App Review: Memory Train

by Rich on February 21, 2013 · 3 comments

This month’s app review is another one by Piikea Place – Memory Train! This app is a great tool to help your child excel in comprehension and focus by improving the memory skills, which will then help them improve in other areas such as math, reading, and everyday tasks.

We Read Better Reviews Memory Train

Summary: The app’s main character is Spacey the elephant and your child will help him solve various memory puzzles as they ride throughout the game on a train with a great circus event waiting at the end. The memory puzzles will require the child to memorize different objects as they pass by the screen and there are also several surprises along the way!

Here is a quick video of the app that was developed by the app creators – Piikea Street.

Special Features:

  • Available for iPad & iPhone.
  • 9 player avatars
  • 4 independent player slots
  • 10 different types of levels
  • Adaptive Difficulty
  • Earn stars, badges and peanut trophies.
  • No spoken language so that children from anywhere can play!

Price: The cost of this app is $1.99

Screen Shots:

Overall, the developers – Piikea Street, describe the app as “an outstanding memory game of concentration and” that focus will challenge your kids to remember things like:

  • “What color was the shape?”
  • “Which one was green?”
  • “What number just passed by?”
  • “What 3 things just passed by?”

So after you teach your child the alphabet from the previous app review, you can share this new app that will improve concentration and focus!

Sources: Piikea Place, iTunes


{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Jadermanuel September 4, 2014 at 10:42 pm

Reading is fantastic. When I sttread school, a parochial grade school, we picked up our books a couple of weeks before school sttread. My older sister, age 9 at the time, sat me down and taught me to read in few days. When school sttread I could already read everything I needed to for the first grade.The rapid interpretation of so many symbols arranged in a nearly infinite number of combinations is simply amazing.


Elizabeth February 18, 2015 at 11:46 pm

May08MaC17588 guys in 2:45 like the umpa lumpa`s voice haushuahsuahsu mutch fail try yoserulf(para os brasileiros tentem por no 2:45 muito fail parece a voz dos umpa lumpas tentem voces mesmo)


William November 2, 2017 at 9:10 am

Must be a gift for my children on Christmas Day.


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