The Simon game by Milton Bradley is a classic electronic memory game that has captivated players since its introduction in 1978. Designed for both children and adults, the game features a round, colorful device with four large buttons, each emitting a unique tone and lighting up. The objective of Simon is to follow and replicate a sequence of lights and sounds as it progressively becomes more complex. With each successful replication, the game adds another step to the sequence, challenging the player’s memory and concentration. The Simon game provides an engaging and addictive experience, encouraging players to test their cognitive skills and strive for higher scores. Its simple yet effective design and timeless gameplay have made it an enduring favorite among generations of players, solidifying its status as an iconic and beloved classic.
I review the new AT-ST & Chewbacca vehicle set. This is a part of The Vintage Collection line of toys, and the 40th anniversary set for Return of the Jedi. The Star Wars AT-ST (All Terrain Scout Transport) vehicle is a bipedal, heavily armed and armored military vehicle used by the Galactic Empire in the Star Wars universe. It is similar in design to the larger AT-AT (All Terrain Armored Transport) vehicle, but is smaller and more agile, making it ideal for scouting and patrol duties. The AT-ST is equipped with a variety of weapons, including a chin-mounted laser cannon, concussion grenade launchers, and a blaster cannon mounted on the top of its head. It first appeared in the 1983 film “Return of the Jedi” and has since become an iconic vehicle in the Star Wars franchise, appearing in numerous films, TV shows, and other media.
Gamers Attic – Hello, Friends welcome to a special 3 in 1 episode in the Warpzone. Oldschool AL, and Player1, take it away with some vintage toy unboxings, advice on card collecting, and grading, and a look at some Star Wars Power Of The Force Vintage Figures. Episodes 26, 27, 28.