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Digi Ronin Games Announces Memory Clinic

February 17, 2010

Digi Ronin Games Announces Memory Clinic

Get ready to play mind games this March with the first hidden object game created to improve your memory and sharpen your brain skills

Digi Ronin Games today announced the March release of “Memory Clinic”, the first hidden object casual game created to improve your memory and sharpen your brain skills. Developed and distributed by Digi Ronin Games, “Memory Clinic”, for both PC and Mac, arrives hot on the heels of “Mary Kay Andrews: The Fixer Upper”, the company’s wildly successful casual game released earlier this year.

“We’re playing mind games and proud of it,” enthused Jay Powell, Co-founder of Digi Ronin Games. “In the over 60 levels of gameplay in ‘Memory Clinic’, we’ve put together a unique collection of hidden object challenges that will boost your brain power, but you’ll think you’re just having fun.”

About “Memory Clinic”

Join Dr. Summerland at her exclusive Memory Clinic to improve your memory through a variety of hidden object-based challenges. “Memory Clinic” features familiar hidden object content with an added memory training aspect. Each hidden object scene is based around a specific “brain training” activity. As you progress in the game, puzzles become tougher and more thought-provoking. Throughout “Memory Clinic”, Dr. Summerland monitors your performance and presents harder challenges until you master the skills taught at the clinic. Thanks to a wide range of brain training mechanics, “Memory Clinic” also brings loads of replay value.

“Memory Clinic” Game Features

  • The first hidden object game created to improve your skills and memory!

  • Train in attention, speed, memory, and problem solving.

  • Time Attack Mode! For true experts only.

  • Over 60 levels of hidden object gameplay

  • 9 variations of hidden object gameplay

  • Specialized mini games to add a new challenge.

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