This was way better than the others ive played so far. Blue is the 4th color puzzle game of these ive played, and i wish i got to it sooner because i was impressed. Level 9 is a repeat of level 3, but thats okay. Some are difficult/slow but theyre the perfect amount most of the time... Until level 11, where i needed to watch an ad for a hint. It was impossible to drag the bars in the right order; they didnt fit. So i had to quit. I got my hopes up and then was let down again by my own stupidity
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Level 9 involves an extra step compared to level 3: you need to drag down.
For level 11: drag the the pieces into place so they fit, try to make a wave.
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Really not sure why people have such a problem with this. The levels are each unique and challenging, but not "broken". None of these levels require hints to be solved, you can figure most of them out with a bit of experimenting. The ads are non-intrusive, only showing up when you tap the hint button, and most of them are skippable after 5-10 seconds. If this game is challenging for you thats fine, but don't rate it poorly because you needed a few hints. I really don't understand the hate.
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I always get excited when I see a new Bart Bonte color game come out, and blue is no exception. All of the puzzles are difficult enough to make you think, but not so hard that you sirens a ridiculous amount of time on it. All of them vary in difficulty as well, so it's not just getting harder every level. Take that and apply a minimalistic theme of painting the screen one color and it makes a fun experience. I'm excited to find the next color already! Green? Purple? White?
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September 2, 2019
Thanks for your five stars Michael!