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''Chameleon Twist'' and ''Chameleon Twist 2'' are two games created by Japan Supply System, published by Creator/{{Sunsoft}}, and released for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo64. In these two games, you play as a chameleon named Davy (or one of his friends, Jack, Fred or Linda) who [[FollowTheWhiteRabbit follows a white rabbit]] into a strange world and [[AnthropomorphicTransformation changes form]]. Now the only way the chameleon can get home is to follow the rabbit and get out of any situation they get stuck in by using their tongue.

The second game involved one of the four chameleons being launched into the sky by the same rabbit and just exploring.

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''Chameleon Twist'' and ''Chameleon Twist 2'' are two games is a PlatformGame created by Japan Supply System, published by Creator/{{Sunsoft}}, and released for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo64. In these two games, UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 in 1997.

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you play as a chameleon named Davy (or one of his friends, Jack, Fred or Linda) who [[FollowTheWhiteRabbit follows a white rabbit]] into a strange world and [[AnthropomorphicTransformation changes form]]. Now the only way the chameleon can get home is to follow the rabbit and get out of any situation they get stuck in by using their tongue.

The second first game was followed by a 1998 sequel, ''Chameleon Twist 2'', which involved one of the four chameleons being launched into the sky by the same rabbit and just exploring.

----[[SimilarlyNamedWorks Not to be confused]] with the 1992 UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis game ''VideoGame/KidChameleon''.





* AdaptationDeviation: The International versions of ''Chameleon Twist 2'' had the chameleons' appearances altered to resemble real chameleons, as opposed to their cartoonish/cutesy appearances in the first game. Davy's color was also changed to green, likely to match the colors of real life chameleons, while Jack became the blue chameleon. The Japanese version retained their original designs.

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* AdaptationDeviation: The International international versions of ''Chameleon Twist 2'' had the chameleons' appearances altered to resemble real chameleons, as opposed to their cartoonish/cutesy appearances in the first game. Davy's color was also changed to green, likely to match the colors of real life chameleons, while Jack became the blue chameleon. The Japanese version retained their original designs.


* AmericanKirbyIsHardcore: The International versions of ''Chameleon Twist 2'' had the chameleons' appearances altered to resemble real chameleons, as opposed to their cartoonish/cutesy appearances in the first game. The Japanese version retained their original designs. Davy's color was also changed to green, likely to match the colors of real life chameleons, while Jack became the blue chameleon.

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* AmericanKirbyIsHardcore: AdaptationDeviation: The International versions of ''Chameleon Twist 2'' had the chameleons' appearances altered to resemble real chameleons, as opposed to their cartoonish/cutesy appearances in the first game. The Japanese version retained their original designs.game. Davy's color was also changed to green, likely to match the colors of real life chameleons, while Jack became the blue chameleon. The Japanese version retained their original designs.


A series of two games created by Japan Supply System, published by Creator/{{Sunsoft}} and released for the Nintendo 64. In these two games, you play as a chameleon named Davy (or one of his friends, Jack, Fred or Linda) who follows a white rabbit into a strange world and changes form. Now the only way the chameleon can get home is follow the rabbit and get out of any situation he (or she if you choose Linda) get stuck in using his/her tongue.

The second game involved one of the four chameleons being launched into the sky by the same rabbit and just exploring

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''Chameleon Twist'' and ''Chameleon Twist 2'' are
two games created by Japan Supply System, published by Creator/{{Sunsoft}} Creator/{{Sunsoft}}, and released for the Nintendo 64. UsefulNotes/Nintendo64. In these two games, you play as a chameleon named Davy (or one of his friends, Jack, Fred or Linda) who [[FollowTheWhiteRabbit follows a white rabbit rabbit]] into a strange world and [[AnthropomorphicTransformation changes form. form]]. Now the only way the chameleon can get home is to follow the rabbit and get out of any situation he (or she if you choose Linda) they get stuck in by using his/her their tongue.

The second game involved one of the four chameleons being launched into the sky by the same rabbit and just exploring
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* AmericanKirbyIsHardcore: For whatever reason, the International versions of ''Chameleon Twist 2'' had the chameleon's appearances altered to resemble real chameleons, as opposed to their cartoonish/cutesy appearances in the first game and the Japanese version of the second game. Davy's color was also changed to green, likely to match the colors of real life chameleons (while Jack became the blue chameleon).

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* AmericanKirbyIsHardcore: For whatever reason, the The International versions of ''Chameleon Twist 2'' had the chameleon's chameleons' appearances altered to resemble real chameleons, as opposed to their cartoonish/cutesy appearances in the first game and the game. The Japanese version of the second game. retained their original designs. Davy's color was also changed to green, likely to match the colors of real life chameleons (while chameleons, while Jack became the blue chameleon).chameleon.



* AndYourRewardIsClothes: Collecting all 20 coins in each level of Chameleon Twist 2 gives your character a new costume to wear.

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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: Collecting all 20 coins in each level of Chameleon ''Chameleon Twist 2 2'' gives your character a new costume to wear.



* FollowTheWhiteRabbit: Both games start with Davy encountering a white rabbit who sends him into a cartoony world.



* NoPlotNoProblem: You are chameleon who finds themself in a weird series of dimensions. Get through these dimensions to get home. That's literally it. Many fans assume the enemies and bosses are terrorizing the worlds and you are stopping them, but in the end neither game gives any explanation on ANYTHING and actually imply the whole adventures themselves purely for fun.

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* NoPlotNoProblem: You are a chameleon who finds themself in a weird series of dimensions. Get through these dimensions to get home. That's literally it. Many fans assume the enemies and bosses are terrorizing the worlds and you are stopping them, but in the end neither game gives any explanation on ANYTHING and actually imply the whole adventures themselves purely for fun.


* BigGood: The White Rabbit. He gives you advice at the start of each stage and is pretty much the only character in either game who is on your side.



* NoPlotNoProblem: You are chameleon who finds themself in a weird series of dimensions. Get through these dimensions to get home. That's literally it. Many fans assume the enemies and bosses are terrorizing the worlds, but in the end neither game gives any explanation on ANYTHING and actually imply the whole adventures themselves purely for fun.

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* NoPlotNoProblem: You are chameleon who finds themself in a weird series of dimensions. Get through these dimensions to get home. That's literally it. Many fans assume the enemies and bosses are terrorizing the worlds, worlds and you are stopping them, but in the end neither game gives any explanation on ANYTHING and actually imply the whole adventures themselves purely for fun.

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* NoPlotNoProblem: You are chameleon who finds themself in a weird series of dimensions. Get through these dimensions to get home. That's literally it. Many fans assume the enemies and bosses are terrorizing the worlds, but in the end neither game gives any explanation on ANYTHING and actually imply the whole adventures themselves purely for fun.


A series of two games created by Japan Supply System, published by Creator/{{Sunsoft}} and released for the Nintendo 64. In these two games, you play as a chameleon named Davy (or one of his friends, Jack, Fred or Linda) who follows a while rabbit into a strange world and changes form. Now the only way the chameleon can get home is follow the rabbit and get out of any situation he (or she if you choose Linda) get stuck into using his/her tongue.

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A series of two games created by Japan Supply System, published by Creator/{{Sunsoft}} and released for the Nintendo 64. In these two games, you play as a chameleon named Davy (or one of his friends, Jack, Fred or Linda) who follows a while white rabbit into a strange world and changes form. Now the only way the chameleon can get home is follow the rabbit and get out of any situation he (or she if you choose Linda) get stuck into in using his/her tongue.


* ItsShortSoItSucks: In the hands of any skilled gamer, this game can easily be completed in an hour or two (not counting collecting all the crowns in each level).





* AmusementPark: Carnival Land in the second game

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* AmusementPark: Carnival Land in the second gamegame.



* BigBoosHaunt: Ghost Castle

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* BigBoosHaunt: Ghost CastleCastle.



* BossBattle: Every stage ends with one

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* BossBattle: Every stage ends with oneone.



* InsectQueen: The boss of Ant Land is a Queen Ant that dresses in Victorian-era fashion. She attacks by laying ants from her giant abdomen that the player has to eat and spit out at her. MakesAsMuchSenseInContext.



* SegmentedSerpent: Bomb Caterpillar, the boss of Bomb Land
* ShiftingSandLand: Sand Castle and Pyramid Land

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* SegmentedSerpent: Bomb Caterpillar, the boss of Bomb Land
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* ShiftingSandLand: Sand Castle and Pyramid LandLand.



* StuffBlowingUp: The whole point of Bomb Land
* ToyTime: Toy Land
* {{Wutai}}: Great Edo Land

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* StuffBlowingUp: The whole point of Bomb Land
Land.
* ToyTime: Toy Land
Land.
* {{Wutai}}: Great Edo LandLand.


* AmericanKirbyIsHardcore: For whatever reason, the International versions of ''Chameleon Twist 2'' had the chameleon's appearances altered to resemble real chameleons, as opposed to their cartoonish appearances in the first game and the Japanese version of the second game. Davy's color was also changed to green, likely to match the colors of real life chameleons (while Jack became the blue chameleon).

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* AmericanKirbyIsHardcore: For whatever reason, the International versions of ''Chameleon Twist 2'' had the chameleon's appearances altered to resemble real chameleons, as opposed to their cartoonish cartoonish/cutesy appearances in the first game and the Japanese version of the second game. Davy's color was also changed to green, likely to match the colors of real life chameleons (while Jack became the blue chameleon).

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* AmericanKirbyIsHardcore: For whatever reason, the International versions of ''Chameleon Twist 2'' had the chameleon's appearances altered to resemble real chameleons, as opposed to their cartoonish appearances in the first game and the Japanese version of the second game. Davy's color was also changed to green, likely to match the colors of real life chameleons (while Jack became the blue chameleon).

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* GreenHillZone: Jungle Land and Sky Land.


A series of two games created by Japan Supply System, published by Sunsoft and released for the Nintendo 64. In these two games, you play as a chameleon named Davy (or one of his friends, Jack, Fred or Linda) who follows a while rabbit into a strange world and changes form. Now the only way the chameleon can get home is follow the rabbit and get out of any situation he (or she if you choose Linda) get stuck into using his/her tongue.

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A series of two games created by Japan Supply System, published by Sunsoft Creator/{{Sunsoft}} and released for the Nintendo 64. In these two games, you play as a chameleon named Davy (or one of his friends, Jack, Fred or Linda) who follows a while rabbit into a strange world and changes form. Now the only way the chameleon can get home is follow the rabbit and get out of any situation he (or she if you choose Linda) get stuck into using his/her tongue.

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A series of two games created by Japan Supply System, published by Sunsoft and released for the Nintendo 64. In these two games, you play as a chameleon named Davy (or one of his friends, Jack, Fred or Linda) who follows a while rabbit into a strange world and changes form. Now the only way the chameleon can get home is follow the rabbit and get out of any situation he (or she if you choose Linda) get stuck into using his/her tongue.

The second game involved one of the four chameleons being launched into the sky by the same rabbit and just exploring

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* AmusementPark: Carnival Land in the second game
* AndYourRewardIsClothes: Collecting all 20 coins in each level of Chameleon Twist 2 gives your character a new costume to wear.
* BigBoosHaunt: Ghost Castle
* BigCreepyCrawlies: Ant Land is full of them as well as the spiders in Jungle Land
* BonusBoss: If you collect enough crowns in the main story, another level will be unlocked in which you can battle every boss again but they are faster and there are more enemies trying to kill you.
* BossBattle: Every stage ends with one
* CollectionSidequest: Collecting all the crowns in each level in the first game and the coins in the second game.
* ItsShortSoItSucks: In the hands of any skilled gamer, this game can easily be completed in an hour or two (not counting collecting all the crowns in each level).
* LevelAte: Kids' Land
* SegmentedSerpent: Bomb Caterpillar, the boss of Bomb Land
* ShiftingSandLand: Sand Castle and Pyramid Land
* ShoutOut: The idea of following a white rabbit wearing a coat and pocket watch into a strange land [[Literature/AliceinWonderland seems very familiar...]]
* SlippySlideyIceWorld: Ice land, obviously.
* StuffBlowingUp: The whole point of Bomb Land
* ToyTime: Toy Land
* {{Wutai}}: Great Edo Land
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