The four color theorem states that any map - a division of the plane into any number of regions - can be colored using no more than four colors in such a way that no two adjacent regions share the same color.
We invite you to a playful and colorful journey to test your attention, memory and logic skills by solving this tricky but yet simple puzzle.
The purpose of the basic game is to color all regions so that no adjacent regions would be colored the same. However, please note that you will be coloring the map of a flat, two sided planet! The easy color picks for one side will soon turn to an interesting mind challenge when you strive to spot those bold regions which try to interfere with your choice. Find out their strategy and solve the game!
- Coloring logic game based on four color theorem - 2 sided
- Can be played offline
- Basic game: color all regions so that no adjacent regions would be colored the same
- Score game for further challenge: reach the highest possible score. This requires using the high-score colors in combination with high-score regions and avoiding the usage of colors that are worth less.
- Number of colors: 6. The aim is to be able to solve the game with 4 colors
- The actual game can be saved at any time then reloaded and continued from the point where it has been finished before.