After creating Lucid Doodle, I developed a single-player Color Reaction game that is compatible on the same platform. Processing controls the user interface, while Arduino controls the physical LED strips within the table. The idea of the game is for the user to try to press the centered target color button as soon as the target color becomes visible in the background frame. If the user succeeds, a signal is sent to Arduino to turn on a light according to the corresponding target color. The game has a total of 6 rounds, with each becoming increasingly difficult as the color cycle speed exponentially increases. The ultimate goal is to react quickly enough on the interface in order to turn on all the LED table lights. The end result is a LED table filled with a palette of colors corresponding to each round the user won.