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PC Games Tuesday N°8

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Welcome to PC Games Tuesday - this week presents a memory game!


Ori Brusilovsky's game isn't just simple memory game - your tactics skills (and luck) are important too. The pair of cards you find determines the action you perform. Or not. Depends on circumstances.

Have a good time with another puzzle game!

Once upon a time, Poncho and Redd met in the Wild West, something unpleasant happened, they started a duel, and it's a fight to the death. You fight with your mind only but your decisions have an impact on reality. matchoff1.pngClick a pair of cards at a time to reveal if they are a match. If you find matching images of guns you shoot - but only if your cylinder is loaded. If you have projectiles and shoot, the bullet stops between you two and waits for your rival's move - if he gets a pair of shields, he's protected this turn. Pairs you reveal are usable just for the current round and you can't keep guns or shield for the next one, only bullets. But of course, you can remember where the shields are and flip them in the right moment when is the bullet aiming at you impatiently waiting for your action. Surprise for Poncho!

The game is for one or two players. Both of you have ten lives. If you play single, Poncho is rather clever AI. You can choose a difficulty and if your memory isn't brilliant, you might want to try an easy level first.

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A cool cowboy game to pass the time


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