Play the Simon Game
a good Memory Exercise for you

Like to do some memory training? Play the Simon Game ...

The Simon Game was invented by Ralph H. Baer and Howard J. Morrison, manufactured and distributed by Milton Bradley, 1978, New York City.

The Simon memory game is a good brain teaser game and helps to train your memory and improve it. Simon will show you a sequence of lights and sounds first. Watch exactly which sequence of lights it shows. After this you click the buttons. You should try to click the same sequence of colors.

Follow the patterns of lights and sounds as long as you can and click the same buttons. You need to do it fast. The sequence gets longer and changes from round to round. It will get harder and harder as you proceed. You probably find it difficult to follow it.

Play Simon regularly, this will help you to get better. If you miss a sequence, don't try to repeat the missed one but wait to get a new sequence.

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