- Summary: Spy Chameleon RGB Agent is a challenging arcade-puzzle game where the player needs to avoid being spotted thanks to the color-changing mechanisms of the main character.
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Jun 14, 2017Spy Chameleon
Testing your patience
Spy chameleon is a reaction based puzzle game where you play as a color changing chameleon... The gameSpy Chameleon
Testing your patience
Spy chameleon is a reaction based puzzle game where you play as a color changing chameleon...
The game consists of 75 levels and takes around 2 hours to complete
There is no real story here though you are given a story based objective in each mission..
A mission consists of 15 levels…
The difficulty of these levels are pretty up and down...
The objective of the game is to get to the rooms exit... 1 room is 1 level...
across the ground there will be carpets, paint, colored tiles…
And you can use these colors to blend in…
color changing is simple as it goes off of the button colors on your controller…
Green, red, pink, and blue
there are the only buttons you have to worry about as you sneak through the shadows trying to not get caught be the enemies running around the levels…
There are flies to collect here as well as time challenges for trophies
But there isn’t much to the game other than blend and don’t get caught…
The game is pretty enjoyable minus a few extremely frustrating levels that just come out of nowhere…
My biggest issue with the game is that it is so up and down..
Most of the levels are extremely easy and then randomly you’ll get hit with a level and a puzzle that the game has not prepared you for up to that point…
there are a decent amount of checkpoints though which is nice… but still… one level in particular, I felt luck got involved as you’re trying to stop these mice at just the right moment or face an insta death…
this level almost made me stopbecasue of how frustrating and unfair it felt…
but the rest of the game I enjoyed..
It’s simple enough
and you’re slowly introduced to throwing switches, grabbing keys, hiding in boxes, pushing buttons to move walls… but none of the levels ever felt overwhelming, and things never get too crazy... just the right amount of challenge throughout..
Except that cheap lab rat level
I give Spy Chameleon
a 6.5/10… Expand