[Color Zone] a puzzle game

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  1. mathieu

    mathieu New Member

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    Hey,

    That's a special moment for me, Color zone had been published on the play store.
    It's a free puzzle game, where you have to use logic and your minds to find the correct color of differents zone of a level.

    I would love to get some feedbacks, so don't hesitate to give it a try, the game is free at the following link


    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.calitrix

     
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  2. rayparse

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    Did you develop this game?
     
  3. mathieu

    mathieu New Member

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    Yes.
    It's homemade and my first one, so there is one or two bugs maybe :)
     
  4. rayparse

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    Oh nice, I'll give it a try this coming weekend, my day off. :)
     
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  5. mathieu

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    Thanks may I ask your opinion about it?
     
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    Cool, amazing so far. gonna give it a try :)
     
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    You said it's amazing and cool without trying it?
     
  8. rayparse

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    I tried playing it, well it is simple and good for kids to learn color and a bit of geometry. You can still improve the instructions because it is a bit vague. And maybe place the objective if one or two or three shapes are colored. Do you have like levelling?
     
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    For kids?
    I failed a little bit, i wanted to make a puzzle game for adults also :)

    What do you mean by leveling?
    There are 120 levels.
     
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  10. rayparse

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    That is good. At a glance the gamer will not know that there are 120 levels, probably improve on the overall game design and add instructions to better understand what the game is all about and what will be the next goal after a pic/shape had been colored.
     
  11. mathieu

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    Did you really tried it? Because all the level are aviable at start.
    Sorry I feel you just watched the video.
     
  12. rayparse

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    I tried it. What I am saying is that all the items is available, so you dont have to unlock anything - so precisely there is no goal after each item since all items are readily available, right?
     
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    Cool game! I'll let my nephew play with it. It will be suitable for him since he is starting to identify colors and shapes. Thanks for sharing!
     

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