My two cents:
While I like the fact that Icey is trying new stuff (though I don't see the point of the QR codes as a primary gameplay mechanic, but with Icey I rarely do see the point, so maybe I'm just not the right audience), I dont think the game really fits the current MAGS theme.
The theme was sensory DISTORTION, and while being momentarily colourblind is a sort of sensory failure, I don't think it really fits the mood or the theme of the current MAGS. However, if the only other competitor, Baron, does not mind, and since there don't seem to be other competitors coming in, I don't really see the reason to bar Icey from participating this time around, despite the suspicious schedulling and the sudden appearance of the otherwise unannounced game.
I think we should let this be a lesson to Icey (and possibly others) instead, always declare your MAGS projects when starting them, and only later either release them or drop them if you can't finish up in time. I for one had no idea, until now, how important the declaration of the MAGS game was, and I have worked on at least 2 MAGS games (which were dropped) without declaring them. Maybe it's just the fact that Icey has a history of MAGS misuse, but it's good to clarify this anyway.