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An huge adventure of a small creature! Save the world from being turned to boring black and white by collecting sponge to craft and build creative levels!

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1 comment by HellFire2345 on May 4th, 2013

Due to Linux being so open-source and free I can easily install Lubuntu (the most lightweight distro of Ubuntu) and develop the game on that. OS X and Android support could be possible, however I don't own anything that can run either of those OSes so until then those will be on the shelf.

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ColorQuest Conceptual Demo

ColorQuest Conceptual Demo

Sep 26, 2012 Demo 0 comments

A concept demo of ColorQuest (previously known as The Next Big Thing)

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EvilizedProductions May 25 2013, 5:37am says:

Hehe looks like fun

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nepity Feb 19 2013, 12:44pm says:

I'm still looking forward to this game's release. Please continue this.

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nepity Feb 19 2013, 12:31pm says:

One little bug I noticed is that if you get a game over on the first level the controls are explained again.

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Kittra Sep 29 2012, 4:49pm says:

Well I have no experience in making games myself so I can only comment as a player but I think this has the potential of being a very cute, fun&entertaining game. Here are the things I have noticed so far..
The first couple of times I played there was music in the background( I actually very much enjoyed your selections, usually I turn off game music and play something of my own that seems to fit my mood or play-style better but yours went along with it perfectly), however after the first two play-throughs the music wasn't there anymore and was replaced with the sounds of birds chirping.
I went into the settings at the Start-screen and tried to select the "music on" button but it didn't seem to change things/the music never came back except for the transition piece that plays when you are moving into the next screen/level(which btw I think is perfect and shouldn't be changed, it fits that action really well.)
I like all of the backgrounds very much except for the "blue swirly" one that you hadn't really been sure of either. The ice trap concept was really cool and I died a couple of times trying to figure out what to do but when I did I thought it was a clever idea and I like the little tinkly-magic frozen sound effect that happens when you're jumping out of it. The only other thing I would add is that the controls would have a lot smoother/easier feel if the spacebar was used to jump instead of the up arrow key.
I can't wait for the next version to come out, I really look forward to playing more of this. Thanks for making/sharing it. :)

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