Simon says ‘stop reading this.’
Didn’t work, right?
That’s because Simon is old school, and Sasha is the modern day equivalent of Simon now. Sasha says ‘keep reading this review.’ See? It’s working already.
The app is a spin-off of the popular ‘Simon Says’ game we used to play as children and there was slight nostalgia as I gave the app a go. It’s reminiscent of the times when my teacher used to give us a break by playing Simon Says, but it’s 2017, and our smartphones are pretty much capable of acting as our teachers as well as entertainment devices.
This is precisely why Sasha Says is a great app for your children (unless you’re a kid reading this, then it’s for you), because it manages to do much more than entertain.
Sasha Says utilizes all the gestures you already perform on your iPhone, so it’s fair to say that there isn’t much learning curve to the game owing to its intuitive nature. It’s easy to grasp on to the concept even if you haven’t played the game, which easily might be the case for most kids these days. The app does a great job of guiding you through all the gestures you have to perform like:
- And Shake