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For another Sega side-scrolling platformer (Sega Genesis really has a lot of those), this game was very good. Kid Chameleon takes Sega's love for the 1980's and for platformers, and turns it into a pre-teens dream with neon and alternate forms. The many forms that the tough street kid Kid Chameleon can turn into have different abilities, which makes for a diverse array of power-ups. The game does not get very tiring, and the level design requires some thought process as opposed to the exploratio...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Ok, how awesome was this game, right?! What a fun, interesting, bright, totally 90s little romp through 16-bit heaven. I loved every second of this sexy beast, from smashing those grey bricks Super Mario-style, to finding all of those insane hats and disguises (gotta love the Jason Voorhees one!), to navigating some really interesting worlds populated by cool-looking villains and accompanied by such a rockin' soundtrack that I'd swear I must have died and went to whatever heaven the characters o...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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