little_simon is a simplified version of the classic 1978 game from Milton Bradley. These kits are assembled and programmed by the creator in Gilbert, AZ.
Gameplay is simple; just repeat each sequence that little_simon plays you using the colored buttons. Another step is added to the sequence each time you get it right. If you get it wrong little_simon will play a 'raspberry' noise and will flash the step you got wrong twice.
If you make it all the way to the end, little_simon plays a little light show to congratulate you! A new game then begins.
little_simon is programmed to go up to 14 steps, which was the intermediate level in the original game.
little_simon comes as a moderately easy-to-assemble kit complete with a pre-programmed ATtiny44 microcontroller IC programmed using Arduino IDE. You'll get all the parts you need to complete little_simon exactly as shown. little_simon was designed and is assembled as a kit in Gilbert AZ.
little_simon is intended for the slightly more advanced DIYer. However, with patience and maybe some help, little_simon well suited for the motivated beginner.
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