# How to visually present a simultaneous game with continuous strategies

I've been asked to model a game where two players have an infinite choice of strategies and move simultaneously.

The question asks to present the game in game table or extensive form, and to justify that choice. I understand that a game table wouldn't work, given the infinite strategies.

I understand the diagram below to be a game with continuous strategies and sequential moves. Is there any way to adapt it to show simultaneous moves?

You can indicate on the diagram that all the nodes (there is a continuum of them) after player $1$'s action lie in the same information set. This means that player $2$ cannot distinguish which node they are on following player $1$'s action, making their problem strategically equivalent to one where both players move simultaneously (similarly for player $1$).