Simon is an electronic game of rhythm and memory skill, invented by Ralph H. Baer (also responsible for the first TV game) and Howard J. Morrison, and manufactured and distributed by Milton Bradley. Simon was launched in 1978 at Studio 54 in New York City, and became an immediate success. It became a pop culture symbol of the 1980s.
Milton Bradley, 1978
Donated/on loan from: Prof. Steven Furnell, Plymouth University
A game that requires the player to work out the correct number sequence, using sequences of 3, 4 or 5 digits. After the player's guess, the game would report how many of the numbers were correct and how many were in the correct sequence. (read more)Milton Bradley, 1977
Literally a pocket-sized clone of the original tabletop Simon (provided that you had a fairly generously sized pocket). The games are exactly the same as the full size version, although those that are designed for multiple players are perhaps less effective with everyone gathered around this sma... (read more)Milton Bradley, 1980