<b>PROcessu's Brainitching</b> is a familiar memory game for Pocket PC where the player plays against a PDA. The goal of the game is matching pairs of tiles.<p><b>Brainitching</b>'s environment is very simple, and it is easy to learn how to play. To show a tile, just tap on it. After two tiles are shown, if they match, they go out of table and the player play again. If they don't match, it will be the PDA's turn to play. The game is complete when are no more tiles on the table.<p><b>Brainitching</b> features three levels of play: In Random mode, the PDA plays with no intelligence. In Forget mode, the PDA forgets where some of the tiles are. In Remember mode, the PDA never forgets.<p>The game's 6-by-7 grid of 42 tiles is populated from a collection of 140 colorful images. In addition to the three levels of difficulty, there are 100 levels of animation speed.<p>It is a game made to be fun for all ages. <b>Brainitching</b> features a clear and intuitive interface that is simple enough for young children, while still providing gameplay for adults. <b>Brainitching</b> have nice sounds effects, and runs under Pocket PC (ARM, MIPS, SH3) or the newer Pocket PC 2002 devices (ARM).