Lights: Memory game

Lights: Memory game is patterned after Simon, an electronic game device that hit the market in 1978. Like the original game, Lights displays four buttons of different colors. In the Roku version, the buttons correspond to the directional arrows (up/down/left/right) on your Roku remote. The game starts with a button lighting up, after which the player must press the corresponding directional button. If the player presses the correct button, the sequence repeats with an added button being added on each round. As play progresses, most players will find it harder to remember the entire sequence and the game ends when a wrong button is pressed.

The graphics on this game are somewhat rudimentary and the game board oddly doesn't fill the entire screen, as you can see in the screenshots below. Also, at the end of each sequence there is a slight delay before you can press the first button. Make sure your first button press lights up the button on the screen, otherwise the game will record your round as a loss.

-- Information is current as of July 7, 2022

Developer's Channel Description: Mesmerizing game of lights in which players must repeat random sequences of lights by pressing the colored pads in the correct order. Experience the fun as you repeat the patterns!!

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DEVELOPER: sitn'joy

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Lights: Memory game on Roku
Lights: Memory game on Roku