Developer Bart Bonte has released a sequel to the popular puzzle game “yellow”. Simply titled “red”, the sequel tasks players with turning the screen red. That might be the game’s only objective, but the challenge is in figuring out what you are supposed to do to solve each level.
red has 50 short levels, each with their own gimmick and control scheme. One level might have you play a simplified version of Tetris, while another might have users try to figure out the correct sequence that they need to use when alternating between two buttons that dominate the screen. As with other games like Tako Bubble or Crush Escape, red is not likely to take up hours of your time, but can serve as a game that is played in short bursts.
red is free and contains ads and an in app purchase to remove those ads and support the developer. Here is an excerpt from the game’s description with more information:
Can you make the screen red in 50 levels?
Each level has its own logic.
Do you need help? Use the light bulb button that will appear after a while in the top right of each level to get a hint. There are multiple hints for each level.
Interested? Check out the new puzzle game on Google Play.