7 Colors

DOS game, 1991

Infogrames Europe
Board / Party game
DOS (1991), Amiga (1991)
Also known as:
7 Colours, 7Colors

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Gamos is a company known mainly for its logic game Color Lines, where you competed with the king for who will win in the game of colored balls. A year later, this company came up with another very interesting logic game - 7 Colors. 7 colors, one game. Your task in this game is quite straightforward - to collect as many of your own colored squares. The fact that the name of the game is 7 colors is no coincidence, the game works with just 7 colors. You start with a specific color field that is adjacent to other color fields. If you change your field to a different color, the field that has the color you used will join it. In the game you will understand it much faster than I will break it down here. For example, if an opponent uses yellow in one move, the opponent can only choose from six except yellow. The game is designed for two players, you can also play against the computer, but there is no choice of difficulty. So be prepared to get a good tailspin in the first few rounds, because the difficulty of the computer is quite high and it will take a while until you learn the right strategy. One thing will definitely amaze you in the game and it is something you do not expect from such a game. From similar games we are used to simple "beeping" music, but tuu will play Bach or Mozart during the game. Although the music is of course only in midi, it is great. Gamos managed to create another great color puzzle game.

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