Here’s a very rudimentary test that’s live (so that milestone is complete):

To play the game, select a color then click quadrants of the square.  It works like “Mastermind” — when hovering, the green number is right, orange is correct color but in wrong position, red is just plain wrong (background black is never a goal color).

As each level is completed, a new independent set of squares is put in its place.  Once all pixels have been solved the player gets a “congrats” message (better things to come time permitting).

The test case is intentionally very primitive — real puzzles would have more than two colors and be larger.

Lots still to be done, but feel free to comment on how it went for you (especially Mac folks — I can’t test for that at all).

Most importantly, is this any fun or just tedious?

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