So this was my first attempt at Flash programming. Nothing complicated: just a little memory game. The rules are simple. Each round contains a grid of blank squares; beneath each square is a symbol. Clicking on a square reveals the symbol beneath. You may only view two symbols at a time.
Your task is to match up each pair of symbols in the shortest possible time and with the fewest guesses. The three difficulty levels differ in the number of available squares and number of card types. Click on the image to play.
After finishing Memory, I thought I'd try my hand at something more complex: a one-player word game called "Scroggle". The object of the game is to come up with as many words as you can within the allotted time. Slide the tiles horizontally and vertically around the board to make words in the middle row. Once you've made a word, click <ENTER> to add it to your word list and your round score will be updated. Although encouraged, extra points will not be awarded for obscenities.
There are three levels: in level 1, you have to make 4-letter words; in level 2, 5-letter words, and level 3: 6-letters.