Friday, February 3, 2012

Color Matching Game

Maria Munuera and Mark Mackay have invented a clever color matching game that you can try for free on your computer. 

As you rotate a selector tool around the outside of a color ring, you pick the color that matches the one in the diminishing pie-shaped sector in the middle circle. 

It moves through various levels: complementary, analogous and triadic, and at the end it scores you against averages.




11 comments:

mon said...

This is fun, I got a 9.7 out of it!

william said...

righttttttttttt, I got a 7, and a lot wasn't color it was getting the mouse to move exactly where you wanted it, in time.

James Gurney said...

I'm embarrassed to admit that I got a score WAY lower than both of you.

Nick said...

I got an 8.7, but I agree some of the mouse movement was tricky!

Erik Bongers said...

6.8 - given I'm slightly colorblind (daltonism) I think that's not too bad.

SVSART said...

Well after 3 times of getting the same I guess I will have to admit I am only able to get 8.9 score. I'd like to know what monitor screens folks are viewing on, I bet that counts for a lot.

dierdra said...

Lots of fun...but i think it is more a test of my ability to run my finger pad!...gotta keep at it!

Tida said...

This is awesome ^^it's very useful and fun in the same time! Thank you so much for sharing! my first trial I got 8.3 > <

Christian said...

8.7, wait going to get you, Mon!

Johan Derycke said...

same as William... figuring out where to point the mouse was the hardest part. I had 7 as well

Dit said...

This is fun! 9.2 is my best score but I've already played about 10 times :)