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5 of The Most Colorful Games To Play At Your Leisure

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Like drawings from highlighters surrounding your screen, neon-lit games made ecstatic fans drop to lachrymose silence, within an instant. Your room can light up like a Christmas tree and you can feel like you are held captive in Las Vegas (in a parallel universe), thanks to creative digital art. Bright hues can make you feel like you are in an alien world and that is why the scenery of video games matter. Neon-lights command attention like the optimistic person in a room, changing the mood. Some visually striking content has the power to make you exhausted if dark colors are in the background (looking like the movie Nightmare Before Christmas).

Watercolors can keep you relaxed like falling asleep with anime playing or the sight of the sea creatures in the calming ocean. Cuphead’s 1930s-style American animation (which tries to capture the surreality inherent in characters like Steamboat Willie, Popeye the Sailor Man, Silly Symphony, and Betty Boop) is mixed with watercolor backgrounds. Chicory: A Colorful Tale, the top-down adventure game, has an anthropomorphic dog in a coloring book world (appearing like Snoopy from Charlie Brown), with a magical paintbrush. Draw on anything, explore the world with 10 hours of gameplay, and make friends, where your next destination can come along with a bright delight. The 5 most colorful video games are?

A Bigger Badder Bowser - Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury - Nintendo Switch

5. Super Mario 3D + Bowser’s Fury: 

It seems that the more vibrant Mario (the famous plumber) gets, we get more joyful, playing him as the character. Bowser’s Fury is bundled with the Nintendo Switch release of Super Mario 3D World. Basically, the game is a similar colorfulness to other globe-trotting 3D Mario games and is one of the best Mario games ever made. Use various power-ups like Super Bell, which gives you catlike abilities (like scratching and climbing). Explore Lake Lapcat, collect Cat Shines after completing objectives, and more. 

4. Sonic Forces: 

Assist the razor-sharp blue Sonic the Hedgehog in putting a stop to Dr. Eggman, after he conquered most of the world with a villain named Infinite. You can create your own hero character. Sonic Forces includes two playable Sonics: Retro Sonic from the SEGA Genesis and the Modern Sonic from the 3D era. Another playable character includes Shadow the Hedhehog.

 

Planet Coaster - Launch Trailer

3. Planet Coaster: 

Who does not love a death-defying roller coaster? Construction and management video games make excellent gifts. Share multi-colored, customized scenery and roller coasters, get limitless creativity, and manage your park. Dig caverns, raise mountains, form lakes, and build islands in the sky.

 

 

2. Mirror’s Edge (2009): 

I played this first-person shooter game numerous times. Although there are eye-catching aesthetics, however, the bright sun can get overexposed at points. Thus, being a Runner (one transporting sensitive data from prying eyes) in a seemingly utopian paradise where a crime was committed, running away from those chasing after you could not feel more thrilling. This free running game will make you fall in love with parkour, if you have not already. Run up walls, leap, and perform much more moves.

 

Colors Live - Launch Trailer - Nintendo Switch

1. Colors Live: 

Your Nintendo Switch can turn into a portable art studio with Colors Live and you can be as colorful as you desire. Digitally paint with multiple brushes and layers and share your masterpieces online for the world to see. There is the option of using a pressure-sensitive painting with the super-responsive Colors SonarPen (with no batteries or Bluetooth required) or your fingers. Colors Live would make perfect practice to for making a digital sketchbook. Colors Live even has an interface, which takes 5 minutes to learn, but do not feel sorry if you spend over 5 minutes learning how to use it.  The game was released back in September 14, 2021. 

Isaiah Joshua is an author and poet and has a love for video games. In May 2016, he graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor's Degree in Cinema Arts and Science. As an avid gamer, some of his favorite games are "WWF No Mercy, Hitman, Manhunt, Sims 3, Mortal Kombat, and Street Fighter. Conscious in gaming culture, he is always researching gaming history, as well as the latest games to write about.