Challenging Game of value and pattern that is deceptively difficult at times. Exercise may improve overall color recognition in players, and help artists with color pallette. I made it to level 46 of first 50 puzzles in first sitting, so you know I enjoyed it. Puzzles somewhat randomly selected however, could be that designer has you revisit earlier, easier puzzles before a hard one as retention training, or just to give you a break and boost your confidence to keep playing. Fun!
Love this game!! I have a Nexus 5. The app runs extremely well!! Ads are not in the way of the game play which is great. There is no lag and the interface is very easy to use. There are plenty of levels and difficulties to enjoy. Also, the Master (tablet) levels are challenging but not so small that you wouldn't be able to play them on your smart phone. You're able to see the national average for completion time of any particular level. I really enjoy this game very much.
It's okay I really like the concept, and it helps me as a painter even. That being said, there are times the colors are just not correct. I thought it was just me, but then I took a screen shot and combined the colors using photoshop. The color the game showed as the correct answer and the color photoshop showed was an entirely different shade. I wish I could show the image. A vibrant true yellow mixed with a vibrant true blue does not make a muted pale green. So weird.
Think You've Got An Eye For Colors? Are you one of those people who thinks they are good with colors? Then challenge yourself by playing this game. I got this game hoping it would be a fun way to practice being able to better identify color shifts and blends. Then I won't have to use a color wheel so much when doing craft projects. I was hoping it would be challenging but not too difficult for layman's eye and I wasn't disappointed! It gives just enough of a challenge to be good fun that's hard to put down.
Fun time killer These are trickier than I thought they would be. Good brain teaser to pass the time. Made me have a respect for everything I learned in my college color theory class. Play on phones with good brightness because you won't get the sequence correct if you can't see the exact saturation of each color.
Fun and aesthetically pleasing! This is a a great game and it has a very clean and pretty aesthetic. My only complaint is that the solutions for some of the levels (especially the square rings) are not as "blendy" as the others, taking such big leaps in three spaces that you end up just guessing at brown intermediate colors. I tend to prefer the levels requiring differentiation of many similar hues, shades, and saturation levels.
Update in prep. for Blendoku 2