Posts Tagged ‘Colour Bind’

Impressions: Colour Bind

By John Walker on October 4th, 2012.

I am sure I’m not very good at Colour Bind. But Colour Bind is definitely very good at me. This puzzle platformer is as tough to describe as it is to play, challenging you to drive a two-wheeled, invertible vehicle, capable of increasing its size in order to bounce itself around. But driving that flippable car-thing in a world where the direction in which gravity pulls an object is defined by its colour. Got that? No, nor me, and I’ve been playing it.

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Pulling Shades: Colour Bind

By John Walker on August 9th, 2012.

Well, those sure are colours.

Don’t be fooled by the punning title, Colour Bind looks like a game that will be pretty much impossible for the colour blind to play. It’s a physics puzzlers where gravity is not defined by weight, but rather by colour. For instance, if that level has green set to up, and red to down, those are the directions in which such objects will fall. Driving a car-thing around levels with three different colours all pulled in three different directions looks, well, it looks like the trailer below.

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