Match, originally Color Browser, is a digital adaptation of a game that I made for my physical computing and alternate interfaces class. The objective of the game was to match the RGB values of one color. The arduino version just keeps generating random colors and goes forever.
The game was originally planned to have a random mode where the player will be able to just constantly guess colors, in spirit of the original game. That has been since changed to practice mode, the first fully finished mode of Match.
The play mode is a mode that is nearly finished at the moment. A list of levels is loaded in play mode and the player can see how many levels they can beat. Currently there are only three levels. However with the way it is set up to load levels in, new levels can be generated quickly. Additional modes would be VS modes where friends can make colors up for the player to guess, and a speed mode where the player can see how many guesses they can get before time is up. This game has limited images used, and will be a majority of canvas drawing.
A semester later, I ended up writing a level editor for this game, as well as leaderboards and redeploying the game as a Node.js web application.