HueColorGame.com

yes, thats the color you're looking at!

Mouse Over the Canvas to Reveal the Picture

drag to choose color then press select
Completed Turn {{turn}} of 5. Current score:{{totalScore}}/50

1)

Find the Circle

on the Picture

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Mini Circle Score: {{miniScore}} points

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rgb({{color1[2]}},{{color1[3]}},{{color1[4]}})

Red off by {{miniDifferences[0]}}

Green off by {{miniDifferences[1]}}

Blue off by {{miniDifferences[2]}}

Combined Distance = {{miniDifferences[3]}}

2)

Click a Spot

on the Picture

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Place Clicked Score: {{clickScore}} points

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rgb({{color2[2]}},{{color2[3]}},{{color2[4]}})

Red off by {{clickDifferences[0]}}

Green off by {{clickDifferences[1]}}

Blue off by {{clickDifferences[2]}}

Combined Distance = {{clickDifferences[3]}}

Scoring - The lower the "Combined Distance", the more points you score: Directions/Start Again

You get 5 points for under 50 and 4, 3, 2 and 1 points for differences under 100, 150, 200, and 250 respectively.

You scored {{thisRound}}/10 points on turn {{turn}} of 5. Game score: {{totalScore}}/50

Game Over: Your Score was: {{totalScore}}/50 Congratulations!

click "next image" to play again!

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The game will show you a series of outdoor entertainment, lifestyle, art, and celebrity images for you to enjoy and match hues from the table of web colors with word names

Photos are selected to be enjoyed by all ages: parks, bays, beaches, oceans, Picasso, Van Gogh, Beyonce, Elvis Presley, Brad Pitt, Heidi Klum and more


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It's hard to match a color out of "only" 139 choices!

The choices you're given are colors with word names understood by web browsers. I guess the world around us can't be easily defined in words!?

Using a "rgb(123,123,123)"" code syntax is one way that web-designers can choose from thousands of colors to display on web-pages.

R,G and B stand for Red Green and Blue.

Remember mixing paints in kindergarten and using "primary colors"? It's the same basic idea. R 0 means no red at all, and R 255 is a full portion of red. If the Green and Blue were both 0, you'd have rgb(255, 0, 0). That would give you a pure red color.

To read more about RGB and other color codes you can start with the Wikipedia's RGB explanation or maybe their article on Web Colors

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