Mixolumia allows you to add your own color palettes to the game. Many of these can be found on the Discord, or you can make your own.
There is a handy fan-made web tool for creating Mixolumia palettes.
Alternatively, I made myself a little palette template to edit in Aseprite.
You will need to find and edit the user palettes file.
You may need to run Mixolumia once to generate this file.
There are six hexadecimal colors in a Mixolumia palette numbered 0 through 5. The format for the .ini file goes like this:
 name=Example Title author=Your Name 0=000000 1=1d2b53 2=fff7f2 3=ffec27 4=29adff 5=ff004d  name=Another Example author=Another Name 0=fff1e8 1=f0d4d3 2=1d2b53 3=ffa300 4=29adff 5=ff004d
The colors correspond to these game parts:
- 0: Background
- 1: Game Board
- 2: Empty Block and Text
- 3: Filled Block and Selected Text
- 4: Hole Block
- 5: Target Block
Pro Tip: Colors 0 and 1 should have pretty low contrast with each other or else it will be hard to see the pieces when things get wild.
Make sure that each entry has a unique number, and there are no breaks between numbers.
Many of the color palettes in Mixolumia were created by community members. Post your color palettes in the Discord, and maybe I’ll ask to include them in a future release!