You Can Be Colorblind and Still Play Colour Bind

ColourBind

After two long years of work, Aussie developer Finn Morgan is putting the finishing touches on his physics platform-puzzler Colour Bind for Steam PC/Mac release this year (as well as Linux and possibly other platforms). Finn will be flying up from Down Under to show off his innovative indie at PAX, so if you’re in Seattle next weekend be sure to swing by to try out the game’s unique color-based gravity manipulation. If you won’t be making it out, here’s the next best thing — a narrated gameplay video introducing the basic play mechanics and features!

There’ll be co-op, access to the game’s full level editor (linked in with Steam Workshop), and even a colorblind mode for colorblind gamers. Plus the game is supposedly very difficult. Like old-school difficult to the point where even its creator admits that it is a love it or hate style of game.

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