Bart Bonte has released another game in his colour puzzler series today. Following on from yellow, red, black, blue and green we now have pink. It's available now for both iOS and Android as a free-to-play game.

There are 50 levels in total for players to tackle with the aim being to turn the screen pink. Each stage will have a different set of logic for players to wrap their head around meaning they'll need to be adept at a variety of puzzle types to breeze their way through them. 

Things start off fairly simple, asking players to fill up a number or rearrange shapes to match the number of the level they're currently on. Some are not really puzzles in the traditional sense and more of a quirky spin on the 'make everything pink' idea, such as tapping a flamingo repeatedly so it leaves the screen.

You can likely expect the puzzles to get more tricky the further your progress. A light bulb will appear on each level after a certain amount of time that you can tap to receive a hint if you're getting particularly stuck on any given conundrum.

Pink is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with a single in-app purchase for the premium unlock, which costs $1.99 or your local equivalent. Additionally, if you find yourself enjoying the backing song of the game so much you want to listen to it to all the time, you'll be able to find it over on Bart Bonte's Spotify.

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