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Game of Concentration (A)
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3. Really mediocre
4. Below average
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An early form of educational game from Atari who went on to produce a whole range of children and educational games. The object of the game was simple in itself for you had a screen full of cards that had all been placed faced down and you had to turn two cards over at a time to attempt to match up two identical symbols. Failure to match up a pair meant that the cards were turned back over and then the next player attempted to match a pair whilst attempting to remember what the previously revealed cards were. Matching a pair awarded you points and you had to match up all the cards in the fastest combination possible.
This game showed its age very quickly for in both graphics and sound there was little to appeal. Even with children in mind this game was hampered by being limited in value, actual game play and longevity for there was so little to do within it. At time of release it was probably a lot cheaper to buy a deck of cards and play the game that way.
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(Black / Gray Box).
Other versions with a different title:
Hunt & Score
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