Dr. Mario World Colorblind | How to enable colorblind mode

We are in an era when games are becoming more and more accessible to all kinds of players: Just take a look at the new Xbox accessibility controller as an example. When it comes to a game like Dr. Mario World, which literally requires players to match colors, colorblindness can be an issue. This has a lot of players wondering if there is a Dr. Mario World colorblind mode that can be enabled to help them out. Let’s take a look and see how iOS and Android players can enable colorblind mode in Dr. Mario World. 

Dr. Mario World Colorblind | How to enable colorblind mode

Dr. Mario World Colorblind

Unfortunately, there isn’t a way to directly enable colorblind mode within Dr. Mario World. However, not all hope is lost, as there is a workaround. The process will be a little bit different for iOS users compared to Android users, so keep reading to find the information that corresponds to your device.

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How to enable colorblind mode in Dr. Mario World on iOS devices

Since there isn’t a way to enable colorblind mode within the game, you’ll need to go into the settings menu of your Apple device. You’ll want to head to the general tab, which should be the first option in a long list. Once you’re in the General settings, look for the Accessibility tab. Inside that tab, click on Display Accommodations and you’ll be shown a Color Filters menu that will allow you to change the settings based on what kind of colorblindness you have.

How to enable colorblind mode in Dr. Mario World on Android devices

The process is pretty similar for Android devices as it is for iOS devices. Head into your system settings and look for the Accessibility tab. Then you’ll look for a tab named Vision which will take you to a new menu where you’ll need to find the Color Adjustment menu. You should now see a picture of a hot air balloon, press the On button and then click start to begin a quick test, which will adjust your phone based on your determined level of colorblindness.