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Inspired by the primitive Atari game Touch Me (1974), Ralph Baer designed for the Milton-Bradley company (1978) a circular game console that turned on lights and made sounds that the player had to repeat in the same sequence that the game delivered, pressing big colored keys.


The essence of the game centered on the player's ability to retain the light sequence in memory.  

You dare?

Programmed by

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Gonzalo Hernandez

Year: 2022

Arduino teacher 

Multimedia Bachelor Student.

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Step 1: Wait

Wait for it to show us a color

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Step 2: Identify and press

If a color appears at the top of the Matrix, then we must press the button above.

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Step 3: Repetition

What you pressed will be repeated. 

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Step 4: 

A new color will be added

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Loser Screen

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