Pick the right color:
The game will start easy with four colors. The aim is to pick the right color as fast as possible.
You can switch from 4 tiles (easy) to 8 tiles (medium) or to 12 tiles (hard).
Restart by pressing new colors.
Show the RGB color model by pressing hint. Press the picture again to close it.
RGB stands for red, green and blue.
For each color there are 256 possible options starting from 0 to 255.
0 is white, 255 is the color. The higher the number, the more color there is.
The first number is R, the second number is G, the third number is B.
RGB (255, 0, 0) for example has only red, nothing else. Thus the color is red.
RGB (255, 255, 0) for example is a mix of red and green. Thus the color is yellow.
To see how the colors mix check out the RGB color model by pressing hint.
High numbers = fading colors
Medium numbers = bright colors
Low numbers = dark colors
RGB(54, 255, 23)
There is a lot of green in the mix, not much else, that will make it quite bright. Thus the color will be a bright green.
RGB(214, 150, 134)
There is a lot of red, and a medium amount of green and blue. In this case the color is almost skin color.
RGB(49, 7, 7)
There is a bit of red and that's pretty much it. This will result in a dark red.
RGB(216, 129, 240)
A lot of red and even more blue. A medium amount of green. This will be a light purple.
RGB(212, 244, 178)
A lot of red, even more green and enough blue to make this color fade out to white. It is a pale green.
This is a modified version of the RGB color picker from "The Web Developer Bootcamp" by Colt Steele.