I wouldn't mind them either if they looked iced in red, blue, green. They don't though. They look dyed in red, blue and green. As though someone was heavy-handed with putting food coloring on the batter. It looks really unnatural.
I would prefer if they had changed the color of the decorations, although you're absolutely right - they would look fine as they are if the colors chosen were really muted pastels.
Interesting about the zone change. does this mean you could theoretically be holding two cookies in one hand?
Yes, you can hold a dyed cookie and the original cookie in one hand, and the original peeks out from behind a little because it leans over a bit more, or if it's sitting in a basket it sits behind the dyed one. Although it's very different for each pet. With some you can see both easily, and with others they are overlapping more. On some pets they even look like different sizes.
Yeah, what's going to happen with all of that? I really hope they develop a new system for managing customization. I've always hated that I can't have everything I own in my closet. I have thousands of items. It's annoying to have to juggle around to make the stupid customization app work.
@topaz644: (Most) games are likely not to be converted. "Converted" means completely re-engineering the game from the ground up, and given the output of content over the past couple of years, I don't see many (if any) of the traditional games getting redone in that manner.
Customisation would actually be a bit easier to revamp and with the tools out there, they could probably do it in a somewhat automated fashion. But it also requires completely redoing the Customisation app and the Neopet display module (aka what shows your pet on your lookup).
I think there are tools out there for converting flash games into HTML, but Dave's right that converting them to be usable on mobile means not just converting them into HTML but also modifying the controls to work with touch-screen devices.