Reviews for Colour Bind

95

Great little Indie game!

PM_DMNKLR | Jan. 29, 2013 | See all PM_DMNKLR's reviews »

I have to say, for being an Indie game, this one really does something wonderful. It has strategy and puzzling down-pat and really challenges you more than just aggravate you like a lot of puzzlers do. I give this one a nice, high score, because it's totally worth it! Buy it, play it, enjoy it, rinse and repeat (well skip the buying part unless you're going to gift it to someone, which I do recommend doing btw). Well worth the money.

66

Interesting puzzler.

Nfreak | Oct. 17, 2012 | See all Nfreak's reviews »

Colour Bind is a puzzle game centered around the manipulation of gravitational forces. What makes this so interesting is the fact that there’s not just one global gravitational force affecting everything equally, but multiple ones affecting different objects based on colour. They in turn can be manipulated independently and affect different objects in the game.

This makes for a very interesting puzzle experience and really makes you think. Many of the puzzles in the game are really creative and challenges you in a number of different ways, and if that isn’t enough you can always try to beat the levels as fast as possible.

The game has a surprising complexity and really is quite addictive in that you really want to complete the levels. The simplistic graphics can probably put some people off but that would be a shame since the game provides good fun and a nice challenge.