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Pet Rescue Memory - Round 1 (finished)

Crazy Cat LadCrazy Cat Lad Posts: 10,501 Community Manager
edited October 2019 in Contests
Let's play some good old fashioned Memory!
Pick two cards and if it's a match you have won Gold Bars! 

If you get a match you will win Gold Bars as follow, if you found the same Pet you've won 25 Gold Bars and the Blocks of same colour are 10 Gold Bars
Post here below which two cards you pick and think is a match. For example "I choose cards A and B"
After a week I will reveal all the eventual matches and the players who found two equal cards will get their Gold Bars. 

All remaining cards that haven't been matched will stay on the game board to the week after and the second round of the game. So no matter if you won or not, you have a new chance to pick two new cards next week, if there are any matches left so to say.

Next Monday Round 2 will start and you can choose two new cards, so stay tuned! 

Please note that you can only make one pick of two cards in every round of the game. If you post twice or pick several cards, it's only your first choice that counts. Also you can't pick the exact same cards that another player already chose. For example, if a player chose A and B, you cannot make the same choice, but A and C is ok or B and C. 

You have until Tuesday 29 October 2019 09:00 CET to participate and the Terms and Conditions are right here.
Do not have a Community account yet? 
Then sign up right here to participate! 


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