Originally Posted by RobertTheBruce
Hi, there. I worked on the game and am actually color blind myself. We did our best to pick all color blind friendly colors, and as another user pointed out, the game itself tries to help reinforce what colors are the same or not through the mechanics.
We are still working on improving this, though. Our next updates will have improvements to the color palettes that make them even more color blind friendly.
You know, I thought the color palette seemed a little unique. I remember once being linked to a page that talked about colorblindness, the different kinds, their prevalence, and how to accomodate for them. IIRC the page was inspired by one too many incomprehensible pie charts at a business firm. At any rate, it had a list of colors that were uniquely identifiable for most viewers, colorblind included, and the palette of Color Zen reminded me of that. Especially the puzzles chosen for the trailer.
Anyway, I bought Color Zen a couple days ago and just now finished it up. It was a short but enjoyable ride. I've been a fan of puzzlers for a very, very ling time: I'm always happy to find something new, and I'm just thrilled when it's executed well. I look forward to the promised level packets.