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This game is available now on Apple, Android and Symbian Smart phones.

Here is the first 2 levels of game play for Memory Loss by Dinoroar Interactive.

You are shown items to memorise in a certain amount of time, then the screen flips over and you will need to remember the items that was in the inital scenario.

You have 60 seconds to complete the level and there are distractors (other items that weren't in thie inital scenario to confuse you)

the first 2 levels are pretty easy- and as the game keeps going, you have a shorter amount of time in each scenario to memorise the items.

It truly is a test of memory and skill, as there are 10 levels to...

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