Chameneon from Burning Goat Studio and QUByte Interactive is a physics-based 2D platformer/autorunner type of game in which you must defeat a virus in cyberspace. Check our Chameneon review!
Chameneon from Burning Goat Studio and QUByte Interactive is a physics-based 2D platformer/autorunner type of game in which you must defeat a virus in cyberspace. It’s because of this that the Chameneon protocol has been activated. Last time around, this indie dev and publisher combo gave us the 2D arcade-style platformer Spooky Chase on PlayStation 4, so I was certainly looking forward to checking out what Chameneon was all about. The game has 80 levels to take on, so there’s certainly a lot to do in this one!
Since Chameneon is a game of the autorunner variety, you’ll control your character by jumping with the X button as needed. You can slow down by pressing the L1 button or speed up with the R1 button. To switch between the neon highlighted sections, just press the Square button, which will allow you to take on different paths as you race to the finish line. For every level, along with getting to the finish line, you’ll also have to work on collecting energy bolts to charge up the battery to 100%, as well as collect the special floppy disk.
The game has a full trophy list with a Platinum trophy, and it’s a long list! It includes 59 Bronze trophies, 2 Silver trophies, and a single Gold trophy. Out of these, 60 trophies are tied to completing all the time challenges – from time challenge 21 to time challenge 80 – which means there’s going to be a lot of trial and error in your future if you want to get that Platinum! As for the two remaining trophies, they require you to collect all 80 floppy disks, as well as collect all 80 batteries. Are you ready?
Chameneon is a fun physics-based 2D autorunner with 80 levels to complete, with bite-sized levels that you’ll need to replay over and over again in order to get a new Platinum trophy. The game’s simple gameplay mechanics make it easier to focus on the action on the screen, even if the physics can sometimes feel a bit wonky. Do know that there’s not much variety in the game’s soundtrack, but at least the song that plays in the background is catchy. Chameneon is out on PlayStation 4 with a low price of only $3.99.
This Chameneon review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by QUByte Interactive.