Improved main menu for better readability and easier use. Minor bug fixes.
Stressed out from life? Need to slow down a bit and rediscover your inner balance again?
This is the iPhone version of Ming's Memory well known from the iPad (see below).
Ming's Memory is based on traditional chinese medicine and utilizes the theory of the Five Elements.
★ RELAXING TO KNOW, THAT WE ARE UNDER THE TOP 40 APPS IN TOPAPPCHARTS.COM THANKS GUYS!! (IPAD: HEALTH AND FITNESS).
★ RATED 'EDITOR'S CHOICE' BY THE GUYS FROM WVW.TOP8.COM THANK YOU!!!!!
★ AFTER ONE DAY IN THE APPSTORE HITTING THE TOP 200 IN HEALTH AND FITNESS. WOW!
★ Relax in a playful way and indulge yourself in a calming routine.
★ Enjoy your stress relief and benefit of mediation without prior experience.
☞ "We found the app very entertaining and suspected it to be in the Game-Category. Nevertheless we found it listed under “Health and Lifestyle” which confused us at first. After playing along for hours, our team realized, that this is indeed more than a game. It is a meditative, relaxing, stress-reducing piece of software strongly recommended for the modern app-addict to cool down a bit." ☜
★ Select one out of the Five Elements reflecting your current mood:
· Fire - awake your inner power
· Earth - strengthen your selfawareness
· Metal - gain new energy and strengthen your patience
· Water - balance your mood to gain inner peace
· Wood - ease your tension and find deep relaxation
★ Enter a virtual reality with beautiful asian landscapes and soothing sounds.
★ Try to find matching pairs of the floating ying-/yang-marbles. But be aware: the scene is changing constantly.
You need to adapt and go with the flow.
As no one steps into the same river twice, no single ying-/yang-marble will be ever on the same position again.
★ See video: http://fraga-games.com/video/mm
Game Designer Hazzy about the gameplay: "In short, the user has to find matching pairs of marbles. Like in the game of 'Memory' from your childhood, marbles are removed after rightly paired. But unlike everything you experienced before, the marbles are in constant movement making it even more difficult to find the matches."
"We consulted a Doctor specialized in Traditional Chinese Medicine. She taught us everything we needed to know about the Theory of the Five Elements", Tom from fraga-games Ltd. said. "It was very exciting for the whole development team to get such great insight into a different culture. We did our best to implement this into the game. We were glad that she supervised us and supported us during the process."
Confucius (551 BC - 479 BC) said: "It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop."
- June 09, 2014 Initial release