Chameleon Gems
System Requirements
 
  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 2000 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 450 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 128 MB Ram
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  • Uninstall instructions
 
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Chameleon Gems 

Explore an exotic landscape of puzzling fun in this thrilling action-puzzler. A stone chameleon is the only guardian of the tranquil world of Corax. Stop the advancing gems before they reach the end of the spiral path or the land will be plunged into chaos. Featuring more than 100 levels of original challenges, Chameleon Gems is a surprising and delightful diversion and a must for fans of fast-paced fun.

  • Unlimited Play
  • Over 100 Challenging Levels
  • Addictive Gameplay
  • Stunning 3D Graphics
  • Original Power-Ups
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Reviews of Chameleon Gems
 | Added on: May 19, 2011
 
I can lose myself in this game for hours. It gets faster and more challenging as you go to higher levels. You can use your brain and clear the levels but I'd rather just shoot without analyzing patterns etc. All in all a good game to kill time and work off nervous energy.
 | Added on: August 25, 2010
 
I love all of the many levels. It does take a little thinking to get the multi-colored gems off the board before time runs out on certain levels. You certainly can't get bored with this one.
 | Added on: January 25, 2013
 
This game is fun and clever. I got it when it was offered in 2011, but I did not buy it. The reason is the mouse and cursor. There is no special cursor, so it is hard to see the cursor when playing. And the mouse controls just seem to swim all over the place- it is hard to control, and so between being hard to see and aim correctly, many wrong shots come out. I have not had this problem with, for example Zuma. I like this type of game, and I have many. Playing online with Win7 64. It is a shame that the mouse aiming is so bad in this game.
 | Added on: March 1, 2010
 
If you like Zuma you'll love this. The twist is there are gems on top gems where you may have one yellow gem sitting on top of a blue and red gem. When you match three coloured gems this can sometimes be helpful to match other gems if the colour sitting next to it is the colour stacked on top of the one you've just destroyed. Does get a lot harder towards the end stages and even I couldn't get past the fifteenth and final stage as once all your lives have gone you have to start the whole 9 levels of the stage again. Very addictive, if not a bit too challenging.
 | Added on: January 31, 2011
 
The game is slow like Zuma. It has a progress indicator like Luxor. It has "gap shot" like Zuma has "gap bonus." It has a frog .... like Zuma. It has a "chain bonus" ..... like .. yeah, you get the point. If I wanted to play Zuma, I'd play Zuma. So it's gems instead of balls .. woohoo, not. This game's originality comes in the stacked gems - which to me just makes it too visually confusing - and in the ability to buy powerups between levels, which to me detracts from the point of the game, which is to match the gems while they're moving. I found this game to be a great disappointment.
 | Added on: May 5, 2011
 
Yes, like Zuma you shoot gems (instead of balls) to make matches of three, but that's where the similarity ends. In this game, some of the gems are stacked and you release the stack by matching from the bottom up. Some of the levels in this game are quite difficult, with many twists and turns to block your ability to shoot the gems. You also earn money to buy skins, which enable you with powerups, and you can also buy extra lives, which really come in handy toward the end. One think I disliked about the game is that you must achieve the checkpoint every 10 levels or you'll have to repeat those levels from the beginning, which is another reason to buy those extra lives! If you liked Zuma, but you are getting tired of repeating those simple levels, try this game.
 | Added on: September 8, 2011
 
I found this game to be a lot more challenging than Zuma. One thing I do not like about it -as compared to Zuma is this-If you have a small gap-or a set up for a chain and the end of the row is near the hole-it won't pull it back-in fat it pushes it in. In Zuma you could "save" yourself but using this strategy. I am up to level 15 and I have 12 lives purchased and it took me every one of them to get through round one-then I lost in rd 2 and had to start level 15 all over-now I am down to 4 lives again and haven't gotten through rd.1 .I think I am going to give up on this one.
 | Added on: November 11, 2010
 
This is a really fun game. You don't have time to think to far ahead. But you also get some unusual results if you think to far ahead. All those piggyback gems make it an unusual Match 3 game.
 | Added on: September 7, 2010
 
This is one of those fun, silly games that becomes surprisingly addictive after a while. It is a very welcome change of pace from my usual game preferences. It surprises you along the way with extra powers and challenges. If you just want to chill and have a little fun, I highly recommend it.
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