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I Love Hue

I Love Hue

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A gentle journey into colour and perception

4.7 Ratings 258K+ Reviews 5M+ Downloads
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A gentle journey into colour and perception
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Ratings & Reviews

4.7
257.7K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    80%
  2. 4
    13%
  3. 3
    3%
  4. 2
    1%
  5. 1
    2%
  • Stunning. Absolutely perfect. Jun 28, 2019

    By Sunnycalih
    This game is marvelous. I was looking for a game to doze to sleep by that engaged me, was beautiful, but didn’t stress me out. This is everything I was looking for and more. The visuals are exquisite. The little encouraging messages are so nice as you doze in bed. Seeing your ranking vs the world average is a nice nod to your achievement, without making it an ongoing intense competition. The musical tones are used perfectly, only as a reward after finishing hand as you start a round. Otherwise you just get to play in silence. Calm, mesmerizing, silence. And the tones that do play are so unobtrusive I actually leave the sound on as I play (something I rarely do with phone games). Also, the gameplay is surprisingly rewarding. It’s so cool to see the whole grid finally click together. It definitely gives the brain a fantastic little dump of positive brain-chemicals and works a beauty-appreciating part of your mind in a way rarely tapped in to so intentionally. My one complaint about this game is that they don’t have a buy-once-and-play-all-the-content-without-ads option. Seriously, even if it’s $20. You guys have made an exquisitely calming experience. It makes the awful casino style ads all the more irritating. Lol. I want to pay you to never hear them again in your beautiful game. TAKE MY MONEY. Ok, thx for your art. This wonderful. If you’re reading this, get. this. game.
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  • Oct 14, 2020

    By Pip BeeBoy
    This is honestly wonderful!! It's so relaxing and fun and you can play it anywhere! Not really PLAY, but it's great. The ads are placed nicely and you can usually just skip them. The prisms aren't bad at all, if you want more, you can just watch an ad! It's fair and pretty, I LOVE this app. ^^
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  • A wonderful experience in color! Nov 27, 2019

    By Islandberg
    I haven’t spent a dime on this game. I have read reviews where people say it costs money, yet I have accumulated enough hearts and prisms to unlock everything without the need to spend cash. I have been telling everyone about this gem! As a former art student and artist, I feel this game is really a study in color. It’s a zen-like experience that both calms and excites at the same time. I love that it doesn’t gouge my wallet and I can just sit back and enjoy the game. I absolutely love seeing how the shades of color play against each other. Once a square is placed in its proper position ones brain can immediately tell. What once looked off in shade suddenly registers in the brain and the puzzle starts to take shape. I am addicted to this game and enjoy seeing how my score ranks against other players. My best score was 77 moves over a 223 move world average. I was impressed with myself, that’s for sure! I think anyone who wishes to better understand color and how shades can interact with others should play this game. You will see how amazing it is. I am into the quests now and have gone past “explorer”, they just keep getting better. It’s calming and really aids in stress relief.
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  • Sep 30, 2020

    By Ribbon Duckling
    I don't usually rate apps but this one is great. It's very relaxing and even though it does have a record system it always feels like an option to get a high score. It has far more levels than I think I could ever play and can kill hours. The most annoying part would probably be the "cost" to play a level but you get a few free pyramid things daily and in my experience you dont have to open the app to get them though that may vary. Good game
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  • Absolutely Incredible Aug 27, 2020

    By Potterfan16103
    I have never written an app review before, but I Love Hue deserves as much praise as it can get. This is simple yet challenging, incredibly satisfying (dare I say addicting), and visually stunning. As someone with OCD, I have found this game to be an amazing substitute for certain rituals as well as a great coping mechanism. It’s soothing and relaxing. Each stage comes with calm, zen-like messages that are just pleasant to read. I’ve played through every single level multiple times until I beat the world average in each one, partly due to perfectionism but also so I could get compliments such as “iridescent moonbeam” and “glorious butterfly.” There are no “pay to play” features, no subscriptions, and while there ARE ads, they are extremely tolerable. Ads come up very rarely, and always between levels so there’s no risk of interruption. Plus, in my experience they have always been skippable. Overall, this has been my favorite game for almost three years now and is by far the best color-sorting game I’ve come across. This morning, I downloaded I Love Hue Too and I am already hooked! Amazing and even more extensive than its predecessor. I highly recommend both of these apps.
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  • Stunning. Absolutely perfect. Jun 28, 2019

    By Sunnycalih
    This game is marvelous. I was looking for a game to doze to sleep by that engaged me, was beautiful, but didn’t stress me out. This is everything I was looking for and more. The visuals are exquisite. The little encouraging messages are so nice as you doze in bed. Seeing your ranking vs the world average is a nice nod to your achievement, without making it an ongoing intense competition. The musical tones are used perfectly, only as a reward after finishing hand as you start a round. Otherwise you just get to play in silence. Calm, mesmerizing, silence. And the tones that do play are so unobtrusive I actually leave the sound on as I play (something I rarely do with phone games). Also, the gameplay is surprisingly rewarding. It’s so cool to see the whole grid finally click together. It definitely gives the brain a fantastic little dump of positive brain-chemicals and works a beauty-appreciating part of your mind in a way rarely tapped in to so intentionally. My one complaint about this game is that they don’t have a buy-once-and-play-all-the-content-without-ads option. Seriously, even if it’s $20. You guys have made an exquisitely calming experience. It makes the awful casino style ads all the more irritating. Lol. I want to pay you to never hear them again in your beautiful game. TAKE MY MONEY. Ok, thx for your art. This wonderful. If you’re reading this, get. this. game.
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  • Oct 14, 2020

    By Pip BeeBoy
    This is honestly wonderful!! It's so relaxing and fun and you can play it anywhere! Not really PLAY, but it's great. The ads are placed nicely and you can usually just skip them. The prisms aren't bad at all, if you want more, you can just watch an ad! It's fair and pretty, I LOVE this app. ^^
    more
  • A wonderful experience in color! Nov 27, 2019

    By Islandberg
    I haven’t spent a dime on this game. I have read reviews where people say it costs money, yet I have accumulated enough hearts and prisms to unlock everything without the need to spend cash. I have been telling everyone about this gem! As a former art student and artist, I feel this game is really a study in color. It’s a zen-like experience that both calms and excites at the same time. I love that it doesn’t gouge my wallet and I can just sit back and enjoy the game. I absolutely love seeing how the shades of color play against each other. Once a square is placed in its proper position ones brain can immediately tell. What once looked off in shade suddenly registers in the brain and the puzzle starts to take shape. I am addicted to this game and enjoy seeing how my score ranks against other players. My best score was 77 moves over a 223 move world average. I was impressed with myself, that’s for sure! I think anyone who wishes to better understand color and how shades can interact with others should play this game. You will see how amazing it is. I am into the quests now and have gone past “explorer”, they just keep getting better. It’s calming and really aids in stress relief.
    more
  • Sep 30, 2020

    By Ribbon Duckling
    I don't usually rate apps but this one is great. It's very relaxing and even though it does have a record system it always feels like an option to get a high score. It has far more levels than I think I could ever play and can kill hours. The most annoying part would probably be the "cost" to play a level but you get a few free pyramid things daily and in my experience you dont have to open the app to get them though that may vary. Good game
    more
  • Absolutely Incredible Aug 27, 2020

    By Potterfan16103
    I have never written an app review before, but I Love Hue deserves as much praise as it can get. This is simple yet challenging, incredibly satisfying (dare I say addicting), and visually stunning. As someone with OCD, I have found this game to be an amazing substitute for certain rituals as well as a great coping mechanism. It’s soothing and relaxing. Each stage comes with calm, zen-like messages that are just pleasant to read. I’ve played through every single level multiple times until I beat the world average in each one, partly due to perfectionism but also so I could get compliments such as “iridescent moonbeam” and “glorious butterfly.” There are no “pay to play” features, no subscriptions, and while there ARE ads, they are extremely tolerable. Ads come up very rarely, and always between levels so there’s no risk of interruption. Plus, in my experience they have always been skippable. Overall, this has been my favorite game for almost three years now and is by far the best color-sorting game I’ve come across. This morning, I downloaded I Love Hue Too and I am already hooked! Amazing and even more extensive than its predecessor. I highly recommend both of these apps.
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  • Wonderful concept Jan 23, 2020

    By Avalovesart
    This game has a wonderful concept and with a few tweaks could be even better. A lot of people have commented about the calming nature of the game. The intro music is the first thing I noticed which contributed to my own sense of calm within the game. However, I wish there was an option for the music to continue playing during game play. Second, I enjoy the idea of different levels and the motivating messages shown at completion of a puzzle. However, I wish there were more diversity in puzzle shapes even at the lower levels of the game. Although the higher levels are more mentally engaging, there are many times I would prefer a simple game with less challenge. That is possible at the lower levels, but the puzzles feel nearly the same given the square pieces for every single puzzle. Finally, despite my minor requests for improvements, this is a nice game with a different approach to engaging users and I enjoy playing it several times a week.
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  • Fun and different Sep 24, 2018

    By Raeofsunshineinaz
    This game is more fun and challenging than I expected. There’s no music in the background for me like other reviews mentioned enjoying. I don’t know why I don’t have the music (yes, I have the sound on and volume up). I don’t like that there is no option to quit a layout if you get stuck; you have to solve it to get out. They definitely get harder as you progress. I can’t say I find it “relaxing” because the puzzles are challenging, but it’s great that there’s no timer, no hints, no maximum number of moves, so there’s no pressure like some games have. You can take your time. I paid the $1.99 to get rid of the ads between puzzles - its certainly worth two dollars! I’ve already spent several hours playing and I’m almost through the third level. It is kind of addictive, and nice to try a new kind of puzzle game.
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  • The True Cost Dec 28, 2017

    By InfiniteGray
    Now, in case you haven’t heard in other reviews, this is a great little game. It’s very minimalist and has a great ascetic (I just wish the puzzles would fill up the entire screen). However after the first ten levels in begins to require three “Prisms” to play each level. Every 24 hours you can watch an ad(s) to get 12 prisms. They also have an option to purchase prisms which eliminates ads as well. If you’d like to unlock the whole game and all it’s 280 levels immediately that’s around $14-$16. I gave this game four stars because there are plenty of other similar games that have a low flat out base price to unlock the entire game. At the most, I’d say this game is worth $6. If you are okay with waiting to unlock prisms or have enough money to spend, I highly recommend this game.
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  • LOVE this game - just one request Sep 30, 2020

    By rose-cloud
    I am a former art teacher & am delighted to have found this game!! I have stopped playing other games for months now & am (almost) totally happy- when I get in a groove and the colors seem to “click” into the right spot it’s extremely satisfying. The one thing I’d really like is to be able to look longer at the solution in the advanced levels. When I get to a stuck place, I reset the whole thing but I have to do it multiple times to try to remember what the different corners are doing. I notice I have “weaker” perceptions of certain colors ( purple to yellow takes me the most moves) and I’d really like to be able to click when I’m ready to move back into game play from the solution. Thanks for a lovely game!
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  • Great game, obnoxious pay model Jan 8, 2019

    By s wrote a review
    Since everyone else has described the game so well, I'm just going to describe the pay model. There are 30 second video ads after every game. Paying any amount turns the ads off. However, the amount you can play the game is artificially limited. You can either watch even more ads or pay to replenish your stock of pyramids (essentially an in-game currency). You get a small amount of free pyramids daily. Every level costs 3 pyramids to play the first time, 1 more every subsequent time. I would be happy to pay 2-3 dollars for this game once to remove ads, but not when you still have to pay (via either real money or time spent watching ads) just to open every level.
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  • Addictive game. Minor flaws Apr 12, 2019

    By GET OFF MY LAWN
    Very rewarding to slowly move colors around to see a rainbow pattern emerge from a random field of jumbled color tiles. I sometimes have a problem seeing the tile under my fingers frequently on the levels with small pieces. Maybe dev could have an selected option to offset the tile to 1 inch away on iPhones with 3D Touch, and rotate 90 degrees each time you press hard. Also, I think you can’t exit a game to play another one unless you’ve completed the current one. This seems like it would be a frustrating issue at higher levels where the difference in hues are very slight. I imagine people with marginal screens would get stuck and they couldn’t change games. The main reason I’m giving it a 3 star rating is that after I paid $10 to purchase the game, I read the fine print which said that the money was for tokens to play the game, more or less. If I knew this was the deal, I would not have bought it. Very sneaky.
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  • Aug 15, 2020

    By Damien Edmiston
    It's a nice relaxing game, and as an artist, I can appreciate the colors and subtle differences in them. That being said, it does get repetitive after a while. And if you're playing this game to relax, the ads will throw you off big time, and they happen frequently. I also don't understand why there is a system of points needed to do each level (new levels being 3 points, and you only get 15 free ones a day). Its very annoying to get 5 puzzles in and have to just stop.
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  • Game’s good, but also a bit greedy Feb 18, 2019

    By DietDrDoom
    As far as the game itself is concerned, I enjoyed it. You get exactly what was advertised. It doesn’t require much brainpower, and is a nice, quiet way to chill. However, this game is kind of greedy. Save for the first ten levels, you have to spend a currency to unlock a level. There’re a variety of ways to earn that currency “free” (one of them is to watch an ad). You can also spend real money to get more, and also remove ads (though when I did it, my game immediately crashed, and I got nothing for my money, which seemed awfully convenient for a game without any apparent bugs). I could deal with all of this if it wasn’t for this: you have to pay your currency to REPLAY a level. It doesn’t ask for much, but it’s still a baffling detail to me. It’s so minor and easy to bypass, but the fact that it’s there just makes me wonder, “Why?”.
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