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Color Quiz Puts Your Color Combination Abilities to the Test
Quite a lot of fields require their practitioners to be well versed in colors and their combinations. If you’re a painter or photographer, you’re probably quite well familiar with the major colors and how they interact in both additive and subtractive color mixing. Unfortunately, the rest of the population doesn’t really get much exposure to such conditions, and at least to this editor’s eyes, colors all just seem to mix together. Luckily, however, there’s now a fun game called Color Quiz that lets you hone your color IQ with simple, yet addictive puzzles.
Color Quiz was created by XDA Forum Member Kukulza. It offers two game modes: classic and arcade. The former has you combining a virtual palette of colors in order to get from white to the requested color on the left hand side of the screen, while the latter asks you to determine what two colors will combine into. All in all, this is a very unique gaming concept, and certainly a nice and welcome break from all of the giblets in our modern shooters—and if you get good enough in this game, you may even be able to figure out the constituent colors of said giblets!
If you’re looking for an interesting, alternative puzzle-type game, Color Quiz is a great place to start. Head over to the Color Quiz game thread to get in on the action.
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