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Color Follower

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Dec 6, 2011 | 12:32 PM EST

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Freestyler! 5 Points Play freestyler mode
How to? 5 Points Learn how to play this game, dammit
1 to 5 10 Points Complete levels 1 to 5
11 to 15 10 Points Complete levels 11 to 15
6 to 10 10 Points Complete levels 6 to 10
16 to 20 25 Points Complete levels 16 to 20
21 to 25 50 Points Complete levels 21 to 25
All 30 100 Points Complete all 30 levels to beat the game

Author Comments

* DIM THE LIGHTS for greater playing experience *

Hi, NG. I present to you my 28th submission - 'Color Follower'.

In this quite challenging and abstract puzzle/skill game you control the red agent. The blue agent will always follow you. The game is entirely mouse operated. Move around to control the red, click and hold if you want the blue to follow you faster. Take both red and blue to the exits to complete the levels. Red will explode if it touches red, blue will explode if it touches blue.

Can you guide both agents through all 30 levels?

This game will most likely challenge your skills and thinking severely. It's not one of those "click, click, yay I won, I'm amazing!" kind of games. Not recommended to play on a touchpad, use a good old mouse for best results.

Press 'M' if you dare to mute the NG classic 'This way DEMO"

Completing one level unlocks the next two levels. Even if you get stuck on one level you can skip it, make progress and come back to beat it later.

Please enjoy, thanks for playing and see you soon with another game!

- Hristo Atanasov (RatherRandom)



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty neat!

Nice way working out a new concept!
I have to agree with axel-wolf though, at some point it get's quite a bit boring and the music ís repetetive, and for some reason I can't help but recognize it from some other game!
Beside that, I must say you did a pretty good job!

RatherRandomReality responds:

As we speak this song has been used in 79 games so far, so there is a slight chance you've heard it before.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Vivid colors and entertaining gameplay, but i encountered a bug:
1. When you press start the level, if you move your mouse really fast, you can get through the red walls to the end point without being killed.
2. Most of the times if you move your mouse fast enough, you can get through the red walls.

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars


The game is good. But it is so boring. I got bored after level 5. The music is repetitive and the graphics while I understand are supposed to be retro really are basic and as boring as game play. Ok so I might have been nice when I said it was good.

RatherRandomReality responds:

You a nice guy.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Those graphics...

irratating, I know its supposed to be retro but those graphics frankly make my head hurt, the game itself is dull and not fun. Ok concept though


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I adore this game. From the moment I started playing, I found myself having to think in new and interesting ways, focusing on the differing abilities of the colored agents. No sooner had I mastered that, than the game presented me with timing challenges that relied on correct and timely orders for my blue partner to follow me...or, in some situations, not to.

The graphics are vivid and difficult to miss, the music is engaging and a definite mood enhancer that elevates the gaming experience by its sheer presence, and the challenge level has a steep enough curve to keep me interested without being so sharp that I simply give up.

I really like this game, and I intend to link it to others.

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RatherRandomReality responds:

Thanks for the nice words, I'm glad you enjoyed it.