Simon game - squares

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simon game online - 16 squares:

An original simon game online with 16 squares of different colours. This game is more difficult than the original simon game. Indeed, here, there are 16 illuminated keys and each key is linked to a bip sound. It is difficult to remember the location of the keys that light up so concentrate on the game!!!


How to play our online Simon?

The principle of the game is simple: the player have to memorize the series of illuminated keys and reproduce it. the purpose of the game is to reproduce the longest series of colors / sounds randomly generated by the Simon, it's an endless game!
Find the the detailed rules here.

In our Online Simons, you can change the game's difficulty level thanks to the buttons located below the game. The default mode is "AUTO", that means that the speed will gradually increase. For beginners, we recommend that you start with a slow speed game (mode "SLOW") and then you can progressively increase the difficulty level.

If the sound effects of the game bothers you, you can mute the sound thanks to the button located at the top right corner of the game.

These Simon games are free and are compatibles with all browsers and with all devices: desktops, tablets, smartphones, IOS or Android. Theses games are responsive, indeed the content of the page and the game adjust automatically to your device, so you can play wherever you are!

Why play Simon game?

The Simon is is an excellent exercise to train your memory. Thanks to this memory game, the more you pay, the more you stimulate and improve your memory.

The serie of illuminated keys is randomly generated, so you can replay as many times as you wish because every time you play a new game, the game will be different!
On www.memozor.com, all the Simon games are free and unlimited, they allow you to train your memory, or simply to have fun, and this, as many times as you wish. So do not hesitate to play our Free Simon!

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Last modified on 12 March 2019  /   Read 3894 times
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