Mondrian inspired puzzle game for iPad
“Red, Blue & Yellow” is an abstract puzzle game in which you colour paintings using only 4 colours. The trick is that you have to make sure no adjacent regions have the same colour.
The name is based on the titles of Piet Mondrian‘s paintings which often had descriptive names like that. Although there are other colours in the game as well, Mondrian often used only the primary colours, in addition to white, just like in the game. However the main difference being that he didn’t mind if 2 adjacent regions shared colour! This idea for the puzzle game comes from the Four Color Theorem.
I’ve always been a fan of Mondrian because his work is so simple yet recognizable, something that is very hard to accomplish. I hope he would have liked my game (if he were still alive).
There are quite a bunch of levels and different modes including a random painting generator. It comes with nice Jazz music, and it’s free so if you have an iPad I recommend checking it out: link