Finished the game, it was really interessting, at first there wasnt really any solution to the puzzle, then i figured out you can get purple with blue and red etc. Really cool concept, The game was awesome, but i really like if there was some kind of grid system, i found it really annoying to get through the tiny holes.
A (W)hole lot of Colors
Watch the making of:
Try to get all shapes to the end of the board. Do this by rotating the obstacles until a hole appears where you can squeeze though!
Made for the 2020 Brackeys Gamejam
Arrow keys or W A S D to move the player. Spacebar to switch players.
8 levels approximately 10min
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Very nice game with a interesting and creative idea!
I really liked it. I was really surprised you finished it in 3 days! The only thing I would say is that the movement is slippery. This was great Jelle, 9/10. :D
This game is unbelievably creative and well polished for a game jam!!
Keep up the great work Jelle!
That was for real a great inspiration
Lovely game :D! the only problem i had with it was level 7 and 8 being easier than 6
Came from brackeys game jam video, this is beyond good GG :3
Nice game. The in-world tutorial paper is great, the colorwheel is especially usefull. Though, it does get a bit overwhelming. I stopped on level 8. Also, the movement needs to be more tight.
level 8 is the final level, you just missed the end ;) I agree on the movement, definitely something that can be improved
Pretty good, I very much enjoyed it.
With Unity game engine it's reallly easy to stack up your blocks and get out of the box. Don't know if that's useful to know.
Really cool game!
Awesome job, mate!
I love the environment next to the game board!
10/10!!! Spuer Cool Game!
Love the idea and game!
A solid idea and very well executed - the thwoomp sound was a lovely touch
Best game I've seen in this game jam yet
great game can you add this on steam with more levels
amazing + inspiring art my guy! hope this wins the jam <3
I am curious what your art guys will make of it ;)
i really love how you can make your 3d models feel lively, rather than just plain, simple and boring!