Apps





LDS Dots Game

You remember sitting there. Your head was fuzzy, you were dazed, maybe even confused about what was happening. Then, suddenly a piece of paper covered in a grid of hand drawn dots was shoved in front of you, a smile crept across your face and the game was on! Everyone remembers this classic game of creating boxes out of a grid of dots. It may have been your brother that taught you, maybe a friend but there was no better silent game to pass the time. The rules are still the same. The first player draws a single line between 2 of the dots, then the second player does the same thing, avoiding if at all possible giving the opponent the ability to “close a box” and put their mark in the middle of it. This simple game has kept kids of all ages quiet for decades and the Iron Rod Software version with its stunning graphics and touch and drag interface is no different. This version of the game also holds the players attention with beautifully drawn characters and items from the Book of Mormon. These images will be easy conversation starters and a simple way to get a little education inserted into the fun. At the beginning of the game, you even get to choose which Book of Mormon character or item you want to play as! There are also simple biographies and facts for each of the characters and icons which make it easy for you to teach and learn about these important people and objects.

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What players are saying:
“The only thing that got my co-worker and I got through a horrible 2 hour web conference”
“As the mother of 4 very active boys, this is a game that not only keeps them quiet and engaged but even the 5 year old can play!”
“Love the ability to choose what character I can be”
“I don’t get many chances to play video games with my teenage son, but this one works for us”
“Turns my iPad into sacrament quiet book”





LDS Memory Match Game

Think back to the first few games you ever played. As a young person, laying on the living room floor or sitting with your Mom at the kitchen table. Remember the cardboard boxes that held those classic games, always colorful tops and white on the bottom, most likely held together with masking tape on the corners and always missing a few pieces/cards/dice whatever. If you are like us, one of your absolute favorites was a simple game with small cards that you placed face down on the floor in a grid pattern, then with a patient friend or relative, you took turns flipping over a card and trying to remember where on the grid its match was waiting. Remember the fist pumps and the “YESSSSSS” when you got a match? Remember what it was like shaking in anticipation of your turn while your partner struggled to remember where the other yellow puppy card was, and you KNEW it was the 3rd one from the top left!


It’s a great game and one that has endured because you don’t need to know how to spell, add, subtract or have any strategy other than simply to remember. It was much more than that however, it taught you patience, taking turns and my guess is you wondered and asked about the items on those cards. It was a chance for the people who cared about you to interact, to teach and to spend quality time with you.


This is our version of that classic game. No need to pack around a deck of cards, no matches to lose, no need for a large space to lay out the cards, just straight to the fun.


This is a competition! Race against the clock, best your own score or play against your friends. Make sure you type in your name for bragging rights on the High Score page!


We know you remember what you see on the cards, so we chose to have interesting, powerful artwork of Book of Mormon characters and items. Each character has a corresponding mini biography that can be used to teach and explain.


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Here is what people are saying about LDS Memory Match Game:

“The pictures are so cool”

“I love the timer, it makes the game so fun”

“My 5 year old loves this app”

“An iPhone game I’m happy to let my daughter play”

“I love it when I beat my big brother on level 3”