Fake Colours is an upcoming 3D puzzle game that is great as brain training title. Move boxes over designated tiles and think of a way to beat each level.
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Only few puzzle games that had been released in the past several years kept my attention for longer than 5 minutes and Fake Colours is one of them. Most titles play just like the previous one I have tried, which does not offer a challenge, and without a good challenge I cannot stay focused on a game at all.
This title is different, even after playing a Demo version I wanted more levels to test my logical skills further. Moving 3D coloured cubes across the board, red, blue and green was easy at first. As with every other game, each new level was more challenging and introduced new gameplay mechanics. For instance, sometimes you will need to move one cube over the other to get to its destination. Cubes have to get to the tile of a same colour at the opposite side of the board, and you have to find a way to get them there. Only one power-up is available throughout a demo, and that is a little cube. This one will make a bigger cube that rolls onto it change its colour.
The full version will have 30 levels split into 5 difficulty modes, making it a good brain training game. It is about getting an object to an exact location on the map. This is not some fancy title with amazing graphics, though we have seen how simple games can get players addicted. What matters more is a good concept with focus on tasks. As simple as it might look, Fake Colours provides a true challenge for any puzzler fans. Although cubes and obstacles do look nice and music helped me stay calm with difficult levels.
Beyond Limits Games has almost completed development of Fake Colours game which will be available for PC, Linux and Mac in near future. iOS and Android versions will follow later this year.
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