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Dec 19, 2008 | 1:08 PM EST
  • Weekly 3rd Place December 24, 2008

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"I Fell in Love With The Majesty of Colors" is a pixel-horror game that puts the player behind the tentacles of a titanic, writhing sea creature. It's a tale of love, loss, and balloons with five different endings. Will you befriend the humans or fight them? The choice is up to you.

Hold down the mouse button to reach toward the cursor. Release the mouse button to let go of what you're holding. You can click to skip the text in the opening and closing cutscenes.

This game was inspired by H.P. Lovecraft and Daniel Benmergui's "I Wish I Were the Moon." For my blog and podcast, check out .

Newgrounds denizen Wormie made fan art for the game, which you can see at http://dangertable.devian
Of-Balloons-111760650 .



Rated 5 / 5 stars December 26, 2008


very diffrent but in A good way. keep it up


Rated 5 / 5 stars December 26, 2008


that was very cool -- I love how you make simplicity work for you. Tell me though, why do you call it 'The Majesty of Colors"?

A voiceover might be nice.


Rated 5 / 5 stars December 26, 2008

very deep man

its so cool its so cool because the creature is new and must explore stuff and make good or bad decisions and he doesnt know the consquences
(btw srry for bad spelling)


Rated 5 / 5 stars December 26, 2008

*clap clap clap*

Wonderful. Its amazing that you can make a great game with simple graphics and only one area. Its too hard for me apparently, as I could only get four endings.

1: Let motorboat go, put fish on boat, hold back sharks until child is saved
2: Let motorboat go, put fish on boat, let child get eaten
3: Kill motorboat, kill fishermen, kill bombers, kill sub (move torpedos behind it, or move bombs above it)
4: Kill motorboat (or let him live then kill fishermen), let the attackers kill you.

The other comments say to kill yourself with bombs, and I tried that, but it didn't work :/

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Rated 4 / 5 stars December 26, 2008


It was definitely interesting. It was definitely an interesting way of interacting with people. I am just wondering though for my own sake, is jst the dreaming of a tentacled beast the only influence Lovecraft had on this piece or was there something else?