I Love Hue is a gentle journey into colour and perception. Arrange mosaics of coloured tiles into perfectly ordered spectrums. Lovingly made for players who enjoy beautifully crafted puzzle games - or anyone who needs a few moments of visual tranquility.
* COLOUR - move each tile to its perfect place within the spectrum
* HARMONY - create order out of chromatic chaos
* PERCEPTION - learn to see the smallest difference between similar colours
* SERENITY - lose yourself in a tranquil world of colour and light
* Mesmerising colour-based gameplay - a puzzle of perception, not logic
* A minimal, modernist aesthetic - a playable work of art
* A soothing synth soundtrack
* Share your accomplishments… and moments of beauty
* Over 600 levels to solve
* Compare your performance to the world average, and unlock achievements by beating it
+ Bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
A Study in Color Theory?
I was wary at first that it might be another Blendoku, my daughter ensured me that it was different. I had played Blendoku, but to me it was more aggravation than I cared for. I Love Hue is challenging, but the puzzles so beautiful, I find joy in recreating the gradients that make up the puzzles.
I think this app teaches more about tints, shades, value and hue than most introductory courses you will find in a book, a beginning art class in a community college, and far more than in a workshop for beginners at your local art store. The difference between books or instruction and this app is the material is all there; there are just no descriptions that leave you wondering how you can change the hue and the amount of shading at the same time. Play this app for the fun and the beauty, but realize you are training your eyes to recognize the subtle changes in the colors. After a while you can pick up that book on color theory that was a mystery before and it just might make sense then. (I do realize the preceding was probably confusing and, possibly pointless, but pretend you understood what I was trying to communicate.)
A perfect puzzle game
I blow through games on my phone like no one's business. Usually, I'll keep one for a few days before I get bored of it. Most games on the app store follow the same game design with the same monetization strategy.
I love hue is a beautiful game that is designed to be fun and challenging, rather than pull every dime out of your wallet. There are SO many puzzles. I was very pleased with the game when I thought it had only one page of puzzles, but it has three pages, each with several sets that contain at least ten each, usually twenty five though. All of this is free. It's amazing.
There's nothing in this that pushes you to buy the in app purchases, which is a major plus for me. You use prisms to play, but you are given more than enough daily to pay a few rounds, and if you need more without wanting to pay, there's an option to watch ads for a very good amount of prisms in return. It's a refreshing change.
The puzzles themselves are beautiful. I love the gradients used for them. There's no time limit to complete them, and while there is a statistic showing you how many moved it took you to complete a puzzle as compared to the world average, you can turn that off if you desire.
This game really is worth your time. Honestly, if you do get it, I'd consider throwing a few dollars towards the developers (I have, and doing so also turns off ads in the game). They really worked hard on this and deserve the support.
I love this app. I’ve had it downloaded for less than a half hour, and I love it! I can’t get past level 10 though.. =(. I’m rarely happy and I’m always looking for something to make me happy, and this app is good, except for the fact that I’ll always stress out if I cant finish something. There is so many levels, it would take someone ages to complete this game. I don’t normally like level games, because once I complete the ten levels the game has to offer, I’m just like: Now what? But I know if I ever finish this game, (which I probably won’t), I would just replay the levels. That’s how fun it is. So download the app. It’s free. And if you don’t like it, you can just delete it. But try it. And that other review about the prisms and money, don’t worry about it, you get 60, and then 12 if you watch a video. I mean, maybe worry about it, possibly, but, for the first 10 you don’t have to.
EDIT: I passed level 10. I also beat the world average on the 1st puzzle of the 2nd stage, which was 71, and I got 19. Yay!!!
EDIT II: The world average doesn’t feel pressuring to me. I got one where it was 20 more than the average, and it still said wondrous.
EDIT III: You can turn in-game scores off too, if you do get pressured by that kind of thing. So don’t worry. Still download it. Please?
EDIT IV: I think it would be really cool if you could enable a feature that made it so the correct ones would pin themselves down or you could buy hints with prisms.
- Zut Games Ltd
- 27.9 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2017 Zut Games Ltd
- In-App Purchases
- Small Prism Pack $1.99
- Medium Prism Pack $3.99
- Extra Large Prism Pack $9.99
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.