Hue is a deceptively simple game, near guaranteed to draw you in to its world. The game's levels develop in complexity as you progress and by the latter stages of the game, they can be fiendishly complex. At the same time, it's also a meditative experience with its beautifully drawn world and soundtrack. Hue is a game well worth your time.
The game does have its flaws. It's a short play, easily completed within a matter of hours. And while it's largely deft in its deconstruction of game development, it can get heavy-handed at times – the concluding scenes at E4 being a case in point. Nevertheless, it's still a game worth experiencing. It's an intriguing and amusing game and is a smart analysis of the game industry's concerns and how they relate to players.