Color Trail

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  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 21

Review for game Color Trail

Help Wanda restore the colors of Colorland that were taken away by the evil wizard Mervin! Search for Mervin throughout the 6 different zones of Colorland, and make friends along the way. Create trails of colors and shapes to solve the challenges. Climb the ranks from Wizard Initiate to a Divine Wizard or more!



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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

October 4, 2007

Game Rank

4439 points

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7 minutes of dreadfulness!
February 7, 2014

Okay, maybe if I were a 10 year old girl from 1982 I might have enjoyed this game. Not so, as a 35 year old woman, I just feel a) dumber for its experience and b) wanting to ask for what's left of my sanity back. Graphics: I mention 1982 as this is the era that comes to mind after playing it. Clunky and chunky background scene, looks like it was left in the closet for the last 30 odd years. Game: I admit that I am basing this on only 7 minutes of playing the demo and not the full game but come on, people! There is no main character as such but basically a nasty wizard has taken over the land of Color Land and has sucked the colour out. Everyone seems just fine with this, except one little girl who is apparently a wizard's apprentice. The puzzle side of the game looked good but after 10 levels of the match-making game I just couldn't hold out for it. All the boards (so far) look the same and there is no challenge whatsoever. You make chains out of variously coloured symbols - but the reason there is no challenge is because the 'chain' of symbols you make doesn't seem to matter at all. You can begin a chain - for example - by pointing the annoying and clunky (with no option to turn that off by the way) cursor and drag through other colours/symbols to make a really long chain....dear god, just could not do it any more! Music - a cross between medieval elevator music and torture, even turned right down it didn't seem to matter, I could still hear it super loud! No story apart from the top section. No point either.

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