Monstrous Gargoyles Game 1.0




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The Monstrous Gargoyles Game is a score kept matching game, featuring various gargoyles of the world. This game is free and challenges the memory. Score is kept allowing you to try and do better each time.
Another thrilling feature to the The Monstrous Gargoyles Game that makes it even more awesome then just a matching game - you must find the icons that match in some way! When you make a linked match the gargoyles game for kids & adults will show the link. You also get some help along the way.
The The Monstrous Gargoyles Memory Game is addictive and will challenge your memory. Have Fun!!!

Gargoyles were viewed in two ways by the church throughout history. The primary use was to convey the concept of evil through the form of the gargoyle, which was especially useful in sending a stark message to the common people, most of whom were illiterate. Gargoyles also are said to scare evil spirits away from the church, this reassured congregants that evil was kept outside of the church’s walls. However, some medieval clergy viewed gargoyles as a form of idolatry. In the 12th century St. Bernard of Clairvaux was famous for speaking out against gargoyles:
Yet, these mythological statues weren't always so mystical, in the beginning they had very practical uses. The pattern of these gargoyles was created to serve as rain spouts that would prohibit water from collecting on top of Gothic cathedrals and castles as it would cause damage. The structures were built so that the rain ran off the top of the building and out the spout placed within the creature. Even without the magical undertones, it must have been a pretty nifty sight.
Gargoyles send the garden in a darker direction although they can be comical as well. A host of gargoyles are waiting in the garden centre. Some are contemplative, perched on a stone with a gentle expression while others can be absolutely frightening. They range in size and there are certain gargoyles that appear to be happy, little monsters in contrast to those that have miserable faces. Often thought of as guardians to keep out any other forms of darkness, it is up to the owner to decide what kind of gargoyle will make the perfect addition to a bountiful place that welcomes growing things.
The first known use of gargoyles began around 1200 A.D. in what is now the country of France. Their name originated from the French word, gargouille, meaning throat. This makes more sense when you consider that the original gargoyles were used as water spouts and in combination with rain gutters. As the water ran out of the gutter it would, most often, run out of the mouth of these gargoyles. These creatures were created to resemble animal or human parts or a combination of both. Lions, wolves, and eagles were common animals that gargoyles were designed after.
Sometime around 300 years later gargoyles became more widely used in decorating and artwork. These figures are correctly referred to as grotesques and are what have been used in front of churches and other buildings. They were, also, designed using human and animal parts but would often use plant designs, as well. These statues and figures were used for indoor decorating, as well as, outdoor statues that we common picture when we here the word, gargoyle.
Many medieval cathedrals included gargoyles and chimeras. The most famous examples are those of Notre Dame de Paris. Although most have grotesque features, the term gargoyle has come to include all types of images. Some gargoyles were depicted as monks, or combinations of real animals and people, many of which were humorous. Unusual animal mixtures, or chimeras, did not act as rainspouts and are more properly called grotesques. They serve more as ornamentation, but are now synonymous with gargoyles.

The The Monstrous Gargoyles Memory Game is addictive and will challenge your memory.

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Release Date: 2015-02-03
Publisher: Douglas Richburg
Operating System: android
Type: Free