By Trinket Studios
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Kotaku: “I’ve not had this much fun mixing colors since — I’ve never had this much fun mixing colors.”
New York Times: “...your once-fumbling fingertips will be flying across the spectrum. You’ll barely notice you’ve learned something without having to crack open a single crusted-over container of paint.”
Entertainment Weekly: “What’s a color-changing lamb to do when it’s being attacked by multihued wolves? Incinerate them with lasers beams, obviously, in this whimsical shooting game.”
Hordes of vicious wolves have emerged from the mouth of Wolfcano to steal life and color from the world. Now the Knight of Light, Sir Woolson, must ready his color-changing fleece and magical powers as the last defense against the darkness!
Color Sheep is a fast-paced arcade game in which players change Woolson’s color to match oncoming wolves by mixing different intensities of red, green, and blue light. An intuitive swipe-based interface makes forming combos a breeze. When Woolson is charged, tap him to release an incinerating laser blast! Magical items dropped by enemies summon fantastical nature spells to protect Woolson and smite the evil lupine invaders. With over twenty color combinations to master, three difficulty modes to choose from, Game Center leaderboards to climb and achievements to unlock, Color Sheep is easy to learn but hard to put down!
* Mix red, green, and blue to master the power of light!
* Discover Woolson's arsenal of spectacular spells!
* Climb the leaderboards and best your friends and family!
* Works great and looks amazing on both iPhone and iPad! Retina devices are also supported!
Note: Color Sheep requires players to perceive a wide range of colors and is not recommended for those with color blindness.
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What's New in Version 1.1.1
Fix crash for users running iOS 5.1.1 or earlier.
Fun, but wrong for kids!
This is a fun game, my daughter and I both like it, but who ever decided to use green as a primary color is off their nut and should be looking for work in a colorless world. The game is mixing red and green paints to get yellow (If your mixing light that will work) and blue and green paints to get cyan (there we go again). Parents will need to correct their kids or they will paint everything black and brown because that is what you get when you mix red with green and blue with green in the real world. Why not just make the option yellow paint instead of green? Then we could have smart kids, because most kids will not be mixing lights any time soon. Remember red with yellow = orange. Blue with yellow = green. Blue with red = purple. And the creators of the game said that it was not recommended for people with color blindness, how ironic (said the pot to the kettle)!!!!!
No Real Drawbacks. Perfect.
I've read some of the earlier reviews, and many of them complain about levels. To those who haven't played, the modes are Junior, Normal, and Insane. Just play Insane if you don't want to learn the colors each time. Look at Flappy Bird, you start over on there, too. But that's quite monotonous, so it just gets tedious.
I get it, going back to that level of your high score might take awhile, but isn't this just the type of game to do that?
Perhaps they could add an option of starting at diff levels, but then it'd just be like Angry Birds. I guess there are people who'd rather take the shortcut, so they might choose that mode instead of "classic".
But this game is totally worth it. It's certainly not a "mindless" game. I feel like I'm using the parts of my brains that I like to use (I don't mean the ones used for studying). No regrets playing this (unlike some other games....)!
This game is so strangely compelling and i don't understand why. Every way i look at this game I should be bored by its repetitive nature but am not. The developers had to have done something right for this not to be addicting but genuinely exiting to play for hours.
If color sheep looks appealing to those of you reading, buy it right away. This game is well worth the money.
I am annoyed by one thing. Not all twenty-seven possible colors are used. Six of them are left off. I understand this may have been due to poor feedback from playtesters, but I would love to see an option to add them back in.
Thanks for the amazing game guys, keep up the great work.
- Category: Games
- Updated: May 05, 2013
- Version: 1.1.1
- Size: 33.9 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Trinket Studios
- © 2013 Trinket Studios Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation), and iPod touch (6th generation). This app is optimized for iPhone 5.