This is a new action-puzzle game with colors - a brand new twist on the match 3 formula!
The basic game rules are simple - you slide rows and columns of colored tiles to combine groups (vertical or horizontal lines) of the same color and double-tap to remove them from the screen. Using multicolored tiles you can create color chains - intersecting lines of tiles which will be submitted as a single group, giving you much higher score!
As difficulty levels progress, bigger tiles are introduced, making the matching more challenging. Also, tiles react to gravity, so tilting in combination with sliding can be a very useful play technique!
The game includes 3 game modes each with 4 difficulty settings to provide plenty of variety and a great challenge.
*PUZZLE (it's a puzzle, unlimited time)
*COLOR RUSH (fast paced action)
*ZEN COLORS (endless mode, for relaxed playing)
If you like games like Collapse! Chaos, Trism, Bejeweled or TETRIS, you will enjoy this game.
If you are tired of match 3 puzzles - try this one, it has a few unique features you're likely to enjoy!
If you don't like puzzle games - try this game, very possibly it will make you change your mind (it already has for some people)!
See what the beta-testers of the game say:
"I just wanted to let you know that this is a great concept. It's about time somebody went beyond the whole match three thing and did something different."
"Really nice and polished game."
"I didn't think I would like this game as much as I do. I'm so addicted to it right now, so I really recommend it. My top 3 puzzle games right now - in order - Quadrum:Colors, Fuzzle and Trism."
"At first load-up, the game seemed to me to be the "same old" match game, but after playing it for a while, I see that there is a lot more strategy than the "same old" formula."
"I tend to get quickly bored with color matching games. But the puzzle mode and zen mode offer that puzzling challenge that should hold my interest over the long term. Excellent game!"
"This is one of my favorite games."
For the gameplay VIDEO, search for "Quadrum:colors" on youtube.com
Release Date: February 3, 2009