CopyCat - Simon Says Game
by: IMGWERX LLC • 7.4K
Have you ever played Simon? Well, this is basically its Android version, set in a minimalist layout. Gameplay is really simple: you'll be given a sequence of colors (and sound) you must repeat. Each round, a new color will be added to the sequence, so it'll get harder and harder to beat. Since each of the four colors is associated to a sound, CopyCat helps you to exercise both, visual and sound memory.
There's only one game mode: survival. When you miss the sequence, the game is over. You'll get a score (the number of rounds you survive) that can be submitted on local and online global leaderboards. Likewise, you can set some parameters to make the game more challenging. From settings you can set a timeout mode, speed, button style, tones, or buzzer volume.
The game is challenging and entertaining. It should be enhanced though in some regards. For example, we are missing a 2 (or more) players mode in-device (hot-seat) or even a multiplayer online mode. Likewise, the game can be improved regarding interface and design, as well as add different game mode and unlockable achievements to make it more playable.
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by Emmanuel , Appszoom
Jun 13, 2013
The ORIGINAL CopyCat. Over one million downloads!
CopyCat is a simple and addictive memory game. Watch the lights and try to repeat the sequence. The sequence will get longer and faster with each round. But be careful, one wrong tap and... bzzz! game over.
* Timeout (race the clock)
* 4 start-up speeds
* 4 button theme styles
* 2 tone styles
* Local & global leaderboards
* Full HD graphics
* Works great on tablets too
CopyCat features high quality graphics and sounds. Test your memory and boost your brain power with this great game similar to childhood favorite 'simon says'. Simply follow the leader! This great retro game can be enjoyed by all ages.
How to Play: Copy Cat will make a random sequence, starting with only one. All you have to do is repeat the pattern, taking turns with the computer. But be careful, the pattern will get longer and faster with each round. Hit the wrong button and BZZZ! It's game over!