Mix colorful ingredients to brew potions for your loyal customers! How many points can you rack up before your cauldron becomes too unstable and erupts?

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Controls: Point and Click

How to play:

  • Drag ingredients to your cauldron to mix colors
  • Drag empty potion to cauldron to fill it up, then drag it to a customer to sell it
  • Click on the right arrow to collect more ingredients in the forest

~ Tips & Tricks for Becoming a Master Potion Brewer ~

  • Here is a helpful reference for brewing potions
  • Yellow + Blue = Green, Red + Yellow = Orange, Blue + Red = Purple
  • To make a color more grey/desaturated, add the color opposite to it on the color wheel (linked above)
  • If you get stuck with the wrong color, bottle it up and toss it in the trash to start again!


A game by Quite Good Games - twitter - discord


Tools Used

  • Unity
  • Clip Studio Paint
  • Aseprite

Post Jam Fixes:

  • Fixed difficulty cap
  • Fixed cauldron turning red at low meter
Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars
(18 total ratings)
AuthorQuite Good
Tags2D, cooking, Halloween, Ludum Dare, Ludum Dare 49, Pixel Art, Retro, Short, Singleplayer, witch
Average sessionA few seconds
LinksLudum Dare

Development log


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this game was really cute and fun! thanks for making it!

ur discord link is expired

Thanks! should be working now



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When I drag the bottle to the cauldron it just drops into it, empties the cauldron and goes back to its place empty so I can't give it to the customer :C

oh I'm dumb I got it now lol


Can't get game to load, just a grey screen D:

Thanks for letting us know! We'll look into it, but in the meantime trying a different browser will hopefully get it to work for you. Appreciate the feedback.


My dream was to become an elf that brews potions in a mushroom cottage, I've got to say this lives up better than my expectations. Bravo man >:D


Hey this is great!  I loved the art and that the color didn't have to be exact to get the checkmark.  Nice work.