Chroma is an abstract puzzle game. A variety of colourful shapes are arranged in a series of increasingly complex patterns, forming fiendish traps that must be disarmed and mysterious puzzles that must be manipulated in order to give up their subtle secrets. Initially so straightforward that anyone can pick it up and begin to play, yet gradually becoming difficult enough to tax even the brightest of minds.
Have you got what it takes to solve Chroma?
If you're looking for a casual browser game which requires no download, you can now play chroma online.
Offering the same challenging levels as the standalone version, this browser puzzle game can be played in any standards-compliant browser.
Alternatively, you can download Chroma to install on your computer:
Chroma 1.18 source code for Linux and other operating systems
Chroma 1.17 for Windows (installer) (functionally identical to 1.18)
To see what's new in the latest version, have a look at the change log.
Play Chroma in 8-bit style on this port to the BBC Micro. Features all twenty one levels and finite undo.
If you're interested in games for the BBC Micro, you may enjoy these disassemblies of classic games.
Chroma can also play levels from two similar games, XOR and Enigma.
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