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Red & Green

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Jul 29, 2014 | 7:30 AM EDT

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You have two circles, a red and a green one. Hit the block with the same color as one of your circle to gain points, but don't touch a different colored one. Don't touch any black blocks with any of the circles.


Movement: Arrows or WASD
Speed up circling: SPACE
Mute/Unmute M to mute, U to unmute
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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I completely agree with DaggerPen's comments. An interesting and unique concept overall.

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

game over


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Wow, I was all ready to come in and point out that this wasn't really very colorblind friendly, only to find your link down there. While I think it would have been ideal to include it from the start, or, as Mindraker suggested, to include a color toggle switch, but not enough people think about that, so my thanks.

In general, this is a really inventive concept. I really love seeing people build on unique game premises, and your movement is smooth, so those are both definite points in your favor. The option to speed up circling adds a lot of room for maneuvering, too, which is pretty great. I like that you have a mute option as well, though using a different key for the mute and unmute option is a bit counterintuitive.

My main issue with this game is that there's not *enough*. I don't really mind the lack of background music because I usually play on mute anyway, but this game still feels kind of... empty. This isn't the type of game to try to squeeze a story into, but the lack of power-ups or real variety beyond increasing the circling speed means that long-term play starts to get kind of monotonous.

You've got a great start and an innovative concept, but it's time to build. Add in a bit more variety - power-ups, additional balls, the ability to gain extra lives, etc. - and consider trying to add a color toggle switch into the game itself, and this could get pretty addicting.


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Unique AND you even think about the colorblind people with your alternative link!

However, you could make it *even better* by just having a little "black and white" button in the game.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

its a challenge that I haven't seen before, but I still find it fun. Concept is unique and creative, though simple and very easy to learn.

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