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Color Fill 3D Game App Review
What is Color Fill 3D?
The premise of Color Fill 3D is very simple and straightforward. You control a cube that has been placed in a room with grid squares. All you have to do is fill every blank space in the room with your color. To do this, you maneuver the cube to create boxes. Every time you connect four lines of your color, the empty space in the middle of those four lines will be filled. Once you do this you clear the level. Later stages will have obstacles, both stationary and moving, to make the gameplay a bit more challenging.
Should you get Color Fill 3D?
Quite frankly, this game just isn’t very good. While it has a concept that could be entertaining, it is executed quite poorly. The cube you control feels very sluggish in response to your commands, often plowing you into an obstacle that could have easily been avoided. On top of that, the stages themselves aren’t all that challenging, as it’s usually just you moving a cube around in rooms of various shapes, with the only threat of failure being due to the aforementioned clunky controls.
What’s even worse, however, is the unyielding, crushing wave of ads this game forces on you. It is a free to play game, so some means of financing it is to be expected, but you will swiftly grow frustrated with how many ads you must contend with. It’s an honest nightmare. The levels themselves aren’t that long, and following each level, you’ll be subjected to a lengthy ad video that often lasts thirty seconds. If you fail a level and need to restart, you’ll have to watch an ad to do that too. At some point, it becomes apparent that Color Fill 3D was designed primarily to put as many ads in front of players as possible, and to be actually be a good game.
This isn’t to say there is nothing worthwhile in this game somewhere, so if the premise really piques your interest, then by all means, give it a try yourself. Some people really enjoyed it, ads notwithstanding, so playing a game yourself is still the best way to get an accurate impression of it.
-Simple and easy gameplay makes it easy to pick up and play
-Occasionally unresponsive but always clunky controls
-A horde of ads will assault you at every opportunity unless you pay to have them removed
Details: Age Range, OS, Etc.
The age range for this game is 4 and up, but you should note that this rating does not include the content of the ads themselves. That said it is unlikely any ads will show something unfit for children. For OS, this game requires iOS 9.0 and up or Android 5.0 and later.
Here's a gameplay video by daydreamz studio via YouTube that covers levels 1-100: