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A jam submission

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A colored based puzzle game!
Submitted by Aidan Strong (@Str0nkyK0ng) — 6 hours, 7 minutes before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Use of the Limitation#143.9093.909

Ranked from 11 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Aidan Strong

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Nice idea! The background music is dope. I had a lot of fun playing. Took me some time to figure out how to play but once I got the hang of it, the game was pretty enjoyable.


I love the soundtrack and the game art. The game controls are also very easy to learn and master. Nice work making this in 72 hours!


Enjoyed it! Player moved really fast but the fact that my colors stayed where I left them and that the respawn was quick made it kinda fun to go crazy with the speed. There also seem to be many ways to solve a level when you get many colors so it feels like there's a lot to explore with the mechanics, would be fun to see big levels :)

Good game!


Fun game! Echoing what others said, it is a bit difficult to control the player though.


Fun game! The player was quite hard to control though since they moved so fast.


Nice Idea and a great puzzle. I'm rubbish at puzzles so only made it to level 3. Great concept but the controls were a little challenging. It'd be nice to be able combine the colours to navigate a level (maybe this is on a later level).


Hey Nice game but there seems to be a bug where even though your using the black paint brush it still paints red


I couldn't do anything on level 2. Maybe I'm missing something.


It appears different colours give different abilities. Green inverts gravity.


Updated the rating after playing this again...I made more progress once I got a better handle on things. Maybe have a tutorial level that allows you to use each color and see what it does before embarking on the game itself. Just a suggestion. But overall, I like the concept and game play!