Color the Truth

by mathbrush profile

Mystery
2016

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- Nomad, August 16, 2021

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
great game, August 19, 2020
by jlvp1234 ( United States )

I really enjoyed this game. I didn't even need the walkthrough for it. are there more games like this?


- Sammel, April 4, 2020

- kierlani, March 25, 2020

- Zape, February 1, 2020

- erzulie, September 24, 2019

- davidar, July 12, 2019

- Stian, April 15, 2019

- elias67, March 12, 2019

- Bartlebooth, December 8, 2018

- Obter9 (New Zealand), May 15, 2018

- faffpaper, April 3, 2018

- airylef, December 28, 2017

- KimNJ, December 28, 2017

- Prosilire (New York City), December 3, 2017

- HarryKile, November 9, 2017

- Julia Myer (USA), September 26, 2017

- TheAncientOne, September 9, 2017

- karlnp (Vancouver, BC), August 23, 2017

- Zed (Berkeley, CA), August 7, 2017

- Billy Mays, July 27, 2017

- Cory Roush (Ohio), July 1, 2017

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
A good detective mystery unfolds, July 1, 2017
by SpecialAgent (Sydney)

Color the Truth is well written and story driven, it does not feature any traditional lock-and-key puzzles (that I encountered), and focuses on narrative and conversation based puzzles instead. In some cases it was necessary to repeat conversations - a bit tedious at the time but in retrospect, a clever tactic to highlight the main premise. This offers a nice change of pace, and if you feel like something different, I can recommend Color the Truth.


- lastplaneout (Boone, NC), June 22, 2017

- kala (Finland), June 2, 2017


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