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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Oct 14, 2006.
meh i thought it was the same game on the gba with the moving stick
Yeah, me too, oh well...
Here's the first description I found:
KuruKuru Chameleon DS is a puzzle game where your goal is to get control of over 50 percent of the play field by changing colors of the pieces that aren't already in your territory.
I heard somewhere (on this board I think) that there is a kuru kuru kururin game for DS, but there's not enough coffee in me yet to go hunting for it.
I as well thought this was kururin
My, but the eyes on that chameleon hat are strategically placed...
"Is it cold in here, or is it just me?"
Why do I notice stuff like this?
Because you're a guy?
haha I noticed that too. I love japan lol
am i the only that doesn't get it?
Chameleon Eyes: Nipples
Check the boxart...
Ok, it is a bit of a stretch...
Think of "kuru-kuru" as Japanese onomatopoeia for spinning stuff. Dunno how it relates to this game though.
It's the other character's hat btw.
But I think it's on purpose since it's the "oppai" character you're pointing out.
The kurukuru part might just point out to the chameleon characters, the chameleon having a twisting tongue, spinning eyes and twisted tail. Obviously the kurukuru part in Kururin is the SPINNAZ! I'M RIDIN DA SPINNAZ
about the nfo: the OOOOOOOOO thing is a IRC-funny-greet
well it's a puzzle game, I'll bet some things spin somehow. I can't be arsed actually playing it, but here's a screenshot of the PSP version:
It's actually not bad once you get the hang of it. There's a lot of strategy in capturing hexagons with your board and picking a color that the other person can't use.
I just can't for the life of me figure out how to set down bombs/stones. You press the star and then you're supposed to put a square. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. This is where it's nice to read japanese.
Nah, it's like Go as xcomp puts it, capturing shit and stuff (and by "shit and stuff" I mean hexagons).
From the name I thought this was going to be a sequel to Chameleon Twist on the N64
The PSP version looks better since you can see the whole board at the same time, whereas on DS you have to scroll.
It was fun for a few games when I played it on the PSP. Not as fun as Tetris or Lumines tho.