Are you a Photoshop or design hobbyist looking for a way to hone your color skills? Color is a game that aims to improve the way you recognize and choose different colors and pallets. The game is designed as a free web app by Method of Action, a design company based out of Playa del Carmen, Mexico and focuses on peer-to-peer education.
If you’d like to try it out, just visit http://color.method.ac/ in your favorite web browser. The game will start when you click on the color wheel.
Each level of the color game deals with a different aspect of color design. From hue to saturation and more, there’s a lot to learn when it comes to matching up and picking colors.
Each round gives you 15 seconds to match up the correct color. If you do it well enough, you can receive a “perfect” score. If you don’t match, or aren’t even close, you’ll receive a “poor” score. There is also a “good” and “excellent” score for when you are close but the color match isn’t perfect.
As you progress each challenge becomes slightly more difficult, as you must match up more colors than the previous challenge.
After you’ve completed every challenge, you’ll be scored based on how well you did. There is also a link to Method of Action’s main site where they host a number of interesting projects.
I found Color to be both addicting and educational. Have you found any similar free web games worth a look? Send me an email or drop a comment below!