Andy Card Match iPad Game is Available on iTunes


The family friendly Apple iPad game allows you to play a memory card game with various characters from the Andy the Lion universe, and your goal is to match them all up. Simple touch screen controls to select the cards make it easy for children of all ages to play. Developed by Suspicious-Activity.

ST. LOUIS, MO December 09, 2011 --

Andy Card Match is an iPad game now available on Apple iTunes and the second of many family friendly games with a family friendly message to be released in 2011-12. The game is rated 4+, which means it contains no objectionable material. The Android version of the game is planned to be released in 2012.

The art and game was developed by John Nelson. It is an entirely indie effort to develop a game for children. The game characters are based on the family friendly Andy the Lion & Friends. Additional games and storybooks will be released in 2012 for children.


The colorful memory card game is played by selecting various cards that are facing down. The player must remember where they found the various characters from the Andy the Lion & Friends story world. Use the touch screen of the Apple iPad to turn the various cards over. Try to beat your previous score, or the score of your friends.

Release Date:

The game has been officially released on December 09, 2011.

About Suspicious-Activity:

Interactive entertainment developer John Nelson of Suspicious-Activity is an indie startup. As an Apple platform developer, John develops applications for the iPad, iPhone, and the Mac. Android versions of the released games will also be published in 2012. The company is located in the Midwest United States in the St. Louis metropolitan area.  

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