Here is a fun kids memory game with a Ben 10 monster theme.
This is a timed concentration card game with three levels of difficulty.
To begin, click the Small, Medium, or Large link or PLAY GAME button under the picture at left. This opens the game in a pop-up window.
Uncover all the pairs of matching cards before the timer expires.
Ben 10 Monster Cards follows the same rules as the classic Concentration card game.
Even though Ben 10 is a kids cartoon show, adults are certainly allowed to train their memory with this game too!
Ben 10 is a cartoon series shown on Cartoon Network. I've watched it a few times. There are monsters, lots of action, and suspense, but it's not gruesome or inappropriate.
It's far easier to criticize Tom & Jerry or RoadRunner cartoons for their excessive violence than this show.
HOW TO PLAY. There are three levels of difficulty in Ben 10 Monster Cards. Choose the level you want to play from the main game screen.
Level 1. This level has 10 cards and a 60-second time limit.
Level 2. This level has 14 cards and a 50-second time limit.
Level 3. This level has 20 cards and a 50-second time limit.
As in other Concentration card games, the cards are dealt face-down. You are allowed to turn over two cards at a time. Click a card to turn it face up.
The image below shows what it looks like when you win. As you can see, I completed the level with 37 seconds remaining on the timer. Apparently I also saved the day.
Your goal is to locate pairs of matching cards. Often the first two cards you turn over will not match (they won't have the same picture on them). When two cards don't match, they are both turned face-down again automatically.
So you need to place in your short-term memory the location and image for those two cards.
Now turn over another card. If it matches one of the cards you turned over previously (check your memory!), then click the matching card.
Whenever you turn over two matching cards, those two cards stay face up. You have won the level when all the card pairs are face up.
Each time you play a level, the cards are shuffled in a different order. That means you can play this memory concentration game over and over as part of your regular brain training.
I recommend that you start at Level 1, and once you can beat that level consistently move on to Level 2. Don't try Level 3 until you have mastered Level 2.
The game has a fairly loud and aggressive soundtrack. If you find the music distracting, click the mute button in the upper right corner (looks like a music equalizer).
This Ben 10 kids memory game, like all variations of the Concentration memory card game, provides endless practice with short term memory. If you want the most benefit, play these types of memory games regularly, at least several times a week.
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