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|System||Game Boy Advance|
|Release Date||JP July 27, 2006|
In Coloris, players are presented with a grid of colored squares, all from a similar matching spectrum. Although the idea is to match sets of 3 or more lines of colors, the way to do so is interesting. The cursor is designated with its own color and hitting the button over the squares will mix that color with the color of the squares. At first the puzzles are simple enough that it merely keeps lighting up the square but later levels can prove to be more complex by mixing primary colors. Mixing an incompatible combination, such as red with green, will create a black square. If the grid is overloaded with black squares, the game will end. In addition to main game, referred to as Clear Mode, there is also an endless Score Mode where the goal is to clear as many squares as possible.
- The game was originally going to be released in America as Digiluxe: Chromatron.
- The game's icon depicting a set of squares was used as a sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
- The game's music was provided by Japanese Grammy-winning composer, Keigo Oyamada.
|Titles in the bit Generations Series|
|Boundish - light trax - ROTOHEX - Coloris - DIGIDRIVE - ORBIENT - Soundvoyager|