Ravensburger Memory Game
The highly successful game from Ravensburger “Memory” first came on the scene in 1959 and as it celebrates its 50th anniversary looks to be as popular as ever. Each generation no matter where in the world they are from can play this timeless classic. To date, it has sold more than 75 million copies in over 80 countries.
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The global success is all down to the simple structure of the game and because it is not based on language everyone can partake. The principle behind the game is simply to match pairs of cards using memory, turning two cards over per move.
The cards are printed with pictures based on various themes popular with adults and children including special edition releases. The game is simple to play, is suitable for all ages and there is no limit of players. Best of all because it revolves around concentration and memorising individual pictures it encourages the thinking process and exercises the mind.
It is refreshing to be able to appreciate old favourites that have proved the test of time and still hold the same amount of interest today. Kids, parents and grandparents can improve their memory and have fun too particularly with the “Memory journey through time” version.
Best of all is the game itself never gets boring because there are new versions constantly being introduced; so far there have been 250 variations. Ravensburger are releasing 20 different versions of themed style memory games this year to celebrate their fifty year anniversary.
Children in particular like memory games with Disney motifs like Disney Princess and Disney Fairies, there are Bob the Builder games, Star Wars Clone Wars memory and SpongeBob Squarepants.
Popular memory games
- Winnie the Pooh
- Micky Mouse
- Bob the Builder
- The Lion King
- Thomas & Friends
- On the Farm
- Disney Fairies
- Dora the Explorer
- Lazy Town
- Tigger and Pooh
- Ben 10
- Power Rangers
Memory is the world’s most popular matching pairs game and is suitable for all ages, the thick cards and easy rules means little ones can take part too. The basic idea of the game is simple- seeking pairs of cards that match; but the fun is turning over cards with favourite characters, heroes, TV stars and so one.