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Very amazing game. The first I played was yellow. I saw you had more games, and I happily played them! These games are 𝗔𝗠𝗔𝗭𝗜𝗡𝗚, and I just wanted to say please keep making more. It's fun, makes you use your brain, and I love the music. The style is so simple, it's charming! Thank you for making these games, and I look forward to more in the future. Happy wishes! 💚💚💚
I don't think of Bart Bonte as a game designer, I think of him as an artist. Each game in the color series is a work of art, the music and the gameplay coming together as a perfect piece. Each game is a painting in one color. With green, Bonte has again painted a masterpiece of puzzle, color, and sound. What started out as an homage to his country's flag colors has transcended into something amazing. I eagerly await the next color
Love the series, and completed red, yellow, blue, and black as of the time of this writing. It's a great puzzle game, just wish I were smart enough to figure out 35... Keep up the great work! My opinion, #20 was a tad slow, thus annoying to someone who cant get the rhythm of it right, and failing a million times. Overall, would play a million more of these beautifully simple, yet challenging puzzles. :)
green is absolutely amazing, as all the other colour games have been, and all Bart Bonte games in general. Bart Bonte games were basically my entire childhood, my favourite in particular were the Me and the Key games, 40x Escape, Factory Balls, and Sugar, Sugar. games. Bart's games were great then and they're great now. Never once have I been let down.
Every Bonte game is solid gold. This developer could be printing his own money, but he knows how to make games, fans, AND money. First game I played was Black, (I believe.) After that I found myself anxiously awaiting the release of the next color. Then the next, and the next. I was more than happy to buy his other games while waiting between colors. Hats off to Bart Bonte. I can't sing his praises enough, my friends. So, if you're looking for your next game to binge on... one word... Bonte!
It's truly amazing as to how you are so apt at describing each colour through your thorough patience by designing this game .The music is so awesome and ambient at the same time. I have been playing this whole series starting from yellow and have still not broken my streak by completing the entire game in a single day .This is a game of true nature and I hope you have your next colour ready . Orange maybe??😄
I love these games! I signed up for emails a while back and I got SO Excited when I saw a new game came! Level 37 is hard for me to grasp the concept of but I somehow did it. Level 41 on the other hand makes absolutely no sense to me. I really would like a video explaining the answer to to that level. The music is so relaxing and the asthetic is just 👌👌
My friend and I LOVE your Color games, each time a new one is out he's the first person I tell and vice versa, we've played Yellow, Red, Black, and Blue and although we didn't love Blue as much as the others, we both agreed on the fact that Green is deffinitely one of the best Color games ! There were so many different ideas, new ideas, and I had so much fun playing ! And the poem at the end of each game is simply the best ! Thank you for making those amazing games !
Ah, here we are again with another game completed. I really liked the cacti levels! So fun! :D Anyway, your game is great. Also, if you haven't seen already, while looking for more games by you I stumbled across a game by 'Zenith Codes' that is called 'Red' and is veeeery similiar to your game. I think they are copying you, I didn't install it as I didn't want to give them any traffic in case it was a copycat, but I just want you to know so you can keep your creations safe. Keep creating! :D
Lovely game as always. With the machines introduced, I feel like the level quantity limits what could he done with certain things, but such is the nature of these games - more of a showcase of puzzle ideas than a full exploration of a mechanic. Still waiting for purple ;)