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Colour Connect 2

Colour Connect is a game created by Matthew Dirks and submitted to our first game competition. It was initially comprised of only a single, randomly generated level, and it showed a lot of potential. Responding to the feedback he received from the first version, Matthew recently reworked the design into a full-featured, multi-level game that is both fun and addictive.

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On normal mode it would be nice to be able to hide the timer... I find it a bit distracting. I can see the point of having the timer there on the timed levels, but when playing normal I wouldn't mind being told my time after the fact.

Very cool game!

Fun game, I agree about the timer being distracting. I played levels 1-9, got bored, skipped to level 20, and shrieked in horror as I stared at the tiny dots of rotating fading colors.

When I first glimpsed at it, I though "Oh, horray, another stupid clone of another stupid puzzle game," (I thought that sarcastically, of course) but then I actually decided to play it a little, and I found out it really *is* a new idea. At least I've never seen anything quite like it before. It isn't too easy, but it isn't too hard either, so it's great at holding my interest (Which, if you've met me, you know is a notoriously difficult task.)

Great job, Matthew Dirks! And thanks, Jay, for getting something new up on the review board. It's been a couple days. (Not saying that it's your fault it's those LAZY GREAT GAME MAKER'S FAULTS!) Either way, good job everyone... except Landon, as I thank him for nothing. -M. Extramatous V.

Yay! I loved the original and this is great. Adding the pattern with color has made it easier to solve, so all the better that this version has increasing difficulty levels.

My one problem is seeing the timer in normal mode. It makes the game feel pretty stressful, rather than the relaxing brain teaser quality of the original.

I actually thought that the game got easier at the later levels, because all you had to worry about was getting rid of your single-color pieces, then your two-fers, leaving you with the flexible 3- and 4-colored pieces.

I just showed someone the original a few days ago.

This one is even better!

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