I Love Hue - an iridescent rainbow with a rainbow of casual Android arcade, in which the user will interact with many tiles of different colors and shades. The meaning of the game process is that the gamer needs to lay out the tiles of different colors in the set order. In the first levels, everything happens like clockwork, as all the game elements differ in contrast, and, quite noticeably. In addition, vertical and horizontal lines become paler and brighter, but they correspond to the same palette (for example, from pale pink to saturated red). In addition, in order to simplify the task of the user, static tiles are located at some points of the playing field, which are quite convenient to navigate with respect to the appropriate gamut of color and the trend of its concentration or extinction. Over time, several tiles of different colors will be "mixed" in one strip, and the user will need to interact with them so that, for example, the blue color is uniformly transformed into green, yellow, purple or brown. Static tiles are also present here (they are marked with dark dots), they can not be moved, but can be used as a guide, a kind of hint. Also, before the beginning of each level, the gamer is shown the final result, that is, that as a result, he should ideally get it.
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Allows the app to prevent the device from going to sleep.
Allows the app to view information about network connections such as which networks exist and are connected.
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Allows the app to have itself started as soon as the system has finished booting. This can make it take longer to start the device and allow the app to slow down the overall device by always running.
Allows apps to accept cloud to device messages sent by the app's service. Using this service will incur data usage. Malicious apps could cause excess data usage.