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The popular Bicolor gets updated to add more minimalistic levels

The popular Bicolor gets updated to add more minimalistic levels

July 10, 2014

Bicolor, the minimalistic puzzler from 1Button, has received an update adding a ton of new levels to the addictive application.

Optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, Bicolor first launched in May and can be downloaded for $0.99. Upon its release, the app met with high praise from our own Christine Chan, who concluded in her original review:

The minimalistic visuals are calming, and the sound effects are fun and quirky. The puzzles start out fairly effortless, but things do get complicated rather quickly, which is what I love about these games. The controls are simple, intuitive, and very responsive, which is just what you want in a puzzle game.

You see, in Bicolor gamers are presented with an on-screen puzzle consisting of two colors. The aim in each level is to fill in the board with the background color; to do this, you’ll need to figure out the correct sequence of letters or numbers in the puzzle (though in-game “Paint Buckets” can help players if they get stuck).

In the first version of Bicolor, a total of 180 levels were offered to iOS device owners. The app’s most recent update, however, adds a further 240 puzzles to the game. As such, there’s never been a better time to take Bicolor for a spin.

As mentioned, Bicolor can be downloaded for $0.99 on the App Store, and it’s optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

For more information on the app, be sure to take a look at our aforementioned review.

See also: UpTo Calendar updated with search feature, improved day view, reminders and more, Pebble updates its iOS app to bring new watchapps, proximity improvements, and Kanvas goes 3.0 with new stop motion camera, video uploading and more features.


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