Adventures of Bloo is an online adventure game from Miniclip combining elements from platform and puzzle games. Bloo is a cute little cat. Bloo will turn into the color he steps on; If Bloo steps on a color he already is, he will lose his color. Bloo can also mix colors to make new ones. When you play this free online game you need to match the color on Bloo with the target platform to complete the level. But be careful as the higher the level the trickier things get including disappearing columns and fun cat color changing. It will take you a little time to master the color matching, color mixing level designs, but its worth the effort. Have a bodacious time with the online Adventures of Bloo game!
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Use the left and right arrow key to move Bloo, use the up arrow key to Jump, and use the R key if you would like to Retry.
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