Chameleon Twist (カメレオンツイスト Kamereon Tsuisuto) is a platformer developed by Japan System Supply and published for the Nintendo 64 in 1997 by Sunsoft.
Though disregarded by critics due to its difficult gameplay control and strange life and continue system, Chameleon Twist is heralded for its uniqueness and has garnered a cult following, earning it a sequel titled Chameleon Twist 2.
For Chameleon Twist 2 on the Nintendo 64, FAQ/Walkthrough by The_Beer_Ninja.
For Chameleon Twist 2 on the Nintendo 64, GameFAQs has 1 FAQ (game guide/walkthrough).
Whether you prefer to play solo or with a pack of friends, CHAMELEON TWIST is the most fun you'll have until you grow a six-foot-long tongue of your own. WIKIS Animal Crossing Beginners Guide and Tips
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This version of the game (NTSC) released on Nov. 30, 1997. 0:00:28 - Training 0:05:12 - Intro 0:06:25 - Stage 1 - Jungle Land 0:14:11 - Stage 2 - Ant Land 0:25:39 - Stage 3 - Bomb Land 0:35:08 ...
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Longer then the first, but it shouldn't be possible to miss all the coins as long as you hold the carrot from the last level.
I don't think this game is bad, but it's pretty much like the first one, even the environment feels the same. But it's still worth playing. Beat That Boss is a channel dedicated to video game boss ...
This is the first part to my walkthrough for Chameleon Twist on Nintendo 64.
Welcome everyone, here's the first part of my walkthrough! Chameleon Twist (for the Nintendo 64) has been one of my childhood games for a long time, so I thought I'd do a walkthrough on it. ^^
- Japan System Supply
Release date(s): November 30, 1997: EU
Mode(s): Single player, multiplayer
Chameleon Twist is a platformer developed by Japan System Supply and published for the Nintendo 64 in 1997 by Sunsoft. Though disregarded by critics due to its difficult gameplay control and strange life and continue system, Chameleon Twist was heralded for its uniqueness and garnered a cult following, earning it a sequel titled Chameleon Twist 2. This 3D platform game has players take on the role of one of four anthropomorphic chameleons, and travel across six themed worlds. The chameleon's elongated tongue can be used as a weapon, a means to traverse gaps, or as a way to leap onto platforms. Once the tongue is unrolled, it can be guided in any direction using the analog stick. A five-room training area is available to let players practice the unusual controls. The single-player game involves progressing through predominately indoor environments, each culminating in a boss battle, while collecting hearts to replenish health.