Amnesia of Who bills itself as the ultimate memory game. You play the character Who, who has amnesia and who has forgotten his whole family. Help him remember his family members by practicing your memory and revealinga new family member each time .
The player chooses two circles and flips them over to reveal the icons hidden on their other side. The goal is to match pairs of circles with the same icon. The game ends when the last pair has been flipped over and matched.
You can configure 16 combinations of difficulty using the following options:
1) “peek” (off by default) – Lets you open and then close again a circle.
2) “tries” (on by default) – Set to 8 failed matches.
3) “time” (off by default) – Set to 2 minutes.
4) “shuffle” (off by default) – Shuffles circles after a wrong match. You just get a quick glimpse of where the circles you just mismatched went before they flip back again.
If Tries and/or Time is on, then after each level you see an “Extra” screen showing how many Tries and/or how much Time remained available (if any). Those add on to the next level’s default Tries and Time respectively.
The game is $0.99 with a free trial and can be found in the Windows Phone Store here.