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    Fisher-Price: I Can Remember

    Game » consists of 2 releases. Released 1989

    Master short-term memory skills in this Concentration-style game for PCs and the NES.

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    Fisher-Price: I Can Remember is an educational card game developed by Beam Software (GameTek for PC) and published by GameTek for PC and Nintendo Entertainment System.


    The goal in Fisher-Price: I Can Remember is to eliminate all the cards on the board in order to reveal the image hidden underneath. Removing the cards is accomplished by flipping over cards with the goal of getting the same card twice in a row. If the second card flipped does not match the first then they are both flipped face down.

    The game can be played in single player or two player multiplayer with players being able to play against another human or a computer controlled opponent.

    There are three difficulty levels to the game which will place more cards on the board.


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