This game is fun and frustrating at the same time. It's a color test developed by a company called X-Rite Photo & Video, and was designed to determine how accurately you can detect hue differences. Basically they show you this…
…and you then have to drag-and-drop the tiles to get it to look like this (this shot is of my best effort):
What did you get? I got a measly 8 (and a slight headache). It's interesting that they show you (see image below) what range of colors you're weak at distinguishing.
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Try this game if you like this test:
I require everyone who works with color in our company to take the physical version of this test.
I saw a recent job posting for a CMF designer within Microsoft Devices, which required a near-perfect score on the similar Munsell test. Didn't specify physical or digital, but probably the digital judging from your comments. Thanks for the good infos.
I got a 0. Woot!
It took me 1.5 min. Its much easy than grouping physical colors.
195 here. Also I'm colorblind.
Not a game, this is eye test required in many industries. I used to work at a plastic color compounder and they have the physical version of this. Always amused how the lab tecnician with decades of experience could not just discerns variations in shades but accurately adjust a formula to match a sample within 2 tries, which was better and faster then the +20000$ xrite spectophotometer
A score of 4. It has always been my lucky number. Next time my wife says I don't know a color I'll remind her of my score. Bet she gets a 0 though.
I got 16. I'm a monster!
Isn't this also limited by the color calibration of your own screen?
44. How did u get 8??? Nice job. Cool test. Sucked at the teal/blue range.
Ugh; my wife got 18, and she's not a designer.
A few small notes on this for anyone whose interested. X-rite is the parent company of Pantone and Munsell, so they make a large amount of the the color standards used in both design and manufacturing. They also make monitor calibration tools and spectrometers among other things.
Neat. Now I can tell clients who disagree with me on color schemes to go take this test and compare their scores to mine.
38 years old, and been staring at neon colors all day...