October is for releasing video games. So it seems, when looking at the lineup of Belgian video games that are set to enter the fray this month. Kicking off this #BelgianGamesIndustry release galore is Colorscope by our proud member Next Apps.
As you can see, Colorscope is a mobile puzzle video game that builds on the minimalist concept of their previous success Colorcube. You still have to mimic a coloured shape by moving and twisting puzzle pieces that change colour when they overlap. The catch this time is that the shapes are mirrored on the board, creating cool looking kaleidoscopic effects.
It’s a simple yet elegant design. The beautiful visuals are obviously best enjoyed on the big screen of an iPad, but Colorscope plays just as well on the iPhone. The experience is made complete by a chill, original soundtrack made by Sean Dhondt.
You can download and play the first 60 levels for free. If you crave more puzzles after that, there’s extra puzzle packs for different skill levels available as in-app purchases. With 900 handcrafted puzzles in total, even the most avid puzzle fanatics will have their work cut out for them.