As Tetris is to shapes,

and Sudoku is to numbers,

Huedoku is the language of color.

Huedoku is an educational and fun social game that blends cognitive enhancement with color therapy.
Puzzles have proven cognitive benefit.

Science leaves no doubt that people who play puzzles like crosswords and memory games, keep their minds sharp. Your mind is a muscle, work it.

Color is relaxing and therapeutic.

Launched in the Netherlands. Huedoku Pix.

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Playing Huedoku enhances your distinctions of color. You not only learn color theory, you break open your visual perception.

To play, choose four colors from a photo.

From your colors, we do the math, applying centuries of color breakthroughs and the wonders of digital technology to blend a perfectly balanced harmonious color puzzle.

Optical encryption?
We prefer to think of it as gift wrapping.

You share your photo, wrapped in a puzzle– make it easy, solved in a matter of seconds, or more challenging. It’s up to you.

We take pride in carrying on the legacy of the great color masters throughout history.

It’s easy to get consumed on social media with superficial desires for affirmation, often without feeling a true connection. Huedoku offers an authentic and novel way to share photos that deepens your engagement with your friends on social media.

Are you really looking?

With the digital technology of the 21st century making color more accessible, our mission is to bring color grammar and visual literacy to all.

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Huedoku

Huedoku (classic), is the original color sorting puzzle game. Cognitive enhancement in a fun educational game.

Same Same Or...

Same Same or Different is the ultimate color illusion game. The only way to get it right is to suspend perception.

Pix (beta)

Behind every beautiful puzzle is an amazing photo!
Release exclusively in The Netherlands. Request an Invite

Founding Team

Gabriel Mott

CEO/Co-founder

Dave Scruton

CTO/Co-founder

Bryan Berkowitz

Software Architecture

Joeri Tann

Design

Che Mott

Advisor: Global Venture Forum

Zachary Tousignant

Color Mathematics

Celine Casamina

Business Development

Sambath Yann

Design

Advisory Board

Dick Nelson

Yale Albers Color Course

Bevil Conway

Harvard/Wellesley Neuroscience