QLRZ, an indie game in early access is now available on PC and Android. IOS, OSX, Linux and Windows Phone versions are also under development. Feel free to download the game as the early access is free and give your feelings and it would help this small team we know a bit to improve their game.
QLRZ (colorz) is the arcade color mixing scoring game you’ve been waiting for.
A novel, intuitive and addictive gameplay
A scoring system that rewards risk taking
A hardcore mode that’s really hardcore
Superb hand-painted HD art
A sick music score by JMDee Beat
Control scheme galore (mouse, touch and gamepad)
Translated in English, Spanish and French
Available for PC + Android + Linux
iOS, OSX, Windows Phone versions to come
Available as a free early access at itch.io
QLRZ can be played on touch devices (with a single finger if it’s your thing), on desktop devices using the mouse controller, as well as on gamepads (this last option giving a fun Street Fighter quarter circle type of gameplay).
Development started around august 2013, and is about 50% complete as of july 2015.
#FF Future Features:
Three more levels in “story” mode
Two boss fights for each level
An “arcade” mode
Music evolving with players’ actions
iOS, Windows Phone, OSX, Linux ports
QLRZ studio is 2 guys from France (Paris + Annecy) working after hours to achieve the dream : having people play our game!
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