Indie game developer Tepes Ovidiu has released a new puzzle title called Memory Stamps for iOS and Android devices.

It is a puzzle game where you must memorise different illustrated stamps before they’re removed and you must place them in the correct spots. The game is designed to be a relaxing experience, with meditative zen-like qualities, and uses proven methods used to enhance visual memory while you relax.

Memory Stamps is intended for both those who regularly play games and those who have little experience with them, used primarily as a stress-free way to train your memory and flex those brain muscles.

It works by presenting you with a group of images arranged together like a collage, and then once you’re sure you’ve memorised it all they scatter about and you must reassemble it as closely as your visual memory can piece it all together.

Memory Stamps has two game modes for you to check out. There’s Zen Mode, where you complete each stage at your own pace, and Challenge Mode where your skills and memory are put to the test as you aim to beat the stage as fast as possible.

Check out a trailer for Memory Stamps below.

Memory Stamps is developed by Tepes Ovidiu. You may be familiar with their work from previous mobile releases such as Not Chess, The Longest Drift, and Railway Canyon.

Memory Stamps is available now to download from the iOS App Store and the Google Play for Android store, where it is a paid title which costs $1.99 and has no invasive adverts or in-app purchases. It also works completely offline too.

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