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"Pairs Matching" is a classic memory game that involves matching pairs of identical cards by flipping them over. The game is usually played with a deck of cards that has images or symbols on the face, and the objective is to turn over pairs of matching cards by remembering their location on the game board.

The game can be played solo or with multiple players, and it's often used as a fun way to improve memory and cognitive skills. There are also digital versions of the game available, which use graphics or animations instead of physical cards.

Pairs Matching


Here is a general guide on the controls and how to play the game:


  • To interact with the game, use your mouse or finger to click or tap on the cards.

How to play:

  1. Open the game and choose a level of difficulty.
  2. The game board will appear, with a grid of cards arranged face-down.
  3. To play, flip over two cards to reveal their pictures.
  4. If the two cards have identical pictures, they will remain face-up and you will score a point.
  5. If the two cards do not match, they will flip back over, and you will need to try again.
  6. Continue flipping over pairs of cards until all pairs have been matched.
  7. The game will keep track of your score and time to complete the game.
  8. The game may also include additional challenges or variations, such as matching pairs of related items or finding pairs within a time limit.

That's a general guide on how to play "Pairs Matching." The game is simple and easy to learn, and it's a great way to improve your memory and concentration skills.

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