Colin Walsh’s match-three puzzler left a good impression on me. Now, almost 7 months after its release, gamers who were skeptical about whether they would enjoy the two-dollar indie can give it a shot through Chromodyne Lite. Celsius Game Studios unveiled the new app with a brand new 5-level story to introduce players to the Quantum Chromodynamic Cyclotron, or Chromodyne.
Since my review, the story has been expanded, there is a brand new soundtrack from Kevin MacLeod, and…well, a “lite” version. The 3D match-3 gameplay isn’t the only thing that can get you hooked, as story mode will take you through some hilarious story elements involving you saving the world.
Celsius Game Studios is proud to present Chromodyne Lite, the free version of its unique and exciting match-3 puzzle game, Chromodyne! Chromodyne Lite is available for the iPhone and iPod Touch, on the Apple App Store.
Chromodyne Lite features a brand new 5 chapter story introducing the player to the Chromodyne as they work their way through the Chromodynamic Academy’s accredited Accelerated Chromodyne Operator’s Course. Through this program, you too can learn the skills necessary to save the world from impending doom from outer space!
“Course?” You say.
“That sounds like it might be expensive…” You say.
You would say that, wouldn’t you?
Well, you might expect to pay tens of thousands of dollars and rack up years of crushing student debt at some “university” to learn how to save the world. Not so at the Chromodynamic Academy. No, you too can learn all this today for the low, low price of FREE!
Not only do you get this valuable training, but you’ll also find that Chromodyne Lite offers fun and challenging 3D match-3 gameplay, colourful and striking visual effects, and an awesome soundtrack by Kevin MacLeod.
If you’re saying: “Well, I can’t possibly go wrong with that! Plus I can’t argue with free… Especially when you put it in all caps like that!” I’d suggest you follow this link and give it a try. http://itunes.apple.com/lv/app/chromodyne-lite/id369298294?mt=8