Color Switch

Color Switch

Color Switch is one of those games that are both simple and hard to play. The app measures just around 28 MB, which is a clear hint that the content in the background is not that much.

Indeed this is the case – the game comes with simple 2D visuals and nothing more but the sound effects are in the form of really nice music so we cannot complain here. The real strength of the game lies in the gameplay – you command a colored ball that you must keep in the air by tapping on the display of your Android device. At the same time you must take the ball through rotating circles by matching the color of one of the circle segments with the one the ball carries. If you are successful the ball will change its color and the story will continue. This is the place to say that there are four colors in the game – red, yellow, blue and pink. The ultimate goal in the game is to survive for as long as possible but a single mistake will put an end to the game so be really careful.

Color Switch is perfect for killing time but the game is difficult and can make you mad in a really short time. If you are not afraid of this, go ahead and try the game. By itself, though, Color Switch is a nice game with a smart idea behind so we cannot say anything bad about it at all.

Color Switch is here on Google Play.

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