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Sunday, August 06, 2006
Colorblind Fix 3 is an excellent platformer by King Bowser, combining action and puzzle elements from the Mario series, Metanet Software's N, and Helix Games' Jumper to name a few.

Of course, having so many influences does not necessarily mean that the end product will be any good. Fortunately in this case, everything works well to draw you in and keep you addicted to it for a long time. Featuring a hundred levels, it's quite surprising that every stage still manages to offer a different challenge, whether it requires quick thinking or extraordinary reflexes.

The objective in each stage is to collect all keys and reach the exit. One minor drawback is that the game tends to run pretty slow on older machines. The help screen does not work at all, and your progress is only saved after every tenth level. Instruction on activating the debug mode can be found in the forum, solving at least one of the issues mentioned here.

Name: Colorblind Fix 3
Developer: King Bowser
Category: Platform
Type: Freeware
Size: 10MB
4 Comments:
Anonymous Martin said at 8/08/2006 11:29:00 PM:  
Hi, thanks for the tip. Do you happen to know where I can download the game? The links in the obviously more than a year old forum don't work anymore.
Anonymous soilworker said at 8/10/2006 07:25:00 AM:  
I uploaded the game here:
http://www.keepmyfile.com/download/1ff854933814

BTW a great game!
Anonymous Martin said at 8/10/2006 08:05:00 AM:  
Great, thank you very much, soilworker, danke schön! :)
BTW a nice blog you have there!
Anonymous King Bowser said at 8/20/2006 12:46:00 PM:  
Thank you for writing a review :)
I'm working on a much better game now
(I got much experience from the making of CFIX3 and some other projects I abandoned...)

and... what level you reached here :)
The record is 5-5 :P