Classic Simon rolls back the years in an electronic manner

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There are some memories that seem so awesome back when you were a kid, but now that you are all grown up, it does seem to be rather lame. Of course, that would most probably be an exception more than the rule, and for most of us, our childhood memories are the best – and if one were to be able to relive those many years down the road, it’d be even better. I am quite sure that most, if not all of us, would have played the classic game known as Simon, although this time around, there is a 21st century update – to the second decade, too, in the form of the $24.99 Classic Simon.

It might be a simple looking toy, but do not be fooled by its capabilities, never mind that it can be simply mesmerizing thanks to its lovely and colorful form factor which will definitely maintain its appeal to the little ones (and your inner child). Basically, all you need to do is use your memory in order to follow the light and sound patterns, and you’re good to go, no? The beginning is always nice and slow, but once the Classic Simon game ups the ante in terms of its difficulty level, such as speeding up for 10, 15 or even 20 lights in a row, you might end up cussing unintentionally in front of your kids. This electronic game will run on a trio of AA batteries.

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