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The classic web game of love, loss, and balloons by Gregory Avery-Weir remastered for your modern device by Future Proof Games.

Last night I had a dream.

I floated in darkness, immense, squamous. My mind flowed like my body, slowly and sinuously, tremendous wheels both too slow and too fast for me to describe to you now.

I was perfect, and titanic, and serene. But then, as I moved through the cold abyss, I saw a light. And as I came near, I saw something... wonderful.

Previously only available in Flash, "The Majesty of Colors" is now available for your PC. Experience it again or for the first time with remastered sound, enhanced interactivity, and polished effects (but the same blocky pixel graphics)! Developed for Windows, OSX, and Linux.


"So immediately distinctive and unique."
- Dora Breckinridge, IndieGameplay

"You could write reams about it, but it's a game where much of the joy is in making those discoveries of what you're meant to be doing."
- Kieron Gillen, Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Best Interactive Art or Webtoy of 2008 Audience Award
- JayIsGames

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In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $0.99 USD. Your purchase comes with a Steam key. You will get access to the following files:

Privacy Policy 2 kB
The Majesty of Colors 1.5.0 for Linux.tar.gz 23 MB
The Majesty of Colors 1.5.0 for OSX.zip 38 MB
The Majesty of Colors 1.5.0 for Windows.zip 22 MB

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I remember playing this back in the day in Kongregate, I was wondering have you read "The Outsider" by H.P.Lovecraft?

Designer here; I have! In fact, the initial idea for the game came from ideation for the TIGSource's Commonplace Book Competition. I don't think the original concept was actually directly inspired from an entry in Lovecraft's book, but it's very much in conversation with works like "The Outsider" and The Shadow Out of Time. Lovecraft is... A Problem, but "The Majesty of Colors" is definitely trying to explore some of the same feels as some of those stories examine.

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Mini Review:
A lovely, poetic game about being a creature of the deep. It’s short, so I don’t want to spoil too much – if you’re in the mood for something that can be surprisingly touching, give it a go!

Thank you so much for the kind words!