Oh. This is so fun. I love colors and live puzzles, but this game is an amazing execution of a color blending game. The level progression is amazing. The only tricky thing is that my thumbs are too clumsy to always hit the tiny tile that I want, but I think the second version of this game fixes that?
I love this game! Super fun..challenging and yet still relaxing. As an artist it helps keep my brain sharp and reinforce my understanding of color theory. I recommended it to all my friends who are art majors and those who teach art.
Really fun and addictive game Endless levels which I enjoy and that the difficulty of the levels vary throughout. Which means sometimes it takes you a while to solve it but then you get a much easier puzzle which motivates you again! No bugs in my S6 or S7 so I can't complaint.
Beautiful A beautiful game any person can enjoy. But as an artist, this really helps me (and gives me an upper hand!). I found this gem of a game in the Recommended section- and I wish it reaches out to others too! Great game.
Difficult, but beat it I (used to) suck at this game and it's super fun, but I didn't realize I was so bad at blending colors til I played this. Granted, I'm no artist, but I started struggling like crazy on medium levels. A smoother learning curve or some kind of tutorial would be great, especially for teaching the most important rule: colors in a straight line from end to end must be a consistent gradient, but turns and branches are the only point the gradient can change.
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