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Fill each level with a single colour, by painting and merging existing colours within a limited amount of moves.

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Failing because of pixel physics is super frustrating. would have been better if it was solid fields instead, or if they always moved the same way, which they don't

It is a hard game, yet a fun one. It's hard, but not too hard. Easy, but not too easy. After a few levels, you get what the game is about, and each one becomes harder in what you have to do and easier in finding out what you need to do.


I really liked this game. It's fairly short, and once you get the 'technique', you sprint through the rest of the game, but nevertheless, it's a fun little experiment that, even though I'm sure other games already did this, this one stands out thanks to it's hipnotic visuals.

Amazing. And I loved the tricky pixels not showing initially, but appearing after you thought you've figured it out