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The "Beginners" mode is highly recommended. It "instructs" on what should be done, as well as. it is much slower than the "Expert" mode. Only in the Expert Mode will scores be recorded. INSTRUCTIONS FOLLOW (also available under the "Help" button in the game):
PRIMARY ADDITIVE COLORS (as in your TV)
Red + Green +Blue = White
The object is to create as many White tiles as possible by combining falling color tiles
Green and Blue make Cyan so Cyan and Red make White
In the Beginners mode the action is slower and the game tells you what are active target colors.
Green and Red make Yellow so Yellow and Blue make White
Red and Blue make Magenta so Magenta and Green make White
For every White you create you score a point and you can cover White with other colors so you can make multiple Whites on top of each other. This occurs at the bottom of the screen at the start. This is called the active bottom line.
Incompatible colors such as Red and Magenta create Gray and move the active bottom line up one row until you run out of space.
If you cover a color with the same color there is a time penalty. Each time the tiles will drop a little faster. (A lot faster in the Expert mode)