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Hello everyone, Colori 2 has been just released, check it out! Website: colori.albemala.info Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=info.albemala.blendingcolors iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/colori.-free/id973022949?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Arrange colors to form amazing patterns in this relaxing colour puzzle game! Colori is a beautifully designed, unique visual puzzle game. If you’ve grown tired of pure logic puzzle games and want to play something refreshing and challenging, Colori is for you! ▸ Simple, Challenging & Deeply Relaxing The goal in Colori is simple – arrange the colours to form a harmonious, uniform color pattern. With over 220 distinctive puzzles to solve, you’ll find a challenge no matter what your experience level. The visual nature of Colori gives this puzzle game a deeply relaxing effect. No need for complicated mathematics, lightning quick reactions or tough logic here! All you need to do is arrange the colours and enjoy the process of solving stunning puzzles. ▸ No Intrusive Ads! Colori is about harmony. Nothing ruins a great playing experience more than an intrusive ad! You can choose to watch a quick video to unlock extra hints. Besides that, we’ll leave you to enjoy the game! ▸ Features Over 220 challenging puzzles to solve Professionally designed color schemes and high quality animations Time gameplay and keep track of your fastest completion time Use hints to help you progress if you get stuck on a puzzle Share your achievements and progress on social media ▸ In-App Purchases If you’ve become a Colori expert and you’re itching for even more puzzles to solve, we have plenty! You’ll be able to purchase extra puzzle packs from the in game store, each containing 75+ puzzles. Why not follow us on social media? - Twitter: https://twitter.com/albemala
albemala posted a topic in Indie SceneHello everyone, I am the developer of a new puzzle game called Colori, where the aim is to reorder colors to form a uniform color pattern. The game challenges color perception abilities, and is designed with clean and minimalistic graphics. The game is available for iOS and Android. Check it out! App store link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/colori.-free/id973022949?l=it&ls=1&mt=8 Google Play link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=info.albemala.blendingcolors
I was looking at Thuztors Mapping Guide on this forum and noticed in the pdf provided that he included 2 tables for color reference. He mentioned using paint.net and I thought to make things easier I would make a nice color palette that would consist of TileZed appropriate colors. Table in Zip: The zip includes both a palette file and a word document with a table to be used for reference as well as explain what each color is for. You can also check out the mapping guide I linked to above which I strongly suggest as it includes a lot of good tips on how to make a custom map. To access the palette in Paint.net, open paint.net, than look at color window on the top of the palette there will be two icons the icon on the right is of a folder with a color wheel inside it. If you hover over the icon it will say "manage color palettes." Click on the down arrow beside the color palette manager icon and select the option that opens the palette folder. In the folder, drag and drop the "TileZed.txt" file into it. Close the open folder menu and click the down arrow beside the palette manager again, an option for a "TileZed" palette should available:) TileZed paint.net palette/Table Guide: color reference.zip
Hello guys ! I'm Chris, an indie game developer, and I've just released a mobile game on Apple Store + Google Play Here is a 45s trailer to present the game : I'd love to read any feedback ! you can download the game for free here : http://www.uralys.com/the.lightning.planet.html TTYS Chris