Coloropus is an underwater adventure puzzle quest game about an octopod creature named Coloropus trying to save his girlfriend.
Coloropus is an underwater adventure puzzle quest game about an octopod creature named Coloropus trying to save his girlfriend. Gameplay is based on solving color mixing and physics puzzles, fighting with dangerous underwater creatures and helping friendly ocean folks. The game has no use of spoken and written language. All interactions between the game's characters come as funny animated dialogues telling main storyline and providing hints to Coloropus players.
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Coloropus is released and available for purchase in both electronic and retail!
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Coloropus demo verion for Mac OS X. This demo version includes about 1 hour of game play.
Demo version of Coloropus game for Windows. This demo version contains about 1 hour of game play.
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Please don't tell me this is a flash game..
Does it matter if it is?
Well, support for flash on linux has been termindated. Also, flash games always seem kinda.. limited and sluggish.. I don't know. I prefer games like Aquaria that have a solid c++ basis
Coloropus is made in Flash and build as Adobe AIR application for Mac OS X. Windows version uses MDM Zinc 4.0 as wrapper (that provides DirectX full screen modes).
Though we started to make Coloropus when Flash Player didn't support Stage3D (hardware rendering), now FlashPlayer can use GPU to render graphics. This changes the way flash games look and work.
By the way, Linux version of Zinc is very buggy and that was the reason we haven't released Coloropus for Linux yet. Still working on it.
I think this game was made in MMF2. Create-games.com
Not every artist with an idea can/wants to learn a programming language, especially if they already know how to draw.
HTML5 is quickly replacing Flash in the indie scene, so I think linux users can look forward to that.
So beautiful! Nice graphics and soundtrack. I'll buy for sure the Linux version!
Looking forward to the Linux version :)
The Linux version is coming
The graphics look very nice but is there a widescreen option?
when we will see the linux version