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Say you just left a mountain prone to mudslides, then you are surprised you stumble upon a Brightly Coloured Rainforest with multicoloured plants and the skies are rainbow. A world that is colorful even without its wildlife. Congratulations, you just entered an Amazing Technicolor World. But an Amazing Technicolor World is not neccessarily any world as a whole—it can also be just be part of one.

Not to be confused with Amazing Technicolor Battlefield, but may be associated with it. Most, if not all cases also fall under Scenery Porn. If the world is dangerous, see Dangerously Garish Environment.


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    Anime and Manga 
  • Naruto has Takigakure ("Village Hidden in a Waterfall") from an OVA which contains Bright Greens, Yellows, Cyans and Blues.
    • In Shippuden, there is Kumogakure ("Village Hidden in the Clouds") which contains Browns, Cyans, Greens, Yellows and Blues.
  • No Game No Life is known for being so brightly colored, it hurts. Look at the page image there, and imagine that about 3 times stronger. That's what pretty much the entire anime looks like.
  • The entire world in One Piece total.
  • Everywhere in K. In fact, this is what got most of its future fans to watch it in the first place.
  • Everything in Rolling Girls has the appearance of a giant pastel-colored painting.
  • The SoulTaker has nearly every scene filled with bright & contrasting colors, sometimes combined with Chiaroscuro.
  • The AR-Fields in Digimon Universe: App Monsters are usually very brightly-colored Dark Worlds that resemble what the real world would look like under the influence of a particular Appmon. Color schemes vary from copper ground and cyan sky to everything in neon colors. The Net Ocean that the AR-Fields all connect to is more variable, with its "server islands" being a mix of normally-colored landmasses and garish floating surfaces all interconnected by a network of bright yellow tunnels.

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    Films — Live-Action 

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    Live-Action TV 

    Tabletop Games 
  • In Paranoia, the various areas of Alpha Complex are color-coded to match the minimum security clearance needed to be there legally. These start at Infrared (black), then run through the entire rainbow in ascending order (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet), before ending with the highest clearance, Ultraviolet, which is represented with white. The color-coding can be as simple as a meter-wide stripe along the walls, but often, the entire area is painted in the relevant color. Attempts by unauthorized personnel to alter the colour of anything in Alpha Complex is treason.

    Theatre 
  • In Twice Charmed, the Fairy Godmother's magic turns the black and white ball into a colorful one.

    Video Games 
  • Alice: Madness Returns, specifically, the first chapter where Alice enters the Vale of Tears.
  • Hover: Revolt of Gamers has a city that is teeming with vivid colors and beautiful scenery.
  • Kingdom Hearts has many worlds that fall under this trope:
    • Space Paranoids (TRON) from Kingdom Hearts II is currently one of the most colorful.
      •    The Grid    (TRON: Legacy) while colorful is noticeably less so than the world of its predecessor.
    • Traverse Town is full of various colors of neon, especially in the Second and Third District. The new districts added in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, which are full of colorful icicle lights, are even flashier.
    • Monstro (Pinocchio)'s insides are a garish lavender with green and red spots everywhere.
      • Prankster's Paradise (Also Pinocchio) is justifiably just as colorful as its world of light counterpart if not moreso, especially since it has Pleasure Island included this time.
    • Atlantica (The Little Mermaid) is a bright turquoise and is populated by loudly colored sea life.
    •    Hollow Bastion/Radiant Garden    is full of indigo, green, and gold.
    • End of the World from Kingdom Hearts is a deep purple with neon accents and contributions of bright color from previous levels.
    • Twilight Town is, as its name suggests, constantly dyed red by sunset; the architecture itself contributes teal accents.
    • The exterior of    Castle Oblivion    is bronze and teal, starkly contrasting the White Void Rooms that populate its interior.
    • Destiny Island is possibly justified, being a tropical island paradise.
    • Land of Departure from Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep. Being the past version of Castle Oblivion, their colors are fairly similar.
    • Disney Town is also quite multicolored.
    • Mirage Arena is similar to Space Paranoids in this regard.
    • Deep Space (Lilo & Stitch) has different color schemes for each section of the world.
    •    Symphony of Sorcery    (Fantasia) is just as colorful as Space Paranoids, while like Deep Space each section of the world has a different color scheme.
    • Toy Box (Toy Story) has a colorful toy store that is the most focused upon part of the world.
    • Monstropolis (Monsters, Inc.) is a pretty colorful factory especially with the multicolored door room.
    • San Fransokyo (Big Hero 6) is just as colorful as it is in the movie.
  • Final Fantasy has had many colorful locations throughout the franchise:
    • Final Fantasy IV has the underworld with amber lava, red in the areas where the earth and lava meet, black in the earth, dark red rocks and caves and dark purple cave walls. And don't even get me started about Sylph Cave in comparison to Passage of Eidolons and Feymarch.
    • Final Fantasy V has the last floor of the rift which has bright blue crystals, navy rocks, azure glyphs and brown wooded trees with teal leaves.
    • Final Fantasy VII has the Gold Saucer which is practically a Rainbow Amusement Park. The Northern Crater is also colorful.
    • Terra from Final Fantasy IX
    • Spira from Final Fantasy X
    • Cocoon from Final Fantasy XIII
    • Final Fantasy XIV has many colorful locations such as:
      • In A Realm Reborn there are regions such as:
      • The Black Shroud has some colorful areas with one of the most notable being the Sylphlands a forest that consists primarily green plants with some glowing orange lantern-like fruits hanging from trees, colorful flowers & fungi , blue mist, and purple water.
      • La Noscea has Halfstone a rocky land with blue water, bluish-gray rocks, has giant glowing red snail and cyan-lipped clam shells strewn about, and colorful coral all over the area.
      • Thanalan is a mostly a desert with yellow sand, orange rocks and green plants.
      •    Mor Dhona    has a particularly colorful areas near the raids that have glowing orange and turquiose crystals with purple skies occuring often, though the raids themselves are maybe even more colorful.
      • Heavensward while mostly downplaying this trope has the The Diadem and Azys Lla as the most colorful locations in the entire expansion.
      • Stormblood has some prominently colorful locations which are:
      • Rhalgr's Reach has most of the region being downplayed due to being a gray rockland with green plants and blue water, but played straight with the colorful tents found throughout most of it.
      •    Kugane    is a Japanese-themed city who's colors consist primarily of red, teal and    white    with some other colors added in for good measure.
      •    The Ruby Sea    while mostly similar to any other area in coloring it does have the additional volcano and coral to make it more colorful.
      • Doma is the Chinese counterpart of    Kugane    with a color scheme consisting primarily of red, green and orange.
      • Shadowbringers cranks this trope up to the next level with the regions of:
      • Lakeland is a mostly a beautiful bright purple forest with azure water,    white dirt    and gray mesas.
      • Kholusia while mostly inverting this trope there are places like the sulphur mines and of course eulmore that are play this trope straight.
      • Amh Araeng is similar to its source counterpart Thanalan mostly only with reddish-brown rocks and orange sand instead, along with the addition of glowing turquoise crystals that is actually crystallized light.
      • Il Mheg is the most colorful place prior to Endwalker due to having every known color visible to the human eye appear at least in one area.
      • Rak'tika Greatwood is about as colorful as The Black Shroud is in a majority of the areas.
      • Endwalker is appearing take the colorfulness of Shadowbringers and runs with it to what might be an even greater degree.
  • Super Mario Bros.: The Mushroom Kingdom in many games, and also:
    • The seven worlds of Super Mario Galaxy 2:
      • World 1: The blue-colored planet Mario calls home
      • World 2: A solar system composing of an orange sun and brown planets
      • World 3: A green nebula
      • World 4: A dark blue galaxy
      • World 5: Several pink and purple galaxies
      • World 6: A red and yellow black hole
      • World S: A multicolored planet
    • Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels has all of World 9 with very trippy colors. Sadly, the colorful landscape was removed in the Super Mario All-Stars version and replaced with standard colors.
  • If you thought the TRON movies are bad? TRON 2.0 is worse. Bright colors everywhere, landscapes of purple and blue, a corrupted server with a Sickly Green Glow. The Internet looks like Vegas and Coruscant.
  • Eversion (especially the HD version) has World 1 (magenta), World 2 (cyan), World 5 (yellow), World 6 (orange), World 7 (red) and World 8 (purple). Heck, the game's worlds as a whole counts as this trope.
  • The land of Mania in the DLC Shivering Isles from The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is rather brightly coloured, particularly the sky.
  • Each planet in Spore can have one of eight-or-so ground, water, and sky colours, such as red water and cyan ground under a green sky.
  • The entire island of Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon has neon highlights, along with every cyber-animal and mook.
  • Edgar Teglee's mind in Psychonauts looks like a Mexican-themed blacklight painting.
  • Trine consists of series of brightly multi-colored worlds, wildlife, plants and terrain.
  • Every level in Astal is like this. Justified in that the world this game takes place in, Quartilia, was made from crystals.
  • The final level of Bug Too!, "Cicada Night Fever" appears to be some sort of acid trip level with primarily blue-and-yellow platforms and a rainbow background.
  • Almost every background scenery for Spin Rhythm XD has vibrant, flashy colours (and visuals!)

    Webcomics 
  • The world of Zoophobia.
  • The Rainbow Dimension that Snarlbear takes place in is as colorful as its name, if not more so.

    Web Original 
  • Neopia from Neopets
  • In Perri Rhoades' Spectral Shadows the planet of Pentalous is described as this. Parts of the Realm of Fantasy have been said to be this, especially when the art consists of pictures like this.
  • The eponymous world in the Minecraft series Stampy's Lovely World is built to be bright and colourful. Even though there are buildings made out of varieties of stone and wood, Stampy almost always ends up incorporating a splash of colour to the design so that the building doesn't appear dull. Just try looking out over the Lovely World from a high place at night. It's stunning.

    Western Animation 

    Multiple Media 

    Real Life 
  • The Fly Geyser in Fly Ranch, Washoe Country, Nevada contains Red, Yellow and Green in ascending order.
  • Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls is practically a Rainbow of colors.
  • There are so many colorful places that you could say over 50% of the world is at one time or another, but most of Japan takes it to a whole new level.
  • The Burning Man festival becomes an intensely psychedelic version of this at night.
  • Any live concert by Coldplay.
  • The Solar System is full of colorful worlds:
    • Mercury is mostly dark gray.
    • Venus is surrounded by thick, white clouds, which conceal a dark orange and yellow surface underneath.
    • Our Earth is surrounded by wispy white clouds covering a surface of blue oceans and green, yellow, and brown continents.
      • The Moon is light gray with dark gray maria.
    • Mars is reddish-brown with white polar ice caps.
      • Phobos and Deimos are both gray with pale pink splotches.
    • Most asteroids are mostly shades of tan and gray.
      • Dwarf planet Ceres is a pale peach color with gray splotches.
    • Jupiter is surrounded by orange, gray, and white bands, with a large red storm on its southern hemisphere.
      • Its five largest moons are also colorful: Amalthea is a bright red, Io is orange, yellow, and green, Europa is tan and white, Ganymede is purplish-gray, and Callisto is sepia-toned. All of its smaller moons are mostly gray.
    • Saturn is surrounded by tan, blue, and gray bands, with shimmering white rings going around it.
      • Its largest moon Titan is surrounded by thick yellow clouds and a dark blue haze, which covers its orange and brown surface. Its smaller moons are mostly grayish (Pan, Atlas, Prometheus, Epimetheus, Telesto, Calypso, and Dione being lighter gray, Pandora, Janus, Mimas, Tethys, Helene, and Phoebe being darker gray), but Enceladus is white, Rhea is steel-blue, Hyperion is tan, and Iapetus is dark gray on one side and light gray on the other.
    • Uranus is predominantly a pale blue-green color, with slightly yellowish poles.
      • Its moons are also varying shades of gray (Puck and Titania being a lighter gray, and Umbriel being a darker gray) and brown (Ariel is light brown, Oberon is dark brown), but Miranda is almost pinkish.
    • Neptune is almost completely blue in color, with white clouds, and a darker blue storm also on its southern hemisphere.
      • Its largest moon Triton is mostly light blue and purple in color, but its other moons, such as Larissa, Proteus, and Nereid, are mostly grayish.
    • Most comets are grayish, with white dust tails and blue gas tails.
    • Most Kuiper Belt objects are predominantly dark blues and grays.
      • Dwarf planet Pluto is mostly gray with bright orange splotches, while its largest moon Charon is a bluish-gray color.
      • Other dwarf planets in the Kuiper Belt are also in distinguishable colors: Haumea is a pale blue with red splotches, Makemake is mostly pinkish-brown, and Eris is almost white in color.
      • Sedna, the furthest object in our Solar System is mainly dark red.
    • Most planets outside our Solar System will probably have a greater range in colors: Desert planets are mostly yellow, ocean planets are mostly blue, jungle planets are mostly green, ice planets are mostly white, poison planets are mostly purple, volcanic planets are mostly bright red, rock planets are mostly gray, gas giant planets are mostly multicolored, etc.
  • Depending on which chemical dominates the most, most nebulae are also brightly-colored. This is also true with most galaxies. The Milky Way is mostly sky blue with a pale yellow center, the LMC and SMC are bluish-gray, the Andromeda Galaxy is dark blue with a purple center, the Triangulum Galaxy is aqua green with an orange center, while all the other galaxies are either colored lavender with a pink center or maroon with a yellow center.

 
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