It’s a game, where your playground is a piece of abstract art. Yours art. Screen is a canvas, mouse is a paintbrush, and paint… Well, paint is a cloud of particles that are very liberated. But controllable. Mostly. Not to mention that canvas sometimes also takes active role, changing colours that you already have drawn.
There is no objective measure of art value to rate a result of struggle between you, paint and canvas. But we can measure some things, like, well, how RED is it. So, paint it red. Paint is as red as possible and as fast as possible to unlock levels and gain in-game medals. And enjoy the art that you are making yourself.
Control paint with mouse movements, painting canvas as red, on average, as possible. Paint behaviour is different on each level. Double click resets the level. Space to pause and admire.
Relax.Aim.Catch heads.Meditation and adrenaline in the same game!
Not any clicking- just move the mouse cursor.
May be the simplest ZUMA-clone.
Make a journey through a mysterious city and visit extraordinary places where reflections don’t follow our laws of nature and alter your sense of vision. Search and find all reflection errors!
“The distinction between appearance and reality is a central part of each mode of reflection. Each leaves open the possibility that what appears to be the case is not. Each mode of reflection, therefore, recognizes the possibility of errors.” [John Kekes]
-Remove a reflection error by clicking on it.
-Get access to help and other options by clicking on the error counter.
-After removing all errors click on the error counter to visit the next place.
-The faster you find all errors the higher your score will be.
-During pause and exit screen playtime is halted.
-Unsuccessful clicks and the use of help will decrease your score.
-Everytime help is used it takes longer to reactivate the help button.
-Game progress will also increase the cool-down time of the help button.
Bring order to the Stone Garden. Plan some schemes to move stones to their sockets. You cannot move stones past one point more than once.