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Two equally challenging modes are available: Puzzle Mode consists of 3 different colored tiles (red, blue and green). Each of these tiles emits a distinctive sound and changes its environment according to its color when pressed. At the start of each level the player will have to figure out which tiles to press in order to get to the initial base tile configuration (all red, all green or all blue). The Revers mode is like a classic Simon Says game on steroids. Instead of following the sequence, you need to input it backwards, always getting to the initial base tile configuration. In case you can’t memorize the sequence, you can still figure out what tiles to press in order to get back to the original base state, letting you match your wits against your memory.
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