Speaking of gypsy, isn't it used in Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame constantly?
I somehow did it perfectly the first time, managing to remember everything I turned over. Maybe try this:
Get a pen and paper. Hold the pen in one hand, your mouse in the other. Draw a grid equal to the game. Write does a short description of the picture (a word it reminds you of, or even a letter) on the paper grid. While exploring turn the tiles from left to right before going to the next row.
He's not talking about the sliding puzzle.
He's taking about the card-flipping game first introduced in that event with the candy witch, the mini-game of which is slow to react.
I'm interested to know why you would think this advice could even apply to the sliding puzzle. What did you think I meant by "turn over"? Why would you think I'm advising to write down tiles to remember?
Or were you commenting on what I was saying to tell other people that I'm not talking about the sliding puzzle? Why would someone assume that when the title on the thread refers to "the matching card game"?
I'm saying to YOU that Rhey is not talking about the sliding puzzle.
Your solution makes no sense for the matching game.
It's essentially a memory game. Just because writing things down doesn't help you remember, doesn't mean other people can't benefit from writing things down. It's a memory game. If you write things down you don't have to remember them in your head since they will be on the paper.
When you flip the cards they flip back again after a few seconds so that you can no longer see them. But they are actually still the same card. You need to know what picture is on the other side so that if you come across the same picture on a different tile you will know where to match it. People have trouble with remembering what picture is on the other side because they forget, but writings on paper will stay there where you can see them. Understand now?
Theres no time to doodle in the paper when time is running and cards won't flip by themselves...
Oh yeah, I suppose most people aren't ambidextrous.
Grats on still missing the point entirely.
The issue is the fact that the cards take far too long to flip over, both when you get a match correct, and when you don't. And, if the server (or your comp) is extra laggy, there's that rare moment when the game thinks you're trying to flip over three cards, or the same card twice (like a double-click), which just eats up more time.
Can you record and upload this issue? I doubt Nexon will fix something without a video showing what exactly is wrong.
Gens take 6 months between each release but people expect to do them in 6 hours, and then two weeks later they complain that "there's nothing to do on Mabi".