Oh No Hue Di'int!
You can Master Visual Literacy with blended color like Van Gogh and understand Color Grammar that unleashed the Impressionists
Recreate harmony, push tiles until you see the glow of color relationship! Solving a Huedoku puzzle comes naturally. Enjoy the relaxing therapeutic benefits of sorting colors.
Huedoku is to color, as Sudoku is to numbers and Tetris is to shapes, We are the language of color. Four colors create a puzzle that is scrambled. To play, you simply follow the flow and slide color tiles back Into place to recreate harmony. The colors relate across and down, like a crossword puzzle.
It's easier the less you think and the more you just place the colors where they look "right".
Plus, experience the color of a Van Gogh painting, see the glow of color interaction. Learn color theory while you follow the flow making colors glow.
Huedoku is easy yet novel. Four colors create a huedoku puzzle. Like in Sudoku or a crossword puzzle, it matters that the relationship works across and down. When the colors fit, they glow. It might take a minute to figure it out, but when you do, it's as simple as pushing pixels around until it looks right.
All ages can play. It take moments to learn and a lifetime to master.
The visual perceptive system is the most complex of all our senses. Vision, specifically color relationship, is divided in two. The Impressionists knew how to use this to make luminous art. Unlock the mystery. Discover how you are hardwired to know harmony.
•Color is relaxing and therapeutic
•Educational for artists and designers
•Isolated workout for your brain in the visual cortex
•Great for beginners and experts alike
•Improve color grammar and visual literacy
•Ten original color puzzles and 12 levels
•Instant feedback and rewards when completing puzzles
•Educational color theory tutorial
•Relax mode available which turns off counter and timer for therapeutic play
Challenging for designers and artists.
Educational, Huedoku is fun for everyone.
Level 1-3: Clues guide you, showing you the four corners and a dot on a swatch if it needs to move
Level 4-6: Just the corner clues
Level 7-9: Shows you the solution before you start but no more clues during play.
Level 10-12: No preview of the solution and no clues
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Ratings and Reviews
Stick with it
This is much better game than it seems at first. If you are interested in color it’s worth taking some time with. I’m a photographer so I answer yes to that.
Much of the UX is terrible. After an attempt at a level I get a message at the top:
Target achieved by 37. The number changes but it never means anything to me.
Sometimes the message is Target missed by 7. Some number again.
Then a rating of 1-4 stars. The correspondence between the rating the preceding Target statement is unclear.
Sometimes I have a star rating before I start a level. I have no idea what this means. Usually it’s one star.
Nothing ever offers encouragement. The only thing that gives me a clear rating is if I go into leaderboards. But when I first go there, the message is always that I have “No friends” and that I’m “1 out of 1 player”. The next tab after friends is “Recents”, where I learn that I’m 1 player on this leaderboard, and again 1 out of 1 player. The third tab says “Global”, where I find I’m rated 66 in the level I just tried, with a score (maybe, it’s an unexplained number) of 115.
Thinking I was exiting that screen I got taken to the all time high scores. Apparently I’m #22 with 1,441,550. I have no idea when or how I got those points, though after each level grouping there is a display of some numbers that I earned. It’s labeled experimental.
Hue coins are required to see the “hint”, which presents a tiny version of the solution you can use to figure out where you’re going wrong. When you buy some it seems like you’re buying a lot, but they it turns out you use up several (5?) for each hint you display. Again discouraging.
... its a great game, but the mechanics are..
Not good enough.. the shifting mechanism screws up the moves i make and takes away my score because I got to shift the tiles back to where they were hence adding more moves unnecessarily, I think it would be best to have a swapping tile mechanism rather than a shifting tile mechanism, also when I lift a tile, shift it and then place it back in the same spot ‘without letting it down’ it counts as a move that doesn’t make any sense.. also when I have several rows that have been corrected and I want to move a tile somewhere else it’s shifts those corrected rows creating more unnecessary moves, Think about it, in real life if you were arranging tiles, if you moved one tile to the other side of the Area wouldn’t you just swap tiles or would you take the time to shift all the tiles? it doesn’t make sense to do all that hence why I think a swapping mechanism is better but other than that this game is really cool if you’re not really concerned with the score B) bravo
Educational and Enlightening!
This is a really fun and fulfilling app! It teaches color theory in a more intuitive way. I feel like I am growing artistically because I’m more aware of how colors interact ...or don’t!! I feel challenged, but not stressed as I strive to perfect my skills. This is a well designed app and functions perfectly.
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- Gabriel Mott
- 47.4 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © (C) 2018, Huedoku Corp. All Rights Reserved
- In-App Purchases
- Annika Banko ColorPack $1.99
- HueCognition ColorPack
- World Cities ColorPack $0.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.