by Pipedream Games Ltd.
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With Memotion you get an intuitive, ever-changing and very challenging game in which you will have to use your brain’s full potential.

Memory games are very common, and most people have grown wary of them. Which is why in Memotion you can combine new and established game modes in which ever way you like to create your own challenges. The beautiful and high quality pictures on the playing cards offer the possibility to customize your own deck and re-experience the game every time!

Play with four different difficulties! Easy, Normal, Hard and Extreme.

Are two-pair matches too boring? Try three-pair matches instead!

Over 70 different combinations of game modes! Play against the clock and see how fast you can be! Do you have the stamina for a marathon? Is normal too normal? Limit mode forces you to think about every move you make.

For an even greater challenge, try the unique CHAOS MODE! Unexpected fun and very addictive!

Compare yourself to your friends with a local high-score!

If you have questions, suggestions or problems please contact us directly via email or facebook! Have fun with Memotion!

How did TexturePacker help you with your development?

TexturePacker was an immense time saver and integrated very well in our custom pipline. The enormous amount of possible customization is just great! Thank you a lot! We would say that TexturePacker is one of the most important tools to create 2D games and UI Atlas Textures!

What are your favorite TexturePacker features?

  • Automatic sprite folder
  • Generic XML Export
  • AutoSD Feature for generating HD and SD Atlas Textures on the fly
  • Trim sprite names (we needed that for our pipeline)

Any tips and tricks you want to share with the community?

Always save a project file to your texture atlas! This saves you time to not reconfigure and think every time you update the sprite folder. But I think this is obvious :)

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