Actually Dark, I just loaded up the reaction game again to double check, and 
from what I'm seeing it is working exactly as he stated.  The color begins as 
red, changes to a brownish green when the tone raises, and finally ends with 
green at the highest tone.  If the colors aren't behaving the same for you, I 
wonder if it is due to some system specific code somewhere.

> Hi Jim.
> if that's how it is supposed to work I'm sorry to report
> the colour change isn't working correctly in sequence with
> the tones.
> When you start the backdrop is red, but then when the first
> tone starts it goes green. It then remains green for many
> subsequent tones, unless you completely miss a tone by
> pressing too early, then it goes a sort of dark yellowey
> brown, but flicks back to green again the next time a low
> tone sounds.
> Sorry to report this, but I do rather think it's a bug with
> the coloured backdrop for the game.
> Now that I know it is! the backdrop, which is one thing my
> site will work on, I can be sure of what's happening there.
> Beware the Grue!
> Dark.

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