iPhone and iPad apps tagged "color-matching."
Wooble Attack is a Cute Whack-a-Mole Game With an Extra Colorful Challenge
Wooble Attack is a good old fashioned whack-a-mole game that puts a unique spin on the classic arcade game.
Tapbounce is Bouncy Ball Puzzle Fun
What would happen if games like Tetris or Removem could be played with bouncy balls instead of static shapes or falling blocks? Tapbounce is the first mobile game for players to experience the answer to just that.
Super Juicy Will Bubble to the Top of the Best Apps Ever List
Super Juicy is bringing a new kind of action to the popular genre started by Bejeweled. The point is still to match like objects, but instead of jewels or parrots, Super Juicy is all about the bubbles, baby.
Crystal Clear is addictive, mind-clearing fun
Crystal Clear is so easy that everything you need to know about the game is included in its title. Clear the crystals from the board. That's it. For an extra challenge, you can try to get a higher score by clearing the sparkling crystals first or by increasing your speed.
Eye vs. Eye Tests Your Skill for Perceiving Color
Eye vs. Eye by FORMation Alliance is a great little game for improving or testing your color matching skills. FORMation Alliance is an up and coming iPhone and iPod touch app contributor with a focus on designers.
Eye vs. Eye is a simple app that can be played individually or against a friend.
Trism Offers a Triagular Twist on Bejeweled
Similar to Bejeweled and other color matching games, Trism brings a whole new concept to the game. The object of Trism is to get three matching triangles, or trisms, together. But the trick is that it has to be the triangles sides that are touching and not corner to corner.
Pinch 'n Pop! Will Have Your Fingers Hurting From Fun
The first app store release by developer Chaotic Box, Pinch 'n Pop! will bring tons of fun to any arcade game addicts out there. Designed exclusively for the iPhone platform, Pinch 'n Pop offers addicting color-matching fun that gets increasingly frantic as the game's pace increases.
iAqua Gets You Hooked
Japanese developer GClue, the company behind the lovely Japanese harp simulator iKoto, has released their new puzzle game iAqua in the app store.