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35 reviews | 3.7 out of 5
I brought this home with my 8-year old in mind, who immediately figured out all four games to play and taught her Dad and I. Then my 5-year old discovered the easy/traditional version too! The noise does get a little annoying after a while (as with most electronic toys) and there is no way to use headphones or adjust the volume. But the portability is great and it is more challenging that the normal video game for an 8-year old.
The games are simple fun and kind of intuitive but there's only four options and once you master them there's not much left. Learning the controls take a few minutes of practice. I would definitely recommend this if you are taking small kids on a long road trip because the game can keep them occupied for a while and doesn't take up a ton of space to play.
This game is fun for a day or two. You can play different modes which is neat. I especially like the game where you figure out the color sequence. Its a neat concept and good for playing memory games. However, I only give it an average rating because the novelty of the game wears off after a few days. Its not a game I would reach for when I'm ready to have some fun.
This game is awesome! A great twist on a classic and incorporating sweet technology.
Simon Flash is a good game to improve memory. It took some time to figure it out how to play. But, once you figure it out, it is addictive. My 7 year old could not figure it out how to play. But my 10 year old was able to figure it out quickly how to play.
One major draw back is, it needs 8 batteries. It is expensive toy...
Purchased this for 6 and 8 year-old boys. They liked this, especially the 8-year-old. However, it's hard for this to compete w/ DS and Wii.
Children really didn't like the game, said it was to hard.
The simon flash was a great purchase. Bought it for my 13 year old son for Christmas. When we found out that there was a travel carrying case it was a hit. Makes it easy to play in the car where you don't have a flat service...and the different game versions make it even better.
I got this for my 10 year old daugther. She liked the original game where you have to repeat the growing light and sound pattern like the original round Simon game had. There are 3 other games you can play by lining up the cubes and moving them around. We both had trouble figuring out how to start the different modes.
She played with the toy once and said it was fun but told me she probably wouldn't play it again because she liked playing with other toys better. I thought it was a little pricey but maybe that was because she didn't want to play with it again.
My grand children love playing this.
I bought this for a family game. This is not the old school Simon from back in the day. Its very interactive and can be played with one player or as many as you want. There are four different games that you can choose from and all are fun. Just like the old Simon as you win it gets harder to win. I recommend this game for children and adults.
I played w/ this toy as a kid and I was really excited to see that it's still available. My 4 yr old tries to play (doesn't win but she still plays) and my 9 yr old really enjoys it. Has a feature to turn off the noise while they play. There are 4 games to play.
this is the first time I played the Simon Flash game and I am pretty impressed. you can play 4 different games with the cubes and each test your memory skills pretty well. its amazing how these cubes communicate with each other.. the included case is very useful to carry the cubes to trips. highly recommended!
I like that there are 4 different games you can play and it doesn't take long to figure out the instructions. My favorite is the one where you're trying to line them up in the right order to turn off the lights. The handy carrying kit makes it easy to bring this with you on a roadtrip.
I thought nothing would ever compare to the old-school Simon game but this version came pretty close. It comes ready to play with batteries but you need to give the instructions a once-over in order to understand how to turn it on and keep the quick-play card (it’s really a strip that you can fit at the bottom of the storage unit) to remember the object of each of its four games. The handy storage case makes this fairly portable for car trips but the beeping can be annoying after an extended period of time.
I liked this toy a lot, and it is a fun game to play with friends. It was cool how all 4 cubes interact with each other. there are 4 games you can play. In the first, 4 colors flash one the cubes. Then the colors switch and you rearrange the blocks to make the pattern again. My favorite was the 4th game. A pattern shows and keeps getting longer. You have to repeat the pattern by pressing the top of the cubes. The only thing I didnt like? I never got a turn because all my friends would use it!
Fun and simple game but it starts to lose it's pizazz after awhile. Aside from the nostalgia factor I wouldn't recommend this for anyone older than 10. I do like the simplicity of the design and use. More instructions in the video.
The Classic Simon game was really fun for me and my kids. It was difficult to switch to the other games and took awhile to figure out. You do need to read the directions several times. The kids ended up watching me play the other simon game variations. I like the idea of this new spin off, but it's more for older kids and/or adults.
I enjoy Simon Flash as it puts a different twist on the original Simon game. With 4 different games in one this can become addictive and I found myself playing for many hours. If you enjoyed the original Simon thanSimon Flash is a game that will bring you hours of fun.