Memory Card Game.

Gift your guests your birds.

The Memory card game is a classic matching game that tests and improves players’ memory and concentration. Suitable for all ages, the game involves laying out a set of cards face down in a grid. Players take turns flipping over two cards, aiming to find pairs of matching cards. If a match is made, the player keeps the pair and takes another turn. If not, the cards are turned back over, and the next player takes their turn. The game continues until all pairs are found, with the player having the most pairs declared the winner.

Simple yet engaging, the Memory card game is a delightful way to challenge your mind and enjoy time with friends and family.

There are two options based on print runs that Shifting Radius is offering for a customised Memory Card game.

The beauty of this game is that almost every age group loves it. Kids are learning the names of birds effortlessly and this is by far the most non-intrusive marketing collateral I have seen work well for the different sets produced.

To make this work, I need to be hosted at your property anywhere between 2 to 5 days (or whatever time it takes to get 15 good bird shots). No additional charges to be paid for this effort.

  • Travel/ Stay/ Food to be provided/ paid for as additional cost.
  • Final boxes will be delivered to a Bangalore address.
  • If it needs to reach your property (outside Bangalore), courier charges will apply.
  • 50% advance payment on sign-up. 50% final payment two days before delivery of the boxes.
  • Copyright of the pictures taken remain with Shifting Radius. Soft copy of the pictures to be used for any other collateral can be bought at INR 15,000 (plus GST) per picture.
  • Picture credit to be given to Shifting Radius if used in any other material.
  • Note that bird photography is one the toughest forms of photography with multiple variables. While I will try to take the best and unique bird shots, I won’t be able to guarantee anything specific.
  • Following are the two options that you can opt for based on the number of sets.
Option One

Your Birds. Your Brand.

Total sets: 1000.

Cost per set: INR 260 + 18% GST

Total cost for 1000 sets = 2,60,000 + 18% GST.

Branding: Your branding with a card inside about Shifting Radius.

This option, while sounds like a steep investment upfront, has the benefit of reaching a lot more people and at the same time, recovering the entire cost you spend on it. The suggestion is for you to give away 40% of these (400 sets) as gifts and sell 60% of them (600 sets) at INR 500. This way you recover the entire 3L you have spent and now, these (your) branded games are in 1000 homes at 0 cost to you.

Option Two

Your Birds. My Brand.

Total sets: 100.
(Or anything less than 1000).

Cost per set: INR 430 + 18% GST

Total cost for 100 sets = INR 43,000 + 18% GST.

Branding: Shifting Radius branding (similar to this) with a card inside about your place.

In this option, you can choose to give away these as gifts to your guests who will in turn play this game with their friends and family that can give you some leads. You also have the option to sell it at the cost price of INR 500 which ensures you don’t lose any money with this exercise.

Detailed game play.

Playing the Memory card game is simple and fun, making it a great choice for players of all ages. Here’s how to play:

Lay all cards face down (the logo side on top) in a grid (rows and columns) pattern.

The goal is to find pairs of matching cards.

– Players take turns flipping over two cards at a time.
– If the cards match, the player keeps the pair and gets another turn.
– If the cards don’t match, they are turned back over, and it’s the next player’s turn.

Memory Element
Players must remember the location and identity of cards that have been revealed, to make matches in future turns.

Winning the Game
The game ends when all pairs have been matched. The player with the most pairs at the end is the winner.

It’s a great game to improve memory and concentration, and it can be easily adjusted for different age groups by varying the number of cards used.