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Game Color Confusion for Android
Here’s an original color combination game for your Android device. XDA member geekfam presents Color Confusion. in this game you need to solve each level by mixing a wide array of colors into cans of paint, don´t be fooled by the simplicity of the first levels, you´ll see how hard it becomes later on. The latest version is optimized for Honeycomb 3.0 but it is still good for any high resolution device and it features:
HD Tablet resolution graphics included;
Never the same game twice;
Great game for teaching kids how to mix colors;
High score tracking for each level.
The free version can be found on the market and is limited to the first four levels of the game with ads. Please let the developer know about your experience with the game.
Originally posted by geekfam
I just developed my first game, Color Confusion, and hope folks here get a chance to check it out. Any feedback is welcome.
Being my first game, there are probably things that could be done better, but my tesing group (wife and kids =) seem to really enjoy playing it.
We have an Asus Transformer, so optimizing for tablets/honeycomb was important to us.
See if you have what it takes to solve each level, by mixing a wide array of colors into cans of paint. Don’t be fooled as gameplay starts off easy, with a small number of colors. As you progress, it becomes pure Color Confusion!
* USER REVIEWS *
– “Very fun! Makes you actually think!”
– “Good for passing time. Fun! Very nice.!”
– “This game is a ton of fun! It seems so simple but it very challenging.”
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