How Far Your Brain Can Go? Challenge Your Memory With This! A Game For All Ages
SHARPENS BABY'S BRAIN: Memory Chess can help to improve baby's three-dimensional imagination, colour cognitive ability and stimulate the baby's curiosity at her or his early age.
COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT: At the young age, the game can enhance your child's brain. It improves IQ, raises bonding with parents, and it also prevents them depending on gadgets.
Constructed from high-quality wooden material and environmentally friendly paint, enable you to use with peace of mind.
FOR ALL AGES: The memory chess game keeps your brain snappy and active, this prevents memory decline and other relevant health issues. A game for all members in the family, grandparents, kids and parents!
How to Play
Place all pawns randomly on the chessboard upside down.
Take a few seconds to memorise where the colours are placed on the chessboard.
Throw the dice and find out which colour to look for.
Pick as many identical coloured pawns as you can on the chessboard. If the chessman is with the same colour on the top of the dice then keep the chessman. Who get more chessmen at last who wins the game.OR you can set the winning standard to getting 4 same colour chessmen or 6 different colour chessmen.