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  • Summary: Chromanoids is an arcade-style space shooter that puts you in charge of a space fleet, tasked with saving Earth from the unforgiving enemy Chromanoid ships. Mix and match colors to destroy relentless waves of Chromanoid invaders before they reach your space station -- the last of Earth's defenses. Choose from 5 exciting game modes:*** Story Mode*** You're the last line of defense against the Chromanoids; your success affects the outcome.***Armada Mode*** Be challenged with more and faster attackers.***Ultradrive Mode*** The attacking ships speed up with each new wave, and your accuracy will affect the speed of your color missiles.***Depleted Mode*** Blast power is diminished as you hit the enemies, but gain bonus points for targeting the ships with smaller and smaller shots.***Red-Shift Mode*** Blast away! Just shoot the enemies down, without having to change colors.Game Center support with leaderboards for each game mode and local high scores enabling you to become Earth's hero and show off your high scores.Use special power ups such as the Nuke and Instakill Blitz Bombs to fend off and survive wave after wave of attacks and pick them up during play to help you on your mission. “Ensign Cyan reporting for duty Sir! Sensors detect shielded Chromanoids coming our way!” Expand
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  1. May 16, 2011
    This one's a definite battery-drainer and well worth the price. Not counting the possibility of spending more money on credits, of course.
  2. May 16, 2011
    Chromanoids is an interesting experiment in creating a real arcade-like feel without needing to nickel and dime customers with micro-purchases.
  3. May 27, 2011
    Chromanoids is a fresh coat of paint for the space shooter genre.
  4. May 16, 2011
    Charging for apps or making it free with an in-app purchases are both viable options for turning a profit, but combining these two is ambitious at best and insulting at worst. Either way it's a bad deal for the consumer. Whether or not it's a deal breaker is up to you. Shame too, because without this stupid blunder I'd have nothing but great things to say about Chromanoids.
  5. May 25, 2011
    A functional, colourful space shooter slightly soured by the decision to implement in-app purchases.
  6. May 31, 2011
    At least Chromanoids is a good homage to those games in every other way, with stylish retro art, a campy storyline and good sound.