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Spanish independent videogame developer group TayKrOn Games is launching "Slide Colors", available for Windows, MacOS and Linux.

Using a new game mechanic, Slide Colors is based on the combination of various elements of the same color.

Choose between 3 different game modes - Puzzle Mode, Time Attack and Clear Blocks.

To download the demo and buy the full version of the game, visit the official website:

Buy now the game for only $9.95 all versions (Windows, MacOS and Linux).

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