Mystro_TheBridgeDirectGame maker The Bridge Direct will showcase their new musical memory game at this year’s New York Toy Fair. Based on a description of the game, it sounds like it will be a modernized version of the classic blinking and beeping memory game Simon, but with a lot more buttons.

From the press description, Mystro is an electronic memory game that requires players to remember both sounds and light patterns that create a song.

Players will be able to choose from a variety of songs, including classical, electronic, and popular hits. There will also be different game modes to select from.

The game is designed for kids ages six and up and will be available at toy and game retailers this fall for $19.99.

  • Comments Off on Mystro hopes to be the 21st century’s Simon memory game