Color 6 is a well, colorful puzzle game in which you fit geometric shapes on a 2D board to score points. It can get tricky when you can only match shapes of the same color, and the hexagonal board starts to fill up. We have a few tips to help you get a high score while using the fewest moves possible.
You can have extra tiles in a hexagon
Shapes don't have to be perfect hexagons, as long as there is a hexagon in there somewhere. However, any extra shapes will remain on the board, so be careful when using this strategy. It's a good idea to move onto a different color if possible rather than leaving a dangling shape on the board.
Refresh your shapes sparingly
Color 6 gives you the option to refresh the shapes available for your use, at the cost of one move. Try to avoid refreshing unless you're absolutely out of items. If you're stuck for ideas, try rotating shapes and hovering them over the board to try and visualize any potential placements.
Take your time
Your moves are limited, but not the time it takes for you to clear shapes. Take your time in considering where to place tiles and how you can use the space on the board the most efficiently. This is a game of careful consideration, and your best scores will come when you leave some time for pondering your next move.
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