A downloadable game for Windows and Mac OS X

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Chrominance is a 2.5D stealth game wherein players take the form a cloaked figure and must navigate around monsters. To hide and avoid detection, players must blend in with their environment, picking up fragments of a prism in order to purge maps of the monsters which roam them, transforming each stage into an alternate, "purified" version.

System Requirements:

  • Windows XP SP2+
  • Mac OS X 10.8+

More information

Published223 days ago
PlatformsWindows, Mac OS X
Authorssophia-huynh, roms, johnaxon
Tags25d, Stealth, Third Person
Player countSingleplayer


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Chrominance (LevelUp Windows Build) 45 MB
Chrominance (LevelUp Mac Build) 48 MB


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This looks really cool and interesting, but I couldn't get it to work.

Hi! Are you using the Mac or Windows build?

When you say you couldn't get it to work, did you mean the game wouldn't launch, or the controls didn't work?

I'm running on a Mac. I used the itch.io desktop application to install and launch this game. The game launches and runs and I can see the title screen, then the pre-game cutscene, but after that I just see a static image.

Here is what I see: http://imgur.com/a/isqb2 (The third screen is the place I'm stuck)

What operating system are you running on? Have you tried different resolutions or running it with a lower graphics quality?

OS X 10.11.4, MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Late 2013).

I thought I tried different resolutions and graphics qualities, but apparently not, because it seems to work when I change both. I'm playing the game in windowed mode, also. The game appears to not function at 1024x768 with fantastic graphics, but seems to work with 800x600 with simple graphics. At least I can play it now. Thanks! Maybe some of these details can lead to a patch if you're up for it.

Glad to hear you got it working! Sorry the resolution and graphics quality messed things up. I'm running my build on an OS X 10.11.3, MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid-2012), so yours should definitely be strong enough to handle it.

I got a chance to walk around and I really like the concept. It definitely needs polish, but that's not unexpected. Great concept and it's pretty solid even as it is. Thanks!