Download size< 1 MB
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- Windows Phone 7
- phone identity
- owner identity
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- phone dialer
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
Color Flow is a simple, fun and addictive puzzle game! Update 2.5 version of the app includes Bug Fix: The back button bug is fixed. New Feature: 1. You can reset your statistics. 2. There are new color palettes to look from 3. The game saves state i.e if you navigate away from the game or the screen gets locked it saves your game so that you can complete it later. Updated 2.0 version of the app now includes many new features! The goal is to fill the entire board with a single color in the minimum number of steps. How to Play: Start with the top left corner block of the board and change its color using the colored buttons at the bottom of the screen. When you change the color of the current area, every adjacent block with the same color also changes. Game ends when the entire board is filled with a single color.
11/14/2013All I wish is that there was a free play mode where the game didn't ever run out of steps. It's really annoying not being able to finish the puzzle, even if I didn't beat it...
11/2/2013Badly designed, too tough to win
10/14/2013This game is fun, but infuriating lol. I get so close to winning everytime and then I run out of moves. The app itself is well done. It's ad supported, but I hardly notice them! Good job :)
7/25/2013Awesome game. Simple and super addictive.
4/5/2013There needs to be a setting where you can adjust how many steps you can take. I'm getting really good at it, but I'm rarely able to win because there isn't enough steps
3/21/2013I would like the program to track the number of squares remaining at the end of each game. Apart from that, very enjoyable.
2/16/2013Addicting to try to beat the boards
1/14/2013Good game but 18 steps isn't enough for me
12/24/2012Beautiful, simple, addicting.
12/20/2012Painfully addictive. Is every puzzle even winnable??