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Yellows and blues, low saturation is key.

Have a look at this:

Basically, use natural light colors for the sun/moon and the lights that are providing actual light for your map. To get that 80s neon look, use spots of color like neon signs, bright trims around things or colorful props.

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I think a good idea for getting the vibe your going for is to play around with the colors of objects and brushes. Pick a base color like light grey or so, and have splashes of blue on things like the walls and some objects. And throw in some purple here and there to contrast.

Don't take my advice too close though, 'cause at the end of the day, it's your project and I probably don't have the same idea of what you want XD

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