Your screen is to small to play this free flash game.
This is a memory type of online game. Your object is to match the same cards and remove them from the board before your time is up. The theme for these memory cards are things you assoicate with summer. Have Fun!
Do you enjoy to solve memory match puzzles, and do you also think it is fun to play a cool web game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Cool Summer game online. Am I right? ;)
Use your mouse to play this fun memory match gmae. Click on the cards to reveal the shape behind. Match a pair to remove it from the board. Clear the board to complete the level.
Yes, we can also get some cool summer days, not all summer days are hot. According to USA Today and Breibart News 2014 was an interesting year for how summer goes. The summer of 2014 is said to be the coldest summer on record and also the hottest summer on record. How is that possible. With temperatures rarely breaking the 90-degree mark the summer of 2014 turned out to be one of the coolest summers on record in the USA. The summer record comes on the heels of record cold temperatures in July that haven't been seen since record keeping began in the 1880s. A strong cold front beginning on July 14 swept across the country, bringing below-average temperatures for much of the central and eastern U.S. According to USA Today this was also Earth's hottest summer on record. The global temperature for summer was 1.28 degrees above the 20th-century average of 61.5 degrees.
According to BrightHubEducation.com there are many fun facts about the season of summer. When you think about summer, what comes to mind? The long, hot, sticky days during the summer make it some people's favorite season. For others, thoughts of summer are associated with foods, like ice cream and barbaques. Did you know that the biggest ice cream sundae ever assembled was 12 feet high and made with over 4,500 gallons of ice cream? June 21st is officially considered the first day of summer, and the last day of summer is September 20th. On September 13, 1922, the temperature in the shade in the Libyan Desert reached 136 degrees Fahrenheit. This is hot enough to fry an egg on a rock. Watermelon is the summer's favorite vegetable, this juicy favorite is 92 percent water and the average American eats 15 pounds of watermelon a year. In the United States, over 650 million long-distance summer trips are made.