This game, while further along than last year's release, is not complete but is still in development. Part 2 is playable but animation and the password system still need to be implemented. These features will be rolled out when I release part 3 next year.
Color Collapse is a puzzle game where the goal is to remove all the colored blocks from the play field. Clicking on a group of color blocks removes all the connected blocks of that color. A block is considered to be connected only if the two blocks are horizontally or vertically connected. All the connected blocks will be removed and any blocks above the removed group will fall to fill in any gap. Each set is made up of multiple (4-12) puzzles.
To make things easier, I have added an undo and redo feature so that if you make a mistake you can back up a few steps and continue from there. Purists will never use this feature, but people who are too lazy to replay the complete level will still be able to enjoy the game.