Colorblind and Ovivo have come out in back to back weeks, and they share a neat mechanic. Both games test your ability to swap colors on the fly within a platformer/adventure set-up. That commonality sparked interest in other games of a similar form. The result is this game collection.
Platformers can take many forms. This collection focuses on triggering color switches to either land on colored platforms or clear gates. You essentially get to puzzle over color matches, and then pull of the action sequences of a platformer
Chameleon Run is an autorunner where you must change your characters color in order to properly land on the colored platforms. Collect marbles, smoking crystals, and try not to crash before reaching the end point. With a variety of different objectives to meet for each stage, as well as beating your previous best times, there is plenty of replay value.
Help the paint bucket achieve its goal of getting the paintbrush that is locked away or in hard-to-reach places. Tap to open up portals and get the bucket to the brush while avoiding spikes and other obstacles. The simple controls are easy to pick up and make it so that anyone can play the game.
If you don't have time for an involved platformer, you can try this collection of quick action games. Each one emphasizes one touch controls and quick play sessions. Your goal is to make sure the falling colored object aligns with the color at the base.