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Mar 20, 2011 | 11:20 PM EDT

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The aim in Color Cleaner is to remove every shape using the number of clicks allowed.When shapes of the same color touch, they can be removed with just one click.30 levels to conquer in this fun puzzle physics game.Can you figure out every level?

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KING-JANSKING-JANS

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not bad, please CHANGE MUSIC

the game is nice and responsive, and generally well made. After a while you continue playing more because of the challenge of finishing than anything else.

And the music... come on! plenty of talented people out here in NG that can help out with that!

Still nicely done, keep up the good work (but find someone for the music!)


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Beth-FANNYBeth-FANNY

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Not working for me

I did't get a chance to play because the mouse kept disappearing on me. I tried refreshing and it happened again. Is anyone else having the same problem?



133713Dude133713Dude

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Strong mechanics, rather dull.

Well, this clearly shows a progression in your game making skills, and that is good. Keep in mind that what I write is to help the creator(s) of the game improve.

Mechanics: 10/10. This game has a stable, two-dimensional physics-based element, and this element is crucial to being able to play the game.

Entertainment: 7/10. While good for killing time or resting one's brain after studying, this submission offers no incentive or motive for playing other than a utilitarian mastery of the falling patterns of small objects. Many levels have been used before in games similar to this one. (Although, I by no means desire to state you're copying other games, it's just that this game type has been done so many times within the last decade that certain overlaps are nearly unavoidable.)

Atmosphere: 4/10. Effectively serving as an annoying reminder that the game appears to be rather static, the one song totally betrays the game as a whole. The song is too modified to be a convincing child's song, but any attempt to be creepy is negated by the boring blue background and the bright color scheme used for the interactive pieces.

Another review has stated that this game is "Yet another template primitive collision game. Give it a chance, play at least 6 levels, and you'll realise you've played the exact same thing a hundred times before." (Mikeyrt16). While not totally true, the thought did linger in my mind from the beginning.

Overall, the game has a strong mechanical backbone but is severely lacking in elements that set it apart from other physics/collision games.


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tlc3001tlc3001

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Meh

Pretty simple easy as hell Music sucky it ok to play



SkellingtonJackSkellingtonJack

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not all that great

its fun, interesting, but the music is creepy somehow to me (maybe its because of NG) and the gameplay doesn't seem to have lasting appeal to it, but its a worthy effort.


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