A Meteorite has landed pre-programmed with games that are truly out of this world!!
Taking electronic games to the next level, Gya is the exciting new lights and sounds game with attitude! Packed with a variety of challenging games for any number of players and suitable for adults and children of all ages.
Featuring exciting light and sound effects!
Find, memorise and push the 12 buttons to control the game! 10 different games, including memorise the flashing buttons, find the matching pairs, avoid the flashing buttons, find the hidden buttons and memorise the buttons the person before you has pressed!
| Find the Bonus Game: Clear all 10 games to play the ultimate final showdown game! |
5 levels of difficulty to master on most games! Lights and sounds get faster as each game level is completed.
No limit to number of players! Can also be played as a fun single player game for hours of fun!
How long before you can become the Gya Master?!
3 x AA batteries required. Manufacturers age recommendation: 5 years to Adult
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4.0 out of 5 stars Annoyingly Addictive 5 Nov 2007
By Richard Kelly TOP 1000 REVIEWER VINE™ VOICE
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Durability: 4.0 out of 5 stars Educational: 3.0 out of 5 stars Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars
Gya is basically the old game "Simon" but in 3D. You get a 12 sided ball, and each side contains a red light. There are 11 games you can play with this - each with several levels of difficulty. Game one is nice and simple to get you warmed up, random lights will flash on, you then have to press them to continue the game. Game two has the lights flashing in sequence and you have to press the light that is currently flashing. Game three has you remembering a sequence of flashing lights and playing it back. After this the games start to get more difficut - work out sequences, press the next light in a pattern, find the codes.
It is annoyingly addictive, it is also quite loud and the early games and levels are reasonably easy for younger children. My four year old can do the frst couple of levels of the first game and loves the explosion sound it makes when he gets it wrong, whilst my seven year old can do several of the games and quite far with them.
It is hard, but it is fun!
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