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Gridz

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Gridz! is a new touch screen game that challenges your visual memory. Similar to the classic card game "Concentration," Gridz! presents you with a 6 x 6 grid of cards with different images. The cards flip over in changing pattern during which you must remember the locations of certain cards. After the cards have all flipped once, you must identify the location of the cards with the image specified. With over 170 levels of play, you will get hooked on Gridz! in no time!

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