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About the Story"Out of the TextFire "12-pack", this is an April's Fool game "demo" all about colours - you need to change the sterile world you're in into a truly blue experience."
[--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]
This was never a TextFire game. [---jrw]
32nd Place - 7th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2001)
>VERBOSE -- Paul O'Brian's Interactive Fiction Page
[I]f Colours sees a post-comp release, it will probably end up as an enjoyable puzzle-box for those who like that kind of thing. In its present incarnation, however, I found that its charm faded quickly into confusion.
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A fascinating but ultimately too obscure game based on colours, July 16, 2017
This game has you perform a task for 26 different people (not related to the alphabet). However, knowing what you need to do is really, really hard, involving a cryptographic puzzle.
Then the game involves color shifting and sorting, with a cool ending.
The code shows a character named Polly, but I didn't find them.
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