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Review by Bitmappity
Einstein goes along the lines of Simon, that annoying hand-held game with flashing sounds and colors. The game consists of a pie divided into four pieces; each piece having their own unique color and sound. In each level, the game will first flash a number of these pieces in a certain order. Your job is then to press the pieces of the pie in that order. Here's the tricky part: each level more and more pieces are flashed, and faster than the level before. Your highscore is determined by how many levels you can complete. This is basically how the game (and Simon, sort-of) works.

Although very simple, the graphics certainly are not bad. There is very little to comment on here. I thought the sounds in the game were fitting, all though I wouldn't choose them myself. I'm not sure if they were kept along the lines of the original hand-held game, so if they were, hooray.

This is a very small game, and I can't say that this would be the first game I'd run to when I'm bored. The only condition under which I'd reccommend this to you is if you like Simon (you Simon lover, you).

Author's Description:

A remake of a 70's hand held game. Try to match an increasing sequence of lights.

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2004.02.15 Charlo
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This is a very nice Simon clone. One thing though-every time you start a new round the sequence of the buttons changes. In the original the sequence stayed the same each round with the addition of one button at the end.
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