This is a memory game. The part of the brain used in this game is a little different from other memory games.
On your turn, roll the dice with various patterns.
After checking , hide it with the cup of the color of the pattern that came out.
The next player rolls the dice and hides it with a cup in the same way.
There are only 3 cups for each color.
When the fourth die of that color comes out, hide it with a yellow cup and the answer phase begins.
The player using the yellow cup starts answering.
In other words
・ It is not decided how many cups will be lined up each time.
・ No one knows who to start.
Answer as much as you can remember the picture of the dice from the first cup.
If you answer correctly, you will get a cup. (1 point except for the yellow cup. 2 points for the yellow cup.)
If the answer is incorrect, the next player gets a cup.
The next player will answer from the next cup. It continues until the yellow cup is opened.
It's interesting that I don't know which cup I will answer because I don't know how many cups the previous player can answer.
So I have to remember it as extensively as possible.
It is difficult to take a strategy of concentrating on a part and memorizing it.
2 points if you can answer the yellow cup. Of course, when you make a mistake in the yellow cup, the next player will get 2 points.
repeat this until someone exceeds 20 points.
The using part of the brain is clearly different from other memory games.
If classic memory games like "Sagaland", "Chicken Cha Cha Cha" , "Ravensburger's memory", "Magic Labyrinth", "Déjà Vu",etc. are typical training machines like this,
"Memo dice" is this.
Machine to train armpit muscles
I feel like I'm using the muscles of my brain that I don't normally use.
What's the difference?
After all, the classic memory game is like remembering a huge picture from the beginning to the end of the game.
But in "Memo dice", the answers change one after another in a short span. Whether you remember or not, you always have one chance. The rotation is fast.
It is a big difference from other memory games that repeating memorizing the answers that change one after another with one chance and trying to memorize one constant answer from the beginning to the end of the game by repeating mistakes several times.
The pattern is hard to remember.
Some pictures, such as "blue elephant" and "black moon," match the colors relatively.
There are also pictures that do not match, such as "blue apple" and "blue ladybug". The player is confused.
It is interesting to memorize these 5-9 symbols over and over again, using different parts of the brain.
I remember 4-5, but often the one in the middle is missing from my memory. I suddenly miss one.
According to a Microsoft survey, "modern people who depend on internet surfing can concentrate in 8 seconds”"You Now Have a Shorter Attention Span Than a Goldfish”.
When playing this game, there is certainly a situation where "only one is missing".
So, I feel as if can concentrate for only 8 seconds? ummm...it might be true.