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REDRED is Bart Bonte's latest game and red is the color of Valentine's Day...we have excellent timing!

This beautiful and clever game with clean design is at the moment available only for Android or iOS devices (for free), but don't despair, PC version will be available later (soon).
As in previous YELLOW you have to figure out how to turn the gamescreen in each of the fifty levels completely ̶y̶e̶l̶l̶o̶w̶ red (good, blood from your frustrated fingers is not visible on your game screen) and that means you have to solve fifty unique puzzles. Extra quick fingers are not necessary and puzzles are intuitive and simple at the beginning - difficulty arises during play but not insanely. In upper right corner blinks helpful little bulb providing hints and with a 'premium unlock' in-app purchase are hints without adds.

REDRED is red and black precisely, and for this combination of colors is total absence of diamonds, clubs and spades quite unexpected. But we get one heart for Valentine's Day! The level 8 starts with a modest one.

Enjoy and see you next time with Pink...or Blue...or Green? I lobby for Cyan!


P.S. YELLOW has been chosen by Google as a finalist for the Google Play Indie Games contest in London, Saatchi Gallery. This week, February 13 - cross your fingers for Bart Bonte!

Note: We will update the review when the browser version will be released.


Google PlayRED (Android, Android Tablet)


Download on the AppstoreRED (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad)

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