I.Play Is Sort Of Like A Giant Outdoor Simon Says

Posted: Jul 4 2007, 2:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:38am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

i.Play is Sort of Like a Giant Outdoor Simon Says
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When I was a kid one of my favorite games was Simon Says, you know the electronic game where you had to hit the buttons in the order they light up. A company called i.Play has what seems to be a giant version of the game for outside play.

From the looks of the system, this isn’t something you would buy for your home. Rather you would see it at city playgrounds and schools. The device has various large buttons scattered around the frame and they light up in random orders, the idea is for kids to see how many they can hit in a row.

Their scores can also be uploaded onto the company’s website to see how well they fare against competition everywhere. To make the device even cooler, it is solar powered so there is no need to connect it to electricity to operate. Via OhGizmo!

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