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Press Start Online (Sep 28, 2006)
With 15 basic levels and 30 advanced variants - usually with distractions; one has changing numbers instead of squares - there’s plenty to keep you busy for a while, and there’s always score mode once you’ve bested the tricky final stages. Throw in simple but stylish graphics that make the levels look like a 1970’s dancefloor and some gorgeous spot effects, and Coloris looks and sounds almost as good as it plays.
Bordersdown (Dec, 2006)
With only two play types, it admittedly isn’t a game that’s going to take long to finish, but with a 2-player option (with two Nintendo DS systems and cartridges there is a wireless multiplayer game) and a score mode there’s always room to improve and rinse stage scores, and the choice between difficulty levels and colour schemes will suit any mood or time frame. However, dwelling on its simplicity is foolishly missing the point. It’s really surprising that the concept behind Coloris hasn’t been attempted before; because it feels like a system you’ve understood and loved all your life. You can jump in for two minutes and end up playing for twenty - hypnotised by the colours and sounds, gleefully captivated by the clearing of hundreds of these tiny luminous blocks. For around £10 you’ll struggle to find a more immediate and addictive puzzle game this year. It’s as simple as that.
Le principe de Coloris est simple : il faut faire des réactions en chaînes de couleurs (aligner au moins trois couleurs de même teinte horizontalement et verticalement) pour passer au niveau suivant. Faites attention au nuancier et regardez bien les traits horizontaux qui vous indiquent si la case va s’assombrir ou s’éclaircir quand vous appuierez sur A. Faites vite, ces cases de couleur sont éphémères !
Modojo (Dec 31, 2008)
The DS already has Zoo Keeper, a much better bejeweled clone. If you don't have a DS, save the money you would spend on importing this and put it toward that instead, you'll be happier in the end. 2 stars.