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*** Featured By Apple***
*** Part of the App Store Free App of the Week promotion ***

Turn pieces and blend colors in this minimal yet visually stunning puzzler.
Over 250 handcrafted and challenging levels.

Features alternative color schemes for all common color deficiencies.

A cooperation with award winning board game designer Dieter Stein.

Original soundtrack by Sean Dhondt.
"There's no aggressive timer and a gorgeous, original soundtrack to accompany you through 200 challenging levels."
"Intriguing, compelling and addictive this is a great puzzle game. Worth Having App"
"This puzzle app strives successfully to provide its gamers an unparalleled experience"
"Even visually impaired users can complete the game without any problems. We can therefore only express an absolute recommendation."
"Sounds simple, but is quite tricky."
"It really is just the right idea and interesting design that challenges."
"Belgium's most popular puzzle game eliminates your daily stress."

What's New in Version 1.3

General improvements


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Customer Reviews


Those reviews wailing for a hint system? They are like little babies. Push them out of your mind. I've finished this magnificent, diabolical puzzle box, and it's good BECAUSE it refuses to hold your hand. It throws you into the deep end, and you learn to swim. If you come in expecting mind-numbing relaxation, Colorcube will chew you up and spit you out. This is your brain locked in combat with a beautiful machine.

You'll stumble at the start. You'll get the hang of it and breeze through levels thinking you're Einstein. Then this pretty, delicate, unassuming little thing will show its teeth. You'll hit wall after wall, leave, then have an epiphany and rush back to see your theory proven right. You'll get less than a second to celebrate your hard-won triumph before the next level loads up. The cycle will repeat... and repeat... and repeat. This game exists to frustrate you, but you'll learn to love the burn.

I feel like my brain just did crossfit. I'm seeing patterns from the game in real life. I've got my friends playing too, now, and they're all as impressed and enraged as I was. This is the best, most engrossing, most rewarding puzzle game on iOS. The only thing that could improve it would be more levels – I want this game to torture my neurons until my head catches on fire. Five stars is not enough... this game deserves the moon.


Definitely requires some brain power. Simple interface, though a little of a headache adjusting to mixing in the primary colors of light. The colorblindness settings don't make it any easier either, but, nonetheless, are a very thoughtful touch. On to the gameplay, Colorcube seems to be like any other puzzle/logic game; easy to learn, but hard to master. There isn't really much else to comment on here, considering the game is built on the concept of making images using shapes and colors.
I suppose there could be more colors, more shapes, and more levels, but I'm just fine with the ones I've completed so far. Maybe I'm afraid of what the developers will think of next. I had a hard time on that last pack already. Almost gave up. But in the end, I managed to solve it.

Good game, but one problem

Why did you guys decide to make the color scheme so messed up? solving the puzzles would be so much more enjoyable and easy if you just made the 3 primary colors THE 3 PRIMARY COLORS! What were you thinking when you made red + green = yellow? when im solving the puzzle and i see that i need to have this part be yellow, i shouldnt have to randomly mix colors together until i get yellow. Even a first grader knows that no colors mixed together give you yellow. To fix this issue, in the colorblind options, make a new pack called "primary colors" and have the main colors be red, blue, and yellow. red and yellow makes orange, red and blue makes purple, and blue and yellow makes green. why you didnt default to this color scheme i have no idea but please make this a thing.

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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Games
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  • Version: 1.3
  • Size: 39.0 MB
  • Languages: English, Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Apple TV: Yes

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