On the Subject of Juxtacolored Squares

You are influenced by the ones around you. You are but a product of your surroundings. Let your surroundings become a product of you.

  • This module contains a 4×4 grid of differently colored squares. If any squares share the same color, you are looking at a different module.
  • Referring to the table on the next page, each color in the “color” column that has one of the colors in the “left/right” column directly left or right of it on the colored square grid must be pressed.
  • Each color in the “color” column that has one of the colors in the “above/below” column directly above or below it on the colored square grid must be pressed.
  • If an incorrect square is pressed, the grid will blank out and regenerate a different grid.
  • Press every correct color on the grid to solve the module. Correct squares will turn white when pressed.
  • There should always be at least one correct square to press.
  • The colors present on the module are shown below. The parenthesized letter is used in color-blind mode (black has no letter).
  • NOTE: Even when a square is white, the original color of that square still counts for checking the validity of other squares.
Red
(R)
Blue
(B)
Yellow
(Y)
Green
(G)
Magenta
(M)
Orange
(O)
Cyan
(C)
Purple
(P)
Chestnut
(H)
Brown
(N)
Mauve
(V)
Azure
(Z)
Jade
(J)
Forest
(F)
Gray
(A)
Black
ColorLeft/RightAbove/Below
Azure
Black
Blue
Brown
Chestnut
Cyan
Forest
Green
Gray
Jade
Magenta
Mauve
Orange
Purple
Red
Yellow