This is a 32-stage logic puzzle game where you must bring a color particle to one or more capacitors located in the playing field.
Use bumpers to redirect color particles and move them across the level.
Avoid obstacles like blocks.
If you get stuck work backward from the capacitor to create your path.
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Colorush Logic Puzzle Game for Kids Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Tap on each angle piece to rotate it counterclockwise until it is in position. Repeat until all tiles are in the correct position and press the play button at the top of the screen.
Starting the Game
Select the play button at the center of the welcome screen to begin.
This will bring up the level select screen. Unlocked levels are green.
Initially only the first level is unlocked & you unlock another level each time you beat one.
Your web browser automatically saves your game progress.
Toggle the game’s audio through the sound button on the bottom left corner.
Using your mouse, left click to select.
When you click on moveable tiles they will rotate counterclockwise.
Tap the screen with your fingers and use them as a mouse.
Across the top of the level there are 4 buttons to start or pause the game, restart a level, turn music on or off, and go back to the level select screen.
You start with only one level unlocked.
The first few levels serve as a tutorial. The professor will guide you through the game’s concepts.
There are 4 buttons on the upper right corner of the screen.
Play/Pause: Turns the game on and off.
Reset: Returns the field to the way it was at the beginning.
Sound: Toggles the game’s audio.
Exit: Returns you to the welcome screen.
You can only interact with the board while it is paused.
Fire color particles from the container (the machine) to the capacitor (the smaller circular object that serves as a container).
Select the play button to fire the particle.
Use elements from the playing field to guide the color particle to the capacitor.
Playing field features
The goal of the game is to bring the color particle to any of the capacitors in the field.
The earlier levels have one container and capacitor, while later levels have several.
The color particle must reach the capacitor of its color.
Bumpers alter the direction of the color particle by 90 degrees.
The particle always bounces off the hypotenuse (longest side) of the bumper.
Select the bumpers to rotate them to the proper position counterclockwise.
After you get 10 levels in some bumpers (the orange and blue ones) rotate counterclockwise each time they are hit by a color.
On level 16 disappearing bumpers are introduced.
Blocks stop a color particle in its tracks.
See if you can use bumpers to go around blocks.
The game introduces other elements throughout it. For example:
On level 10 the orange and blue bumpers rotate directions each time they are hit by a color.
On level 13 there is a key you pick up with the yellow color to unlock a door to the exit.
On level 15 there are 4 different pumps which all have the same color.
On level 16 the red and purple bumpers disappear after they are hit.
On level 19 a spring which bounces back colors is introduced. You can spin its orientation.
On level 22 bridges are introduced. They allow colors to only pass through a particular square vertically or horizontally.
On level 24 big buttons are introduced. When any of them are hit they turn all bridges 90 degrees.
After the bridges and switches are added to the game it becomes a game of trial and error as it is hard to map out how 4 different balls move to interact with a half dozen different switches driving a dozen different bridges moving a half dozen times each.
On level 27 teleporters are introduced.
Many levels contain far more bumpers than you need to use to make a path to the capacitors.
If you are struggling making a path from the pump to a capacitor instead try to work backward from the capacitor to the pump.
The pump which is used to fill a particular capacitor may not be the pump that is closest to it.
If there are multiple pumps and you are not sure which one to start with then start with the capacitor which only has one piece directly across, above, or below it … since that capacitor only has one option that must be the correct path.
Similarly, if a pump has a block directly in front of it that gives you a clue as to the path it must follow based on what direction the ball must travel to not go out of the playing field.
Orange and Blue Bumpers
You can set their direction at the beginning of each level, but they rotate 90 degree counterclockwise after each color hits them, so first set them up for whichever color ball has the shortest path to hit it.
Your colors may traverse through other capacitors and pumps on its way to the eventual goal.
Your colors may cross each other’s paths.
If the color balls are different colors they must not directly collide with one another or they will be destroyed.
Be careful not to accidentally click the replay button
If you use the blue replay button all bumpers will be reset to their position at the beginning of the level.
Instead click the pink play button to restore the buttons to how they were before you attempted your move & then adjust whichever pieces you need to move.
You can play any level an unlimited number of times until you solve it.
The game is suited for players of all ages who like logic puzzles.
The first few puzzles are easy for children of any age.
By the time you get to around level 12 the game grows quite challenging even for adults who love these types of logic puzzle games.
The game has no adult content.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
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