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File Sorting is a memory minigame where you place items in file cabinets and then retrieve them.

The layout of the cabinets change between rounds.

On higher difficulties there are more items per round, mid round drawer shuffles and the placement and retrieval phases are interleaved.

Strategy[edit | edit source]

Items have names, sounds and a color. These are all good clues that you can help associate with. In particular, the colors of the drawers can be used to sort the items.

Note that while drawers are shuffled, the entire drawer is swapped out, including the colored front panel, so if you put an item in a green drawer, it will be in a green drawer even after the shuffle.

And when all else fails, write things down, there is no time limit here.