Color Breakers is a chaotic 1-4 player local and online multiplayer co-op coloring game where players need to work together in each of the levels to complete as many paintings as possible. Collaborate as a team to succeed or get ready to ruin your friendships!
Who is developing the game?
Color Breakers is being developed by indie game developer Andres De Leon.
When is the game coming out?
The game is available NOW on Steam for Windows, Linux and MacOS. It’s also coming to the Nintendo Switch on July 7.
Where can I buy the game?
Get it on Steam: Color Breakers
Are there any plans for a console release?
The game is coming out on Nintendo Switch on July 7. There have been no announcements for a release in any other platform at the moment.
How many people can play the game?
The game supports up to 4 people playing locally in the same system or online.
Can I play single-player?
Yes, you can play the game by yourself. The game is designed around the idea of playing with friends, but you can definitely play alone.
Is the game co-op or versus?
The game contains a co-op campaign that you can play together with friends, but it also contains a versus mode where you can compete against each other.
Does the game support crossplay?
Yes, you can play with friends using different platforms.
Streamers around the world playing Color Breakers
If you want more information about the game or have any questions, then follow and message the official Twitter account for the game: @colorbreakers
This project wouldn’t have been possible without the help, work and support of many people.
John Leonard French -> https://johnleonardfrench.com/
Graciela García -> @gracegdaysart
Playtesting and Feedback
Yvone Castillo, Howard Luján, Mauricio Marroquín, Joaquín Vila, Tore Hanssen.
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