What would happen if you infused the beauty of the Powerpuff Girls into a memory game like Simon Says themed around morning routines? This game is what would happen. 🙂
Watch which lights light up & in which order.
When the lights stop lighting up hit the corresponding buttons at the bottom of the screen, hitting them in the exact same order.
This game does not have a pause button. Games are timed to 3 minutes & each correct sequence adds 10 seconds to the game.
Play Powerpuff Morning Mix Up Sequence Memory Game Online
Children and parents can play this morning routine memory game by clicking in the window below.
Alternatively kids and adults can play this cute pattern recognition game for free as a web application here.
Powerpuff Girls Morning Mix Up Memory Pattern Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Track which lights light up & select the buttons underneath them in the same order.
Starting the Game
Click on the blue “PLAY” button to start the game.
The welcome screen also has a “HOW TO PLAY” button which shows play instructions that are also detailed below.
The game automatically stores your current score and all time high score in your local web browser.
Watch the light pattern until it completes, then left click on the corresponding buttons at the bottom of the screen in the same order.
For some characters you may need to complete 2 or 3 consecutive sets of patterns to complete them and move on to the next character.
When a character is complete if you got the sequence(s) correct on the first try you will be awarded a 10 second bonus added to your remaining time.
Use your finger like a mouse.
There is no pause button in this game. If you miss a light it can throw off your pattern and lead to a significantly lower score.
Only play the game when you can give it at least 4 or 5 minutes of undivided attention.
Memorization of patterns
Two things which makes this game more challenging than Simon Says are there are 5 buttons instead of 4 and rather than pressing on the exact buttons that light up you press on buttons on the bottom of the screen while the things that light up are on the sides of the screen.
On the left side of the screen there are light up signs (from top to bottom) for shower, blow drier, and shirt.
On the right side of the screen the light up signs (from top to bottom) are a toothbrush then a comb.
On the bottom of the screen the buttons are in the following order: shower, blow drier, shirt, toothbrush, comb.
If you remember numbers better than images you can assign numbers to the pictures and remember them as 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.
One thing that makes this game easier than Simon Says is each round has a limited pattern set you have to remember. A single button may be pushed twice in a row and buttons may be pushed in any order, but you will rarely have to memorize than push more than a 4 to 6 button sequence.
The game ends when you run out of time.
Correct answers on the first try add 10 seconds to the 3 minute game clock.
Even if you get an answer correct on the first try time still ticks down more than it rewards you on most rounds.
If you get an answer long and later get a correct pattern for that character you do not earn the bonus time.
The game over screen has a “PLAY AGAIN” button if you would like to play once more.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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