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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


It seems this week is filled with unique and original ideas that have been executed to perfection. Your creation has an impelling story, well implemented into the choices the player makes. No flaws and I assume it's everything you wanted in this.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Very awesome game. I can't find one of the endings though... I have the one where I help all of the humans, one where I kill them all and fight back before they kill me, one where I let the child get eaten, and one where I let them kill me.. what's the last one?

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Surprisingly addicting but a tad annoying

I like it, it's cute and I actually found it addicting in a sense, but not extremely. However, I do dislike the whole low quality pixelated part and it does go very slow. there should be a way to skip scenes. Other than that it's quite a charming game.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I got all endings. C is just letting them kill you without attacking them. Them game was well thought through. 10/10

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very nice

You did a great job telling this story, and it's actually one of the most unique games I've seen, it was very wel done. There is one part in the beginning though, that is just blank white for a bit too long before the greyscale landscape appears. In a way it works good and adds to the feel of the piece, but I fear it could make some impatient viewers think it is broken and they may close it early before the scenery shows up. Other than that keep up the great stuff.

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