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The sequel to my 'yellow', 'red' , 'black' and 'blue' games is here!

Can you make the screen green in 50 levels?

Each level has its own logic.


Do you need help? Use the light bulb button that will appear after a while in the top right of each level to get a hint. There are multiple hints for each level.

With the premium unlock in-app you will not get ads before the hints.

Enjoy!
@BartBonte

What’s New

Version 1.4

Added a button to download the sequel 'Pink (game)' + performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
557 Ratings

557 Ratings

PPA789 ,

Love it!

I’ve been playing Bonte games since I was an infant (not really but almost) and I LIVE for the app versions of some of these games. If you liked this game at all, you will love the other color games and probably the other ones too.
These are just the right amount of challenge with just the right amount of hints, in my opinion. Absolutely fabulous and I am patiently (or not so patiently) waiting for more!!
PS: I’m glad these are free!!! [but I would pay for them. no lie, no lie!]

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your five star review!
@BartBonte

0 Stars for forcing 5 Stars ,

Okay, but not Good

As a puzzle game, Green is alright. The mechanisms of each level are different, yet are all solved the same – trial and error by tapping/sliding objects until you win. There’s hardly any logic involved in solving each level and it feels as though the developers created the game in a similar manner. Regardless, the puzzles are unique and unconventional.

However, the difficulty is static. Each puzzle is about as challenging as the last, so the game devolves into a mindless “idle” game that fails to impress as the player progresses. Some levels even take too long to solve despite the solution becoming obvious within the first 5 seconds (e.g. the snake game). It’s not especially engaging.

Although Green is a puzzle game, it should not be marketed as one. The game does not encourage critical thinking since there are rarely any repercussions for “incorrectly” solving a puzzle. It should be marketed as a mindless tapper game instead. It more closely resembles this genre of game anyways.

Xel-toma ,

Really good, but...

So all the puzzles are really good and challenging with a simple answer but the answer is easy to look over which makes the game really fun. The ONLY problem I had are with the number puzzles where you have to type in the numbers in the order that they appear. The only reason I have a problem with them is I’m on level 50 and I’ve typed in the set of numbers the only two ways you can for it to possibly be correct and it still doesn’t pass the level. Idk if it’s a bug or what but this is the only problem I have with this game.

Developer Response ,

I think you are referring to level 14 and level 41.
Level 14 and 41 look the same, but you can interpret the sequence in 2 ways.
Level 14 is about the position of the numbers, level 41 is about the numbers of the positions.
So the sequence for level 14 is 1 5 3 4 8 2 7 9 6
But for level 41: number 1 is in 1st position so press 1st button, number 2 is in 6th position so press button 6, number 3 is in 3rd position so press button 3, and so on...
So the order to press the buttons in level 41 is 1 6 3 4 2 9 7 5 8

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