Every now and then, an indie game comes along that takes a well-loved, well-worn genre and adds a dash of creative thinking. That’s precisely what Color Symphony 2, from one-man studio Remimory, manages to do. The result is a satisfyingly tricky game that’s part platformer, part rhythm game. Platform games are one of the best represented (read: oversaturated) genres on the market – and that’s especially true with indie titles. Color Symphony 2 attempts to stand out from a crowded market in a distinctly visual way: colour as a game mechanic. Not too much colour, mind; this isn’t Ocarina of ... Read More »
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