Kullors, created by Jon Bartram—a Web design student from Bedford, UK—is a cute new puzzle game in which the objective is to mix and match colors to remove all the cute little kullors from each level. Just click on one to select it, then click on another of a matching color to pop both off the board.
Matching the kullors looks super easy at first (and it is!), but the real challenge comes when you run out of matching colors (and you always do!) and must begin to mix colors to make just the right combination of kullors to clear the board.
A color wheel is provided to help with the mixing. It is easy to become familiar with if you remember that Red, Green and Blue (RGB) kullors mix to produce a Cyan, Magenta, or Yellow (CMY) one, and vice versa. It's simple to see unless, of course, you have some form of colorblindness.
Analysis: Presentation wise, Kullors does everything right with its appealing saturated colors, eye-popping animations, and lively soundtrack. However, the time-based gameplay is dependent upon color perception and is therefore not a game for colorblind folks, nor for people who enjoy a relaxing, casual puzzle game. The color-dependency, the timer and the limited tries you get before the game ends reduces the accessibility of this game quite a bit. But give it a try. It's cute, easy to learn, and the soundtrack is quite charming (for a bit) and will likely have you dancing in your seat along with all the little kullors.