Fisher-Price I Can Remember NES Game Cartridge
Fisher Price: I Can Remember was released for the NES in 1990. It was developed by Beam Software and published by GameTek. The game is card based and tests the players memory. The goal is trying to flip pairs over from the cards to find matching pairs. If a pair that is flipped is unmatched, they will be flipped back over and a player will need to remember those cards when it is their turn again. There are three levels of play, with every level progressively getting more cards, starting with 12, then 16, and then 20. The pictures on the cards will be of toys made by Fisher Price. Finding any matches will remove cards on screen, which will then reveal parts from a bigger item by Fisher Price. The game can be single player or competitive two player. The computer in single player will be called Electro.
Region: NTSC (North America)