Important information

This site uses cookies to store information on your computer. By continuing to use our site, you consent to Steel Media's privacy policy.

Steel Media websites use two types of cookie: (1) those that enable the site to function and perform as required; and (2) analytical cookies which anonymously track visitors only while using the site. If you are not happy with this use of these cookies please review our Privacy Policy to learn how they can be disabled. By disabling cookies some features of the site will not work.


Gamut


Gamut
Download on the AppStore Click here to request a review of this app

  • App Store Info

Description

So, you've always imagined that picking
colors was an easy task, haven't you?

But what would happen if the colors' names
differed from their actual appearance?!
... and if your choice had to be made in a
fixed amount of time?! ... and if the
number of available colors would
increase?! ... and if you had to pick two
of 'em at once?! ... still easy?

There's only one way to find out: start
the quest and challenge yourself with
GAMUT!

GAMUT's rules are simple: Just look at the
color name shown during a level's play and
hit -- by tapping -- on the corresponding
color spot shown on the blackboard.
Generally, colors' names are shown with an
appearance that differs from their names
(e.g., red written in yellow)... so what
seems to be incredibly easy may not be
after all ;-)

A variable number of mistakes, fixed per
level, and available colors that increase
along with the game difficulty makes GAMUT
a very entertaining and brain-stimulating
game. In addition, the time-frame where a
color name is shown gets smaller according
to the level's difficulty. Finally, a
pinch of 12 double-touch levels makes
GAMUT even more challenging.

Single and double touch levels are
interleaved in blocks of five, with the
finals organized as suc^H^H^H^H well,
you'll figure it out, if you're crazy
enough ;-)

GAMUT's features:

* 12 single-touch levels
* 12 double-touch levels
* Ability to save the last game so that
you can restart from the last
completed level

(psss, I'll tell you a secret: everything
follows Fibonacci, after all. This may not
help you with the game, but it's always
nice to know ;-))

What's New in Version 1.4

Major bug fixed (when restarting a level the timer wasn't reset and it was possible to keep playing ad libitum)

Screenshots

Screenshot 1 of 8 Screenshot 2 of 8 Screenshot 3 of 8 Screenshot 4 of 8 Screenshot 5 of 8 Screenshot 6 of 8 Screenshot 7 of 8 Screenshot 8 of 8