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I’m addicted to ‘I Love Hue,’ the most soothing smartphone game I’ve ever played

That's something awfully satisfying about putting things in order by color.  This may not be the case for everyone. But when things are arranged by color, I feel organized and relaxed. My closet and even my smartphone apps are almost always arranged that way.  So when I stumbled upon "I Love Hue," I knew I was about to be hooked.  The smartphone game — which is available for iOS and Android devices — has a super-simple premise: Choose a puzzle and arrange the blocks by color and shade.
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