Caillou: The Memory Game

Play The Memory Game with Caillou to practice and increase your intelligence! Do you think you can keep up with this loveable four-year-old?

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About Caillou: The Memory Game

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    600 x 330
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Get ready for a fun challenge with Caillou: The Memory Game! You will be joined by Caillou, a bright toddler who is extremely curious about everything around him. How does he discover so many interesting facts about the world around him? It's simple! He has the help of many people who love him!

There's nothing better than exploring, surrounded by friends and family! Caillou's mum, dad, little sister, friends, and neighbors guide him and try to teach him as many useful things as they can. Are you ready to meet them? This game gives you the chance to do just that!

The basic idea is quite simple. It is designed to test an essential skill for anyone: your memory ability. Are you sure you haven't played this classic card game before?

Flip the cards and find out if you were right!

Take a close look at the twelve cards turned upside down on the play area. There are six pairs of identical cards that you need to match up one by one. All you need to do is click to flip one of them over. Click again to uncover another image. Seems like a piece of cake? Think again! 

The catch is that you can only flip over two cards at a time. If it turns out that they don't match, they will return to their original position. The trick is to try your best to remember the location of each new character you uncover. It's quite easy when they are so adorable! Can you believe that you get to meet Caillou's mother and his little sister, Rosie?

The game consists of a single level. However, the cards get shuffled every time you finish or restart the game, so you can practice for as long as you like. You could even time yourself to check on your progress. Isn't that cool?

As long as you keep practicing, you're bound to make progress! Our favorite four-year-old hero knows that, and now so do you!