Color Fill 3D gives the player a game board with some obstacles and a cube of “paint” and asks for the player to paint the entire game board one color. The first few levels are pretty easy; the player swipes their paint cube left, right, up, and down until the board is covered.
The more levels the player completes, however, the more complicated they get. The player can encounter blocks of secondary colors that they must surround to “claim” with their color. They will also come across blocks of color that can move. If the player runs into (rather than surrounding) any color other than their own, they will have to start the level over.
Color Fill 3D has ads and offers in-app purchases. The ESRB rated it E for Everyone and LW4K stands by this rating.
Color Fill 3D helps kids practice and improve the following skills:
Managing our actions, feelings, and behaviors.
This game requires the player to do a lot of well-timed, split-second reactions. This lends itself to a lot of mistakes, which in turn requires the player to have self-control. If the player does not exercise anger and frustration management, as well as their coping skills, they will continue to make mistakes—sometimes in the same places--over and over again. When this happens, the player will be unable to complete the level and unlock new ones.
Being efficient and aware of our use of time and effort.
Keeping pace is also an important skill to play this game. If the player doesn’t use their time management, they will be unable to know when to turn their color block. They will crash into other blocks, whether those blocks move or stay in one place. If the player continues to crash, they will be unable to complete levels, level up, or unlock new game boards.
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