So here is me Decu,
I got an idea, i am making a group called "color moods"
Here is the rules:
All your pieces most be white
But there is one rule more.
The colors of mood:
Your stick should have a different color depending on the mood you are on:
Learning new stuf: Golden stick
Like that with all colors.
I have only thought about what three colors should be, join the group and help getting some ideas for the colors remaining! :)
The three already take colors:
Red: Playing serious at max level/ try hard
Green: Chilling/ just for fun
Golden: Trying new tactics
To join send an email to me
or send a reply here in comunity :)
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this topic made me think about some really old discussion we ve had since the beginning of c2.
do colours affect the gameplay?
imho, it does. i dont always look up the next piece, instead (at least i think so) my brain just recognizes the colour of the next piece. it seems easier to recognize the colour instead of a whole tetrominoe.
so i will definitly never try to make my whole field one colour instead of one tetrominoe ;-)
I always use the ghost piece outline when speed dropping, not the color of the piece in the preview. Although, when I tried going back to default colors, I noticed I went considerably slower. If I had to guess the reason why, maybe it was due to the color overload in my field (I've been playing with Red and White forever). I think for me, less colors = last distraction.
I think it's up to the person I have been playing with 2 colours now for almost a year and I have switched my 2 colours up in that time never did it take me more than one game to get used to it. Also with one colour I can still play very well, but do mix up Z and S pieces sometimes. I think the only pieces that should have a different colour from each other are Z and S and L and J.
What ? the ghost piece won't help you see what the next piece is, it only gives information on the current piece. I think i'm used to the colors like tox but i think i could get used using one color, you can always see clearly enough at that "next piece" spot, to recognize the piece, with little training. brain just goes with easiest and color recognizing is the easiest.
The harder, the more fun