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    « Giz Wiz Show 1597 for November 18th, 2016, Our 81st Independent Production. | Main | A first - interactive bedding and an interactive rug! »
    Tuesday
    Nov152016

    Remember one of the first electronic games from the past, Simon?

    Well Simon is back in a new techie version called SIMON AIR. In the new incarnation, classic SIMON game play gets a modern twist with touch-free technology! You can play alone or team up with a friend and work together. You have to remember the sequence, repeat the pattern to conquer the game. The game senses every hand motion and registers correct sequences. Keep winning and the speed and levels keep increasing with double moves, swoop moves, and even moves that light up all four lights! If the pattern is repeated incorrectly, a buzzer will sound and signal the end of the game. The player with the highest score is the winner! Three “AA” batteries required, demo batteries included. Available at most major retailers nationwide. Retail is $19.99. It's here on Amazon for under $15 and Amazon Prime as of 11/15/16:

    http://amzn.to/2feaCYl

     

    My head hurts just from reading the instructions, so here's Laurie from Time To Play Magazine to give you a demo:

     

    TTPM Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hqH7GjExUQ

     

    See or hear this show: www.gizwiz.tv/episode/1597

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