Basic Fun Simon Game


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otis They had a great time with it they even engaged Dad to join in

A Autistic Kid This thing is cool! My parents remember playing with a simon when they were kids. I play with my simon on my spare time. The things I like about it are the touch sensors, the display, the not-so heavy and slim design, and I like the way they reverted to the old simon logo. The only downside though is you can't trigger the touch sensors too fast at a high speed rate. What I would like also is a backlight display, a light inverter, and a settings menu with a sound option. Other than that, It's been working fine since my dad got it for me on Friday on March 14. Oh yeah...

music teacher I bought this game hoping that it would be as great as the one I had in the 80's. I was planning to use it as a fun memory & tone memory building game for my music students. Sadly, the functionality of this version makes it very frustrating to play. The original version used a "click-able" large button. This one is supposed to be touch sensitive, but the sensitivity is horrible. Kids have to hit & hit & hit again in order for it to sound...It is very hard to convey to kids how to vary the strength of your touch when they are getting frustrated by it not functioning. Yet another example of cheaply made junk.

On the go teacher I bought this game hoping that it would be as great as the one I had in the 80's. I was planning to use it as a fun memory & tone memory building game for my music students. Sadly, the functionality of this version makes it very frustrating to play. The original version used a "click-able" large button. This one is supposed to be touch sensitive, but the sensitivity is horrible. Kids have to hit & hit & hit again in order for it to sound...It is very hard to convey to kids how to vary the strength of your touch when they are getting frustrated by it not functioning. Yet another example of cheaply made junk.

KV Brought back Child hood memories! Plays exactly like I remember as a child but not as heavy although still durable. My 6 year old son has already dropped if several times and it is still working.

Georgia Peach I purchased Simon for my 3 grandkids for Christmas. Two days after Christmas it began to malfunction. Changed batteries - did not make a difference. The "green" button would not respond to touch at all.



Contacted the company by email and no response whatsoever. Could not find receipt to take back to store, so threw it away.

JoJo I actually got this as a gift for my boyfriend simce he loved playing this as a kid. Its alot of fun, but the only issue he has with it is that sometimes you have to press on a specific location on the button pretty hard for it to respond. Other than that its great.

Tammy Finding the Simon game again after all these years of wanting to replace it. Many years ago we had the original but the batteries were left in it over a period of time they corroded the wires and I threw it out. It came available this year and I bought it for my granddaughter.

GrandamaLisa Its always great purchasing a toy for your grandkids for Christmas that DONT WORK. Companies always trying to cut corners & make cheaper. The buttons don't press down, didn't even get to use once. I loved this as a Kid. I'm not going to replace it, just return it after reading many reviews, its just going to be a problem

Kathy I order one for xmas for my grandchildren and it didn't work. So I order another one and it didn't work. I had gotten one for my 3 kids back in the eighties and it lasted forever. I past it on to another family so they could enjoy it. I will return the two I purchased and try one more time. But that will be it.



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