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Train your memory by re-painting images in this free online game. Use X to view the example image again and press Z to change color of your color gun, if you want to remove a color, paint it again with the same color. You can also press the colors on the game screen to change colors. Have Fun!
Do you enjoy a good memory challenge, and also like to play free online games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Pixel Factory game online.
Use your mouse to play this free online game. Press X key to view the example image again and press Z to change color of your color gun.
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