TAMEGA (Tactical Memory Game) is played using 44 wooden tokens (22 pairs with matching illustrations) and 1 special 'bridge' token which is placed in the center of the board. The other pieces are randomly placed face-down on the remaining spaces. Each player gets a pawn and places it on top of a face-down token. A turn consists of moving towards a face-down token and turning the token in the space you just left face-up. You cannot move towards face-up tokens or empty spaces. You can move over the bridge token. If the revealed illustration does not match another one on the board, play passes towards the next player. If the illustration on the token you just turned face-up matches another face-up illustration on the board you remove both pieces and turn the other face-up tokens face down. You may then place the bridge token to a free location of your choice and turn another token of your choice face up and resume play. The game ends when no player can make a legal move. The winner is the player who has the most matching pairs. The game is for sale in Belgium, all proceedings go towards a go cause.