Roll the Chromasphere using tilt controls and full 3d physics engine
Get to the end of each level within the bronze, silver and gold times to win medals
Ghost replay mode: an easy way to improve your skills and times
Complete 23 3d Levels with many more to come
Collect 4 same-coloured shards to activate the Chromasphere's colour
Moving and rotating platforms!
Touch-based Camera Controls: Swipe the screen left and right to move the camera. Pinch the screen in and out to zoom in and out.
Keep this app updated - New features and levels will be appearing regularly!
Graphics improvements, more music and sound effects are planned soon!
NOTE: If you want to try before you buy, please take a look at Chromasphere Lite and enjoy some free sphere-rolling fun!
ChromaSphere is a full 3d action/arcade game with a hint of puzzle for Android 2.1+ devices and Kindle Fire. Using the accelerometer/gyro of your phone or tablet steer the chromasphere to the end of the level within the bronze, silver and gold times to win medals.
Can you beat the challenge of getting gold medals on every level?
"Every year, the Ancient Laputians picked a small selection of their most gifted to undertake a series of complex tests. These tests were called the "Laputian Trials" in which those who entered got the chance to prove their superior skill and cunning."
"The first of these tests was a demonstration of their mind control over the magical lodestones. These lodestones were encased in ball of stone called a 'Chromasphere'."
"Inside each Chromasphere was a tiny piece of Lodestone taken from the largest lodestone in existence and one that holds aloft the greatest sky city of them all: Laputa."
This is your chance to enter the first Laputian Trial yourself and prove your superior lodestone mind control.
If you love games like Marble Madness or Super Monkey Ball you'll love this!
ByJ. MorrisTOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICEon 11 May 2014
In beautifully animated 3D worlds; roll your ChromaSphere to the end of the level. At the intro you get a panning sweep of the level that shows you the route and from a fixed perspective, tilt your device to roll the ball in a particular direction. You can shift this fixed perspective and a tap of the screen shows you your rear-view.
Unfortunately, a lot of the commendable graphics are wasted; as your device is tilted away from you to accelerate forwards, meaning you can't actually see the screen for a lot of the game. The difficulty level is savage; some of the 'cleanest' runs only get you a Bronze. There are colour-based acceleration points, depending on what colour ('Chroma') your sphere is in at any given moment. It's entertaining, well animated, but somehow not that fun.
Yes, it looks nice, but movement on a Kindle Fire HD 8.9 feels sluggish (moreso when redoing a level and you are shown your previous run as a ghost) and the tilt controls simply don't work well enough. It is very frustrating to be told to till your tablet backwards when that is exactly what you are doing! And tilting forwards means you can't see the screen properly. I used to be addicted to Marble Blast Gold on the Mac, but this just does not compare. Thankfully, I got it as Free App of the Day, so my wallet was not harmed in any way.
All around great game. Nice music. Very good graphics. Enough challenges to keep this tilt-game interesting for a long time. Definitely addictive. All you need to do is tilt your device to gide the chromasphere on a tricky path and collect the coloured gems in order to open trap doors and get to the end of each level. I have a feeling this game is going to become one of my favourite puzzle games on my Kindle Fire HD.
Graphics are very good. Playability is excellent. The game involves moving the ball along a platform, Using the tilt controls of your tablet, collecting tokens to open barriers etc. In the shortest time possible. The game starts easy with railings to stop the ball going over the edge, then railings will disappear after a few levels. The game has options to adjust tilt controls, camera etc. You can pinch to zoom in and out. If you replay a level a ghost ball appears to show your position of last play. Tap screen move finger to look around. This is definitely worth playing and a good example of this type of game. Highly recommended.
When your first level involves you tilting forward to get to the goal in a straight line and you can only get bronze after twenty tries you know this is going to only get worse. And it does. I love super monkey ball but this game is like steering through peanut butter. Deleted unfortunately.
A great little time killer game. Not for on the bus. The tilt angle was off for me but I found the option to adjust to what suited me best. So far getting the best times seems impossible but I'm not discounting yet. Could be an upgrade system I have yet to discover. That and getting top each level is not a priority for me. Plays well and looks good on a Samsung Galaxy S5, controls are good. They aren't floaty like other tilt games.
Tilt the screen to guide a ball to a certain area. It is as simple as that. I must say this is a lot better than your average tilt game in that the graphics are superb however the issue I have is not with the game but with tilt games on the tablet. Even though you don't really need to, you tend to find yourself over-tilting the screen in frustration and then you don't see what you are doing properly. It is probably just me in that department but other than that, it's a very good game.