First, many thanks for buying and trying the game and giving your feedback
You seem to have missed the point about how it works though. Each game has a unique set of random patterns - ‘memneons’ - made up of 7 dots (‘neons’); and these combine to make a circuit (like neural networks in the brain).
The memneons do repeat across the coloured circuits. But (1) repetition is fundamental to memorisation - ‘neurons that fire together wire together…’ - and (2) the idea is that as you progress, you begin to master the memneons by inputting them more and more quickly (thereby scoring more points). And this is where the game gets really fun - anticipating them before they appear…
But you also notice the repetition much less at the higher levels as the dots in the memneons pulse (Lev 2, ‘Circuit Breaker’), and then (Lev 3, ‘Circuit Switch’) appear in sequence and switch between circuits. In fact Lev 3 is a real brain-buster - I challenge you or anyone else to complete it!! ;))
Feedback has been very positive so far (see our Twitter page @memneon, and iTunes)… so why not have another go and let me know what you think…?