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Memory Toy Story 3 Educational Game

by Hasbro
19 customer reviews

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  • Can you find the matching pairs of your favorite Toy Story characters! Potatoes, pigs, ponies, and more! Tons of fun for your preschoolers!
  • Don't forget where you left your toys! This classic game is fun for all ages.
  • Can you remember what's hiding where? It's fun to find matching pictures of your favorite things, two by two.
  • Just flip over the cards, two at a time, trying to make a match. If you do, you keep them.
  • Remember and find the most pairs and you're the winner! Ages 3 and up. 1 or more players.
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Product Description

Your favorite toy box pals are back and ready for card-flipping action! Can you find Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the Toy Story stars? Flip over cards two at a time and see how many matching pairs you can find! And since it's simple to learn and quick to set up, the MEMORY game adds more play to playtime.For 1 or more players, ages 3 and up.Contents Include: 72 picture cards, plastic tray and instructions.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 7.9 x 1.5 inches ; 13.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Canada
  • ASIN: B003FHNNGI
  • Item model number: 19883
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,689 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By New England Mom on August 31, 2011
I bought this for my son because it was Toy Story. My daughter has the original Memory game. This is a terrible game!! So many of the pictures look alike, it almost makes the child think that they're bad at it. For instance, 3 different pictures could have Woody in them but in 3 different poses. It just doesn't work with the idea of the game for young kids. Stick to the original, we're giving ours to good will.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Brent V. on November 25, 2011
Those of us who have played "Memory" know how fun and educational it can be. I LOVE this version as it is a more challenging one. As another reviewer stated, there are several "Woody" cards but they are in different poses, hence the increased challenge of the game. We have the original "Toy Story Memory Game" which allows for younger ones to start building the "Memory Pathways" a little easier. When you combine the "Toy Story 3 Memory" with the original "Toy Story Game" I believe you have a GREAT combination. They are both fun and personally,I appreciate the additional challenge built in to the "Toy Story 3 game". The Toy Story 3 gets an A+ in this house. We have noticed a greater attention to detail develop in our child. I say get both and you will have a winning combination for YEARS of fun! Thanks for your time in reading my opinion on the game.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Lili Anderson on March 26, 2011
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I loved playing memory as a kid. I was excited to teach my two year old son how to play. We got the game a few days ago, and he's really enjoyed it, especially the Toy Story characters. However, if I'd known that the characters repeat on the cards so many times I would not have bought this version of Memory. For now, it works because we only use a few sets at a time, but it'll be a very long time before we use the whole version of the game (longer than it would be with the original Memory game). There are repeats of characters over and over to make the complete set (Woody is in different poses on at least four sets of the game), and that certainly add another dimension of difficulty to the game.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By rocklover on October 22, 2012
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Purchases for my 2 & 6 year old grandsons for Christmas last year. This is a great educational game! For the 2 year old we started by only putting out 4-5 pairs for him to match and added more sets for more challenge as he got better at it (which was pretty quick). Both the boys love the Memory games! Great gift item!!
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This is an acceptable version of the memory game made slightly more challenging by having multiple poses of the same character. Therefore the children need to distinguish between similar objects. This does make it a little more difficult for the youngest players. My children, now 5 and 8, have had the game a couple years and never request it anymore. They played it a few times when they first got it and then less and less over time. They just owned memory games that were more fun.

Educationally speaking, the memory games do have a role in practicing memory skills with small preschool and elementary school children up to about third grade. After that they really are too old for this particular form of the memory game.

A far better memory game that has been a favorite with my children for years is The Magic Labyrinth Board Game. Even adults find that one challenging and enjoyable. Another game that is slightly more challenging than this Toy Story Memory game is Monkeyland. And finally a memory game which also practices number sense up to 100 as well as evens and odds is Hide and Eeek. All three of these games are better for children 5 and up than this one.

A preschool teacher might want to get this one, while elementary school teachers should go with either Monkey Land or Hide and Eeek!. Magic Labyrinth really isn't rugged enough for the classroom, although it is the most fun option for family use.
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By Jen Bee on November 21, 2011
I like Toy Story and I like Memory games, but this game is horrible.

As other reviewers have stated, the pictures on the cards are too similar to each other. There's a close up of Woody; Woody with his foot on a ball; Woody with Buzz; Woody with Jessie; Woody dancing; Woody on Bullseye; Woody with Jessie & Buzz; Woody with Jessie & Buzz & Hamm & Rex; Woody with Jessie, Buzz, Hamm, Rex, Aliens, Bullseye & Mr Potato Head. Possibly even more combinations - I think we lost some of the cards.

We usually break the cards into 3 sets and play them that way, to make the game more manageable - but today my 4 year old son wanted to play the whole set together. He seemed to enjoy the challenge, but I did not find it enjoyable. It prompted me to come and write this review.

You'd think that they could have added more individual characters to the cards: Andy, Bonnie, Big Baby, Barbie, Ken, Zurg, Andy's Mom, Mr. Pricklepants. Please?!

We also own 'eeBoo I Never Forget a Face Memory Game' and I find that one much more enjoyable and worthwhile.
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I have to agree with the other poor reviews. I grew up playing the memory game and thought it would be cool for my niece and nephew to play it. This is NOT the original. The images on the cards are so much alike, they confuse not only a child, but an adult as well. Mr. Potato head and the pig, for example, are on 5 or 6 separate cards and standing almost in identical positions with very small variations. It's hard to "memorize" where the clone card is when all the poses and characters are practically the same on every card. I also don't like that the images are small. Some cards have 10 characters bunched together on one small card. I'm not blind but it's annoying when you have to hold a card up to your face to notice the differences. I'll be selling this game at my next garage sale and looking for the original board game. If you're a Toy Story enthusiast/collector, go ahead and buy it but if you want to actually play the game, look for the original.
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