Card Search is easy to play, but you have to have a good memory to become an expert.
The computer will deal out the cards, this doesn't mean the computer knows where the cards are placed. The object of the game is to win as many cards as you can by turning the cards face up in pairs of the same value.
At the beginning of play you are to turn two cards face up, one at a time. If they are a pair, such as 2 Aces or 2 Threes, you won the two cards. See if you can turn up another pair. Keep on playing until you fail to turn up a pair, which, at the start of the game, is very often. If you do not turn up a pair with equal values, the cards will be turned face down, and the computer will try its luck.
As the game goes on, you will be able to remember the positions and values of some of the cards that have been turned up, if you concentrate. If your memory is good, you will be able to find these cards when you need them to make pairs with other cards you turn face up. The game ends when all the cards have been made into pairs. The one with the highest score is the winner. A tie is awarded to you!
This is a game that interests people of all ages.
Card Search V1.0 (3.1 Mb), 30-day trial period
Card Search was developed using Visual Basic, if you would like the source code, please contact us. Registered users will receive information about latest versions of the program via e-mail.
Card Search will work on Windows.
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