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Use the arrow keys to move and jump. Move over the colored + symbols to activate or deactivate colors in the level. Try to reach the white portal at the end of each level. Press R to restart and ESC to return to the main menu.

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20 Littlegrey Comments:
    August 7th, 2010 at 7:45 am lowman says:

    I suppose you are right, I meant the first sentence to be how we are hardwired to see color and the rest is really how we actually understand and feel the color.

    August 4th, 2010 at 5:41 pm Droogs says:

    Ms. Montana, I don't particularly believe that we can separate our definition of anything we perceive from the perception of that thing you said, red is only red because our brains have defined a certain wavelength of light as red. If evolution/my LSD binges/whatever has caused me to perceive the wavelengths of light you would see separately as red and orange both as red (where you see orange, I see red), the wavelength of light you would see as orange is perceived as different colors by the two of us; so, wavelength alone is not a thorough enough definition.

    lowman, doesn't your first sentence contradict the rest of your paragraph?

    August 4th, 2010 at 10:00 am lowman says:

    The way I see things, color is truly just a way for the brain to process the different wave lengths of light that our eye can see. Color is abstract in the sense that it cannot be explained. There is no true way to describe what a color is beyond other abstract concepts such as feelings. If you do not believe try to explain to a blind man what the color brown looks like.

    August 4th, 2010 at 4:30 am HannahMontana143 says:

    okay so maybe all humans experience red the same way, BUT i think we can all agree that an alien with different rods/cones/synapses whatever, could and would have a different quale for red, since they are interpreting the data they recieve differently. and since "red" is an adjective that groups all things of that color, both us and said alien would still both be able to correctly identify a rose as "red" even if the alien's experience of red is more akin to our experience of green. so i think "redness" corresponds merely to the wavelength of light, not the wavelength and the biological interpretation of that input.

    tl;dr red is just the wavelength range, not the whole system of it being processed.

    i think.

    August 4th, 2010 at 3:24 am Droogs says:

    I thought we were at first, but I think it's not so much about perceiving things subjectively as it is about perceiving things in general. I'm really not sure anymore.

    August 4th, 2010 at 3:06 am HannahMontana143 says:


    incidentally, quale and qualia are great scrabble words.

    August 4th, 2010 at 1:37 am Jeihot says:

    Whys, Cynnicysm and Droogs... I will read your posts. Really. Someday.

    August 4th, 2010 at 1:35 am The Oracle says:

    Too easy.

    August 4th, 2010 at 12:21 am Game Overlord says:

    Incredibly easy, no challenge, but I was quite entertained for a while.

    August 3rd, 2010 at 11:56 pm jostein says:

    Anyways. It's a good good game. At least if you're not color blind though...