Excerpt: In some ways, Chameleon's entertainment value is inexplicable. If you took one quick look at it, you might think you were in for some kind of anime-invaded rip-off of Hexic. But once you actually start playing it, you'll realize there are barely any modes, the presentation is as generic as generic can get, and the gameplay really only has one gimmick going for it the whole way through. And yet, in spite of these issues, Chameleon is actually kind of fun.
Pros: Gameplay is surprisingly engaging--at least for a short while, Some decent rule variants to play with
Cons: Few modes of play, Monotony begins to set in after a while, Generic presentation