Memories of Ur

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Memories of Ur is a card matching game featuring graphics from the old online game GLITCH.

- four themes for card decks: the Eleven Giants, Inhabitants of Ur, Cubimals, and Mental Space.
- eleven layouts for each theme (44 layouts in all) ranging from easy (16 cards) to difficult (40 cards). NOTE: only the first 5 layouts for each theme are currently available.
- best accuracy score saved for each layout.
- music by mJc
- thanks to Tiny Speck for releasing the assets from GLITCH into the public domain.


Last Updated: September 21, 2022

A few additions here and there:
- the sub-menu scenes now start by partially scrolling to the left to let the player know that the menu screen extends beyond one screen.
- the piano keyboard on the main menu screen is fully functional!
- several interactive elements were added here and there on the various sub-menu scenes (can you find them all?).

That's it for now. Still need to work on the additional card layout pages.



June 21, 2016

Nice Update. I like the changes :). One small thing I'd add is being able to skip the intro. Maybe after a second show a skip button or something. It gets a bit annoying having to sit through it each time. Cool the first couple of times, but after that I just want to play!.

June 11, 2016

Great work! Very polished project.

  • When I was in the world select screen, I tried the piano thinking I could play it. It'd be cool if you made the piano keys actually work as a little surprise.
  • Similarly on the level select screen (with the cat) I just wanted to touch everything hoping there would be little surprises. It'd be awesome if you made interactive elements, like touch the cat and it meows or snores or something.
  • I didn't know you could swipe on the level screen until I accidentally did it.

Any ways, awesome work :)

June 12, 2016

Thanks Murtaza. I have a list of little interactive "surprises" that I want to add, including tap the cat and it purrs. I like your idea with the piano. The keys may be a bit too small to play, but maybe have different sections of the keyboard play different tunes. Should I put a swipe indicator on the menu pages so people know they can swipe to see more options?

June 12, 2016

Hmm, what you can do instead of an indicator, is start it all the way on the right (or partially if it's too long), and just pan over. This way the user can sort of get the idea that theres more.

June 13, 2016

Good idea, I'll add that in the next update. Thanks.