Colors on the Brain is a small mobile game I created with my brother Daniel Prate. After working out what the game was I got a hold of a buddy of mine that is an artist, Aaron Bergh and he did the title screen for the app as well as parts for me to create the rest of the art needed.
I was listening to a Ted talk that started to talk about a brain test that is done where the person is shown a word and they need to say the color that the text is in as quickly as they can. So the word RED is shown but the text is blue so the person needs to say blue. This is a right brain test, based off the fact that the right side of your brain is responsible for color recognition. At the time, I had picked up a small Unity3d package where a ball falls and you need to put the blue ball in the blue bucket. By this time, I had tried colors, shapes, and letters in this package trying to figure out different methods to this mechanic (drop something and catch it in the correct bucket).