If you play it enough to get over the initial trickiness of the movement, this game has so much potential. It can get hard in both a platformer and a puzzle sense, and it is one of my favorite games to date simply because of how limitless it seems to stretch. I've probably played Colour Bind more than most people writing the reviews here, and my only complaint is that for some it may take some getting used to before seeing it for what it is. The fact that it has a level editor would be one of my favorite "pros" so to speak. The only reason as far as I have heard was people complaining about the controls and physics, but I'm telling you, it isn't that bad once you get used to it. I honestly can't find a reason not to buy this game unless you aren't very good at grasping different control systems. I personally think the creator of this game got everything right.
9.5/10 even though I never do out of ten scales on my reviews, just in case this was too long to read.
Posted: November 26th, 2013