Color Bump is a new game for the iOS and Android where your goal is to move past various obstacles of different colors, and to use the same-colored obstacles to move past them. You can touch anything that’s the same color as your shape, while avoiding differently-colored shapes throughout 100+ levels. Read on for some tips and tricks for Color Bump!
Through the first few stages, there won’t be any shapes for you to touch that share the color of your shapes. Once you get past around stage 6, then you’ll need to use the shapes that are your color to push past shapes that aren’t your color. Get right under them and use them to push through various shapes.
The flatter the side of a shape, the longer that you can push for. Squares and hexagons are great for this. As long as you stay toward the middle of the bottom of them, you can keep pushing them up for almost as long as you want before they get pushed out of the way. With things like circles and triangles, there’s only so far that you can keep going for.
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If you lose on a level, then you can watch an ad video in order to start from where you left off. If you have no data connection, then the ad video offer will pop up anyways. Take the offer, and the ad won’t show up, but you’ll start from where you left off anyways, allowing you to easily pass the level as long as you keep it going. You can even watch more than two restart videos per level.
The main way to get rid of ads is to purchase the ad-free mode, which appears in the icon on the lower-right side of the screen. In the upper-left corner of the screen is an icon that looks like a reload button with clock hands in the middle. Right now, this has no effect, so expect the developers to add this later on.
You can use your same-colored shapes to cause havoc and/or to knock groups of differently-colored shaped out of the way. When you’re pushing a same-colored shape, jerk your finger upwards on the screen to send the shape flying. It will launch upwards and knock rows of shapes above out of the way. If the shapes were moving to begin with, they’ll stop moving, giving you an advantage, but if they crash into an entire row of shapes, then they will often make a mess of them, which can make it tougher to pass the row of shapes.