Your screen is to small to play this fun board game.
Basically Simon is a large round electronic box with four player press pads on top. Each of the pads lights up and plays a tone. It is a memory game, where your task is to follow the patterns of lights and sounds for as long as you can. As the game progresses the pattern will be longer and also Simon speeds up, so it becomes increasingly more difficult. Have Fun!
Do you have passion for classic board games, and do you also enjoy to play a free online game? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play our classic Simon game online for free. Am I right? ;)
Use your mouse to play this game.
Although a video game in the classic sense of the phrase, Simon can be considered a true classic electronic game of its era. The marketing phrase behind the game was; Simon's a computer, Simon has a brain, you either do what Simon says or else go down the drain. The electronic memory game Simon was the invention of Ralph H. Baer, Howard J. Morrison and was programmed by Lenny Cope, and first saw the light of day in 1978. The game was manufactured by Milton Bradley. The unit had four different coloured lights, these were green, yellow, red and blue. The objective of the Simon board game is simple, the player or players had to follow the sequence of lights that the computer sets. The more the game went on, the longer these set sequences were. There were different switches on the unit that could be set to change the games variations and difficulty settings. Simon could be a single or multi-player experience. In the multi-player game up to four players could take part. Each player would select a color, then when Simon would initiate the sequence for that player, they would have to complete it correctly or face elimination.