Chameleon Run Deluxe Edition
Chameleon Run is a unique, fast and challenging autorunner with a colorful twist. Jump, switch and run through expertly crafted levels that will have you running back for more

Platform: Xbox One
Developer: Hyperbolic Magnetism
Publisher: CINEMAX, s.r.o.
Release Date: TBA
Other version: Nintendo Switch, PC  

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Chameleon Run Deluxe Edition | Xbox One

Fast and Challenging

Chameleon Run is a unique, fast and challenging autorunner with a colorful twist. Jump, switch and run through expertly crafted levels that will have you running back for more.

Your goal is to switch your color to match the ground as you run and jump from platform to platform. Sounds easy right? Well think again!

Features

  • Fast paced running, jumping and switching colors
  • Fun jumping mechanics like “double jump” and “head jump”
  • Pixel perfect physics
  • Stylish, super smooth and colorful graphics
  • Non-linear levels with 3 special objectives in each one
  • Compete for the fastest time on each level
  • Simple two button controls

Deluxe Edition Uniquie features

  • 6 brand new levels
  • 4th special objective for each level (unlocked by finishing the last level)


Story of Ján “Split” Ilavský (game developer)

In summer 2013 I broke my arm when driving a kickbike. Because I was starting to be a big Ludum Dare fan back then, I decided to participate even though I had only one usable hand to do the actual development. Fortunately the theme was “minimalism” which fitted one hand handicap perfectly. The Chameleon Run prototype was born. Since then I haven’t had much time to continue working on it, but I really liked that super simple game mechanics. One of the rules of Ludum Dare is that you should put your source code available for download. Unfortunately, it looks like that one guy just took it, changed few things and started selling it on the App Store and Google Play. Somehow I found him on Twitter and asked him to remove the game. In the end he did. Just a few weeks later I found another game. This time there were more changes in the graphics, but when you look at very small details you can tell it is the same source code. And the name of the game was “Chameleon Run”. Even right now you can probably find a game with a same name in the Google Play store, which was heavily inspired by my prototype. That’s why I decided I should continue the development and make the “real” Chameleon Run.