Right Colour is a game of fast thinking and colour matching. The aim of the game is to correctly identify the colour being shown as quickly as possible. You have a limited amount of time to do this in.
There are two basic ways the game is played. The colours either have to be identified by the colour used to display the word, or by the colour the word describes. For example, if the word "Blue" is written in green, press the green button, or if the word "Red" is written in yellow, press the button with "Yellow" written on it.
For each correctly identified colour, your score goes up by 5 points. However, for each wrong answer, your score goes down by an increasing amount, until you get one right again. For example, if you get the first one right, your score would go up to 5. If you get the second one wrong, your score would go down by 1 to 4. If you get the third one wrong as well, your score would go down by 2 to 2. If you get the fourth one right, your score would go up by 5 to 7, and if you get the fifth one wrong, your score would go down by 1 to 6, since you have only got one wrong in a row since you last got one right.
At the end of each time period, you can choose to start a new game, or change the settings. There are four sets of colours to choose from and the game can be made more difficult by having the colour displayed in different places.
The full version has more colour sets and more movement options.
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Fixed colour used at higher levels