A version of the famous SIMON game from the 80's
The older I get the more I like retro games and this was on my wanted list for a long time. Since my new OLEDiUNO PCB now supports up to 5 momentary switches it was time to bring this addictive and fun game back to life.
I boldly say that this is the smallest SIMON game in the world.
The one listed at the moment is a LED only version and it will be followed by a version that will have an OLED display showing the levels achieved.
It runs from 3.3 up to 5 volt power supply. Just connect your favorite battery and start playing. It is said that it improves your memory too.
If you have any questions please get in touch with me, thank you.
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