Simon Air Review (Hasbro)

Simon Air
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What It Is

Test your memory skills like in the classic game of Simon but don't touch with the new Simon Air. This is a touch-free version of Simon. The game unit recognizes when a player follows the color sequence by sensing his motions. There are modes for solo and two-player play so you can challenge yourself or a friend.

Just choose your mode, turn on the game unit, and when colored sections light up and make a sound, move your hand quickly around the colored sections to repeat the pattern. If you fail to complete a sequence, you'll hear a “fail” sound and the unit will light up your score. There are 16 levels to beat, so keep playing to see how far you can go.

There are a few new moves that you'll need to learn to play Simon Air. In some cases, you'll need to do two colors at once, four colors at once, or you'll need to swoop one or two hands to repeat a sequence of multiple colors. If you want, though, you can also play the classic Simon game with only single lights.

Is It Fun?
This classic memory game uses today's touch-free technology to make Simon a little more modern. It's a test of your memory skills and your reflexes in a whole new way. Players will like the new challenge of moving their hands around the game unit as well as learning a few new moves to achieve a high score.
Who It’s For
Simon Air is for one to two players ages 8 and up.
What To Be Aware Of
The game includes three AAA batteries for the in-store try-me features, and we recommend replacing them before you play for best results.
AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy


    3 AAA batteries required