Hue is a game that understands what it means to play with color, or at least make a really fun and interesting mechanic in a game. You have to move around the world as you interact with it by changing the colors around you to bend it and the many objects around you to progress. It’s quite cool and everything is like it should be. An alright story, smooth gameplay, interesting concept and a nice pacing. It’s also got some interesting and fun levels/map layouts to make it engaging and nonrepetitive.
You play as our main protagonist as you try to find your missing mom. You on this journey discover different colors to help you clear the many puzzles and challenges the game has to offer. You have to choose what colors you want to be active and inactive to interact with specific objects or remove challenging obstacles in your way. This makes for a very unique and interesting time and is really fun and interesting. The only reason why I don’t wanna praise this game above the skies is the feeling I had while playing it. Don’t get me wrong, I really enjoyed playing this game and have an awesome time going through the journey. It’s just that I felt like it had been done before at some point while playing and it all didn’t really feel as impactful as I wanted it to be. It’s a great game but if you’ve played a bunch of platformers or 2D-side scrolling games then it might feel like that way but it might just be me. All in all i can definitely recommend it and it was a great experience.
Genre: Adventure, Indie
Developer: Fiddlesticks Games
steam page: link
Review date: 29-03-2018