Flip 'N' Match

Platforms: Commodore VIC-20

Also Known As


Main Genre:
Gameplay Style:
Turn Based , Tile Matching Puzzle
Visual Presentation:
Fixed / Flip Screen


Flip 'N' Match for the VIC-20
Flip 'N' Match for the VIC-20

Flip 'N' Match (also stylized as Flip-N-Match or Flip N Match) is a memory/tile matching style board game released by Sierra in 1983 for the Commodore VIC-20. The goal of the game is to clear all of the cards from the board; in one player games there is a time limit to beat or two players can compete to earn the most points. Each card on the board is face down and has a hidden picture; players choose two cards at a time which reveals the picture. If the picture matches, the cards are removed and points are awarded. The game ends when time runs out or all of the cards are removed. Two versions of the game are included; on Side A of the cassette is the standard version of the game which utilizes 100 cards on the board and allows 6 different skill level settings (this affects the time limit for one player games). Side B features the junior version of the game intended for children which features only 25 cards on the board and a fixed time limit. The junior version also includes one wild card which is automatically removed without a match when found (due to the odd number of cards this version uses).


Platform: Commodore VIC-20
Created by: Doug Whittaker
Cover Artwork by: Mark Crowe


Instruction Manual
Commodore VIC-20


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