Hasbro Simon - $3.75 (was $15) @ Woolworths [Limited Stock]

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It's the classic version of the popular Simon game! It's the exciting electronic game of lights and sounds in which players must repeat random sequences of flashing lights by pressing the colored pads in the correct order. It's fun to play solo or to challenge friends to beat the high score. Ages 8 and up Includes Simon game unit and instructions.

edit: seems to be very little stock in most states but some in;
Woden, ACT
Fitzroy, VIC

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  • +12 votes

    I have this, and it's fine for about 15 minutes, or when you are at your boring in-laws Christmas lunch and you would rather sit on the couch with a beer choosing to be driven insane by electronic noises than inane small talk. Might just be me though.

    • +6 votes

      For those moments, I have Bop-it.

      • +1 vote

        A real Ozbargainer would save money and bop the boring in-laws.*

        *In case you have no sense of humour note that am kidding and I would not condone actual violence.

        • -2 votes

          Mate what's wrong with you, just because it's hours of fun and doesn't cost anything it doesn't mean you can go around hitting people you mentalcase.

          edit: ah saw the footnote, all good.

    • +2 votes

      Not just you :).

      At least post Christmas lunch you're stuffed and digesting your food, and have a beer in hand. And you won't hear the beeping anyway, because the kids are screaming and playing with their toys.

      Oh god it's coming soon.

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        Am I the only one here that actually likes and enjoys the company of my in laws?

        • +3 votes

          Yep.

          Edit - you remind me of the backstreet boys lol.

          Am I the only one

          Yeahhhhhhhhhhh

          • +6 votes

            @montorola: My father in law use to take me boating on his 25ft yacht. My mother in law always does her best to make me feel welcome too. Their health isn't what it use to be and MIL has dementia slowly progressing, which is very sad and affects the whole family. But man I had some good times with them. That's not to say we always agreed, but we found a way to spend time together anyway while making each others lives better. I feel very lucky. You can't buy that. Which is a very good thing. My wife in particular wants to spend as much time as possible with her mum, so I see them quite a few times a year and for most holidays.

            • +2 votes

              @syousef: I mean, I don't mind the in-laws - they're just one of the most boring families I have ever met. They don't have hobbies, they don't do interesting things, they have boring inane conversations. It gets too much after a couple of hours.

  • +1 vote

    Never heard of it. Google chrome icon?

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    Burn it to hell.