into this category and for the most part so do memory games. Sometimes I’ll come across a game that breaks that mold and today’s prize is one of those. MemoArrr! from Stronghold Games is a  prime example of a memory game that transcends ages. We included it yesterday in our guide to games for younger kids, but it’s definitely one this almost-half-century-old person would play again and again. I encourage you to read our MemoArrr! game overview to get a grasp of what makes it more than a simple memory-matching game and when you realize how solid it is, come back and enter to win a copy. The prize for this giveaway won’t arrive in time for the holidays so take advantage of the affordable price tag and pick up a copy so you can mark another gift recipient off your holiday shopping list!

Mega Giveaway 2018 – MemoArrr Game

17 thoughts on “MemoArrr! Game Giveaway

  1. I use to play a lot of games with foster kids in a group home, memory games were the favorites of the younger crowd. So yes I would play if I had a younger crowd to enjoy it.

  2. I would give it a shot, but I don’t know if I would be a repeat player!! I have a lot of memory issues and they’re not getting any better. My grandkids would like this though.

  3. I love memory games. The only downside is that too often they do not give you enough time to make a decision, though you should not be given unlimited amount of time. Yes, I would try this; it looks like a lot of fun.

  4. I like memory games as ones to play with my grandchildren but they certainly are quicker and better at them than I am. I would give this one a try for sure.

  5. I am not very good at the memory games anymore. I can’t remember as much as I would like but I would give this game a shot. Probably lose. which is ok with me

  6. Memory games are challenging, but fun. I like trying to beat myself & get better each game. I’d absolutely give this games a try!!

  7. Most memory games are pretty simple, but they’re great for kids! I’d totally give this game a try with my kids.

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