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Feb 24, 2013 | 7:39 AM EST
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Rank C 5 Points Complete level 2
Rank B 25 Points Finish level 6
Rank A 50 Points Beat level 10
Rank S 100 Points Finish the game

Author Comments

Iromeku is a puzzle game involving colored square tiles. The objective is to match the game panel tiles with the target panel.
You can drag the small tiles over each other to change their colors and also drag them over the big tiles to change their colors!


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1. Thanks to Tom Fulp and the Newgrounds crew for the frontpage.
2. Modified the Color Guide to hopefully reduce difficulty a little. If you feel that the color guide made things too easy, see how far you can go! Hehehehe.
3. I know someone said the code is revealed. Small square on Big square = subtraction. Small square on small square = addition. NOPE. That is not how it works, actually. But he's getting close but still not there yet. So, NO, this is NOT a simple math exercise. I NEVER revealed the actual code. I just provided a color guide. Please don't believe everything in reviews.

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

A color puzzle based on mathematical logic...

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

Having to check the 'color guide' all the time isn't very good
But I'll give you a 2 because I realy like logical puzzles, and this one looks beutifull


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very good!
full marks for design and idea.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

i always accept a challenge and you said this game was challenging well it's not i mean once you figured out the color's numeric values and deduced that they what the mathematical process for each square was (addition) you could figure the answer easily on paper the Color Guide made this easier to do so you have orange and you want it to be red well since orange in 0 and red is 9 you need either a small red square or a number of squares to add up to it (note: some may or may not actually be on the orange square) orange being 0 is also why you see no orange small squares because anything +0= the original part
anyway back to my explanation so a combo that =9 could be green 3 and pink 6 you could either have it both squares separate on the orange square or one on top of the other but one is not on the square and the other is partially on it if both were on it would add again
there is also some other complicated math sequence i didn't notice until level 4 which really made the game more interesting for the next few minutes just trying to crack the code while i didn't actually succeed i beat the game anyway.
i am going to figure this code eventually that little bit there is a challenge in my eyes and as i said i never decline a challenge
i hope this helps you will need a lot of mathematical genius in order to complete this game but that isn't too much to ask
original i really like it but it doesn't challenge me i mean it is really boring
i am not really a puzzle gamer i mean cause after a while they get repetitive and lose their novelty i guess its cause i am more geared towards shooting and find it games i will still play though

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