Quick App Review: Color Confusion [Hands on Video]

Xda Developer, geekfam, just released Color Confusion. This is a very good puzzle game in which you need to figure out what combination of colors need to be mixed to match the color of the paint cans. One of the best things about this game is that it is never the same game twice. You can pass a certain level, but if you play that level again, it will be different, unlike games like Angry Birds or Cut the Rope.

Head over to the source link to give geekfam some feedback. If you are looking for a simple game that challenges you, then you need to head over to the Android Market and grab this one.

Hit the break for more info and market links

From the developer:

See if you have what it takes to solve each level, by mixing a wide array of colors into cans of paint. Don’t be fooled as gameplay starts off easy, with a small number of colors. As you progress, it becomes pure Color Confusion!

– “Very fun! Makes you actually think!”
– “Good for passing time. Fun! Very nice.!”
– “This game is a ton of fun! It seems so simple but it very challenging.”

** Optimized Honeycomb 3.0 support
** HD Tablet resolution graphics included
** Supports lower resolution devices as well
** Never the same game twice
** Great game for teaching kids how to mix colors
** High score tracking for each level
** Seemingly easy at first glance, but becomes additively difficult
** In-app help included
** Atmospheric background music

Color Confusion is available in the Android Market for free, but includes only 4 levels. The paid version is .99cents which gives you more levels and eliminates the ads.

Android Market Link – Free

Android Market Link – Ad Free

[via xda developers]

About the Author: Robert Nazarian

Robert lives in upstate New York where he was born and raised. Technology was always his passion. His first computer was a Radio Shack TRS80 Color that used a cassette tape to save programs, and his first laptop was a Toshiba T1200FB that sported a CGA greyscale screen and two 720kb floppy drives (no hardrive). From the early 90’s through late 2011, he only owned Motorola phones starting with the MircroTAC all the way through to the Droid X. He broke that streak when he bought the Galaxy Nexus. Now he's sporting a Galaxy Note 4, and absolutely loves it. He has a wonderful wife and a 6 year old son. In his free time he enjoys sports, movies, TV, working out, and trying to keep up with the rapid fast world of technology.