A simple version of the popular childhood handheld game where you mimic the flashing buttons.
Simon Says Review
by on April 13, 2010
As you’d expect, this easy game mimics the popular Simple Simon handheld toy. Replicate the patterns shown to you by Simon – don’t go wrong or you’ll be out! As per the actual game there are four buttons, coloured red, blue green and yellow.
Once Simon has shown you a sequence, you must copy it, pressing the “buttons” in the same sequence. And, of course, with each sequence you get right, you get a longer one in return. The game ends when you mess it up.
It’s a very well executed game and, while it might not keep you too occupied for more than a few minutes, it’s certainly a fun app to have in your pocket.
If you’re good enough to score more than 10 you’ll be invited to register. That means you can then post your score on the Simon Says global scoreboard so you can compare your results with other users worldwide. However, we have to say we didn’t get that far ourselves – memory games were never our strong point…
Buy this app: Download the Simon Says app now
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