Search This Blog

Loading...

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Memory Game: Ayumu's Memory

Memory Game: Ayumu's Memory
Can you beat Ayumn in memory game? Take this challenge. 
Ayumu, a chimpanzee living at the Primate Research Institute of Kyoto University, has demonstrated in numerous experiments his extraordinary short-term memory which even adult humans cannot surpass. Now we have remade one of the famous tasks completed by Ayumu for you to test your active memory ability! Your goal in this game is to memorize the positions of the squares from 1 to 9, then click them in the same order. At each level of the game, click the circle on the screen to start, then 9 squares marked with numbers 1 to 9 will be shown for a very short time. After the squares are flipped face-down, you need to click the squares in the correct order of 1 to 9. Accept Ayumu's challenge now and see if your short-term memory is more powerful than his!




If you liked it please do help us grow by sharing it with your friends

Get 'Fun With Puzzles' updates via email...

Enter your email address


Please look out for the confirmation email that you’ll get shortly. If you don’t get it, check your junk mail folder as occasionally they do get filtered.

Delivered by FeedBurner

No comments:

Post a Comment