Remember the Numbers is a very simple game. When you launch a new game, multiples numbers pop on the screen. You then have three seconds to remember them before they disappear. You must then touch the screen at the place where the numbers where following the ascending order. If you succeed, the game continues with new numbers but if you fail, you’ll have to begin from the start again.
Retrace number sequences that always get longer in a survival mode that follows an exhilarating rhythm. Put your memory and reflexes to the trial in this arcade game. Reach the highest score possible and work on your memorization skills with Remember the numbers.
- Best score
- Touch the screen to interact
A series of numbers appear briefly on the screen, then are flipped... will you remember their correct positions, or will your memory fail you? Be quick though; if the time expires, you lose!
* Clean and simple design
* Original gameplay
* Smooth animations and sounds
* Portrait and landscape modes
* Leaderboard and achievements
* Share your score to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or anywhere your little heart desires
* Cloud saves: play on your phone, pick up your tablet, your score has been synced
"123 Memory is just so cool! I love the animations and the night theme! Really well done!! Congratulations" - Bruno
"Probably the best game of the year" - claim the quote and your name goes here
"Ouuuuuuuuh ouuuh ouuuh! Crrr crrr craaaooouuuh! Aaaaaaaaouuuh" - Ayumu the chimpanzee, who would beat you every time at this game
Oh right, about that chimpanzee intelligence test thing. Scientists in Kyoto, Japan tested chimpanzees' photographic memory (or eidetic memory as they call it) with a test very similar to this game (although not as beautiful). They were astonished to see how well the chimpanzees did; their memory was much better than that of human participants!
Play a few games of 123 Memory and then check out this amazing performance from the chimpanzee Ayumu: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0-tuOQhSw8
* how many digits you can remember ?
* it's a useful tool for you to practice your memory every day ,
* Practice your ability to remember the numbers .
* you have to remember the given number ,and Type it after it disappears. .
* in each level the number will be increased by one digit .
- Single digit numbers will be shown to you one by one
- When the number pad becomes active, key in the digits in the same sequence as was shown to you
- Each level progresses with the addition of an extra digit, thereby increasing the sequence length
- On the fly verification of input digits
- Display speeds can be set to Fast, Medium or Slow
- Virtually unlimited levels.
If you take it as a challenge, it can very well challenge you. If you consider it as your guide, it can act as a trainer, who will always stand by you while improving your memorization skills.
A little on the background of this game..
The digit span task exercises your verbal working memory. Scientists refer to working memory as the cognitive system that allows the temporary storage and manipulation of information. Verbal working memory is involved in many everyday tasks, from remembering your friend's telephone number while you enter it into your phone, to understanding long and difficult sentences. Think about it; how could you understand a whole sentence if you couldn't remember the words at the beginning long enough to connect with the words at the end! Verbal working memory is also thought to be one of the elements underlying intelligence (or 'IQ'); thus, the digit span task is a common component of many IQ tests, including the widely used WAIS (Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scales).
Performance on the digit span task is also closely linked to language learning abilities; improving your verbal memory capacities may therefore help you to master a new language or to expand your vocabulary. Though the purpose of this activity is improvement in Memorization, many people feel that improving this index has compounding benefits for working memory as a whole and even improves behavior which includes paying attention, staying on task and avoiding distractions.
The average digit span for normal adults without error is seven plus or minus two. But a lot more is possible with a trained memory. Solomon Veniaminovich Shereshevsky (1886–1958) had an amazing digit span of over 70.
It is a game to memorize numbers; you have to memorize the numbers in each button within the limited time.
When the time has passed, they disappear.
Then, tab each button according to the order of numbers - the smaller it is, the sooner it has to be tapped.
Every time you pass the stage, it gets HARDER!
The highest level you have cleared is saved; you can challenge from there if you want.
Why don't you stretch your brain up by playing this simple game just for 10 minutes,
which people of all ages across the world can enjoy? Have some fun and clear all the levels!
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You can practice remembering numbers.
Very useful to kinds in remembering numbers or phone numbers.
Excellent practice exercise to remember numbers.
It is always fun to increase your memory with games.
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