The Rules are simple. Select each coin image only once for the maximum points. Each Group contains a fixed number of images, and only four will be displayed at a time. At least one of the displayed images has not been selected before, and the others will be randomly placed. Once you haveThe Rules are simple. Select each coin image only once for the maximum points. Each Group contains a fixed number of images, and only four will be displayed at a time. At least one of the displayed images has not been selected before, and the others will be randomly placed. Once you have selected the last image in the group, the scoring is over. You can get bonus points if you select quickly. You will lose points if you select an image you have already selected.
Use the Options to select which group you want to use. You can select multiple groups so you can find a good number of images that is challenging for you. The items in the top score list can be expanded to show more detail about the score. The maximum point total is 3 per coin. So if you can get 18 points on the penny group you are truly awesome.
Here are the coin groups included with this version 1.0:
Pennies - 6 total. 1 front and 5 different backs including the 2009 Lincoln Bicentennial One Cent Program.
Nickels - 8 total. 3 fronts and 5 backs including the Westward Journey Nickel Series(TM)
Euro - 8 total. Common side Euro 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 cents and the 1 and 2 euro Coin.
Quarters - 51 total. 1 front, and 50 states back.
DCTerr - 6 total. These are quarters from the 2009 District of Columbia and U.S. Territories Quarters Program.
Euro2 - 19 total. These are the National side of the 2 Euro coin.
Only the top ten scores are saved and displayed. Since the score can be higher when selecting larger groups, the top score of a particular group may not show. This will be fixed in the next version, where you will be able to sort the scores by groups, and the highest scores for each group will be saved.
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United States coin images from the United States Mint.
Euro coins from the European Central Bank.
Philippine coin images from the Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas .… Expand