Guess Face Is a New Memory Game from Timberman Developer

Guess Face

Digital Melody, the polish developer behind the likes of Timberman and Grab Lab, has released its new memory game, Guess Face.

Not to be confused with the myriad of games that have players guess the faces of celebrities, Guess Face has players memorize and then recall different face combinations. Players will need to try and remember as many details of the cartoon person they are shown, then asked to recall them from a number of choices.

There are 1,000+ face combinations to be discovered in the game, though the number of unique features for in each category is of course much, much smaller. Players will quickly begin encountering the same facial features, though in different combinations. Spotting familiar facial features won’t help with each match if they don’t belong to the current person, and a single mistake means game over.

The game is marketing itself as a memory training game, and to that end it offers players multiple difficulty levels, statistics to track their progress with, achievements to earn, and a score that grades their performance after each game.

Digital Melody is a polish indie game studio that is known for creating simple arcade games with unlockable 2D characters. The studios biggest hit, Timberman, has been downloaded over 5 million times through Google Play and is also available on the App Store and Steam.

Guess Face is free and contains ads and in app purchases that remove ads and instantly unlock different themes and faces. Here’s a trailer with a look at some of the game’s wacky faces:

Interested? Check out the new puzzle game on Google Play.

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