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Underwater textless adventure game with color mixing puzzles

Posted by Dave Seaman on Saturday, 31 March 2012

Pigsels Media announce their new game "Coloropus".

Coloropus is an underwater themed adventure/puzzle game about a little color-addicted octopus. 

-- Gameplay is based on solving color mixing and physics puzzles -- player can explore large ocean world, fight with foes, collect upgrades and interact with NPCs and environment.
-- No use of spoken and written language. All interactions between the game character and NPCs come as little animated comics in speech bubbles telling main storyline and providing a player with hints.
-- Seamless game immersion: main menu, progress, credits -- everything is part of game itself.
-- There is karma system in game -- if Coloropus dies he goes either to Heaven or Hell depending on playing style. Player can return to the place he ended up dying after successful escape and resurrection.
-- Underwater atmosphere is carefully grained and sustained -- dozens of beautiful hand-drawn locations scattered around the sea from peaceful and calm places down to deep, dark and creepy labyrinths going hand by hand with a number of corresponding ambient soundtracks.
-- Game story tells about Coloropus and his adventures while struggling to save his girlfriend Pinky who got kidnapped by strange creature just after they met the first time.

Coloropus has recently won the "Future Hit" and "Most steady game" trophies at the Flash GAMM Game Contest (, which was held in Kiev, Ukraine, in December 2011.


Release date: March 23, 2012 (both ESD and Retail).
Available at: Mac App Store, Direct2Drive, GamersGate, Amazon.
Pricing: 9.99 USD and 14.99 GBP (Retail boxed).

Developer: Pigsels Media ( is a small game development team of three people. Coloropus is our first independent game and it was in development since late 2010.

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