You may not know his name, but if you used to play flash games in the late 2000s, you probably are familiar with his work. Bart Bonte is the developer of the flash hits “Factory Balls” and, most notably, “Sugar, Sugar.” I have a lot of memories of not-so-sneakily using my school’s computer to visit Andkon and play games like “Sugar, Sugar” while I should have been studying, but I’ve never really thought to look up what any of those devs have gone on to doing today. Color me surprised when I was scrolling through the iOS App Store and I stumbled upon a game called “Green” and found out that it was created by Bonte. Not only that, but I found a wealth of games using the same theme and decided to try them out and was delighted with what I found.
The “Colours” series is a series of puzzle games, each named and themed after a single color, that task you with filling up the screen with a color to move on to the next level. Each game has 50 levels and each level follows its own completely unique logic. The more simple may require you to simply tap a button a few times to color your screen or to simply draw it clean, but later levels can force you input complex number sequences or do hard slide puzzles. Each game is a free download with an optional $1.99 in-app purchase to unlock unlimited use of the game’s hint system, which if you want to use otherwise you need to watch an ad. There are no other ads. I had a great time playing through each of these games and I would highly recommend that you download them and try them out. I’m going to keep an eye on Bonte’s work and hope to cover it here for years to come.
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