Fake Colours

Released in August 2014 by Forthright Entertainment
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About Fake Colours

Fake Colours was first released on 18 August 2014 by Forthright Entertainment and is compatible with M.O.J.O. and OUYA. Since its initial release, Fake Colours received one update.

Fake Colours belongs to five genres: Dual Stick, Platformer, Puzzle/Trivia, Short on Time? and Sim/Strategy. It has an age rating of Everyone.

Users left 12 ratings, registering an average score of five stars out of five.

For further info, check out the developer's description below and/or view the screenshots and video elsewhere on the page.

From The Developer

Fake Colours is a 3D, cube rolling, puzzle game in which the player must move three coloured blocks to their corresponding target squares. Blocks are able to roll on top of each other, but are unable to roll onto tiles that are not their respective color. These puzzles become more difficult as the game progresses and sometimes include mini-coloured cubes that change the original cube’s colour once its touched. Although this is quite a simple game, the ambient music and well made graphics help make it addicting and fun to play as well as providing hours of replay.

Version Release History

Version Released
1.0 September 12, 2014
1.0 August 18, 2014

Videos (1)

Screenshots (6)