Kurukuru Chameleon

Kuru Kuru Chameleon (くるくる カメレオン) is a 2006 puzzle game by Starfish for the Sega NAOMI GD-ROM arcade platform. It is thought to have been released exclusively in Japan.

Kuru Kuru Chameleon is an altered remake of 7 Colors, an IBM PC/Amiga/Atari ST game developed by Gamos and published by Infogrames in 1991. The following year 7 Colors was brought to the PC-98 by HOT-B as The 7 Colors – Kuru Kuru Chameleon derives on this version, as Starfish bought HOT-B and its assets in 1993. Though the rules between the two games are similar, 7 Colors deals in diamonds, while Kuru Kuru Chameleon uses hexagons.

Starfish released Kuru Kuru Chameleon for the PlayStation Portable at around the same time as the arcade version. It was localised as Kameleon for PAL regions later in the year, and as Chameleon in North America in 2008. A Nintendo DS version, Kuru Kuru Chameleon DS released in October 2006 was also localised, again as Kameleon in PAL regions, but as Chameleon: To Dye For! in North America. The European versions were published by 505 Games and the American versions by UFO.


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