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Developer: Jason Godbey
Content Rating: Everyone10+
A lonely roadside diner in the middle of the desert. The locals say it’s lost all its color. You are sent to investigate. Discolored is a strange and surreal puzzle adventure, taking place over two-or-so hours in a single desolate location. Your mission: restore the color to this once-vibrant world. What caused the colors to disappear? How can they be brought back? As you explore, you'll solve an array of inventive puzzles and uncover a selection of clues - leading you to discover the deeper secrets of this strange place at the end of an abandoned highway.
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Discolored is exactly what we like to see from indie games: inventive puzzle mechanics, lovely audio/visual presentation and a run time that doesn’t overstay its welcome. If anything Godbey Games could have gotten away with another hour or so, but what’s here is perfectly enjoyable puzzling that is well worth an evening’s entertainment.
Discolored is a game that has been designed to be played in one sitting, taking a couple of hours to work your way through. It’s very abstract in regards to its story and puzzles solutions at times, but in the same breath it’s extremely stylish, beautifully unique and thoroughly enjoyable. It feels there should be more from Discolored in the future, and after spending some time at this weird diner, it deserves all the sequels it needs.