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Memory game - Harry Potter
A great memory game for kids with characters from Harry Potter moovie such as Hermione, Ron Weasley, Voldemort the dark wizard... so come and play!
The Harry Potter character was created by Joanne Rowling writing under the pen names J. K. Rowling, she's a British author novelist.
Harry Potter is a series of fantasy novels that chronicle the lives of a young boy, Harry Potter, who discovers, at the age of eleven, that he is a wizard.
He goes in a school of witchcraft and Wizardry, called Hogwarts School, where he meets Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley, young wizards too who will quickly become his best friends.
One of the other main characters is Voldemort, a dark wizard and the archenemy of Harry Potter.
The action mostly set in Scotland (Hogwarts), the West Country, Devon, London, and Surrey in southeast England.
How to play online memory game:
In this free games, the cards are arranged in columns and rows. You can change the number of cards on the board, and so the level of difficulty, thanks to the buttons located below the game.
You have to reconstruct the pairs of cards by turning them 2 by 2. If the cards turned face up are the same (a pair) you win and the pair disappears from the game otherwise the cards are automatically turned face down and you need to make a new try. Find all the pairs in the least moves and in a shortest time. You will find the full memory game rules here.
You can replay the same game as many times as you want: every time you start a new game, a random selection of the cards ensures a different game, so you can replay endlessly.
This game is compatible with all devices: desktop, tablets and smartphones. The content and the game adjust automatically to your device, so do not hesitate to play on a tablet or a smartphone.
Why play memory game:
Great exercise to train kid's memory. It's also a good practice to help them memorize the locations of different cards and you will be quickly surprised by their progress. This game will reinforce and boost their visual memory storage capacity in a playful way.