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Setting aside the score and art style, you're left with a very basic platformer. While the color shifting concept is simple enough and I can appreciate the developers doing something differently, it just isn't enough to make this a memorable journey that you'll want to revisit, especially since most of the game is just breadcrumbing you along with no real thought or skills needed.
Clear and concise art style, atmospheric audio, well-designed puzzles and replayability are what Hue offers for a very modest price. It’s a definite buy for people who enjoy puzzles, especially as it revolves around a unique gameplay mechanic that stands out from the crowd. Even those who aren’t big fans of puzzle games should consider picking Hue up; I’m not usually someone enjoys puzzle games, so to have come out of the experience that is Hue, having enjoyed myself, is definitely something to take note of.
Hue is a well-crafted, enjoyable experience. I don't usually like physics-based platformers, but the controls are simple and responsive enough that I never felt like a death was anyone's fault but my own. Its visuals are sparse but clean, and the puzzles gave my brain a workout. It's a little brief, clocking in at four to six hours, but that just means it doesn't overstay its welcome, and it left me wanting more.