13. Kid Chameleon
First Release: Kid Chameleon (1992, Sega Mega Drive/Sega Genesis)
Last Release: Kid Chameleon (1992, Sega Mega Drive/Sega Genesis)
We wanna be this kid soooooooooooo bad. Anybody who enters a video game world to save the neighborhood kids is an automatic G. Kid Chameleon had you jumping to and fro, picking up masks that gave you different abilities. Red Stealth let you get all samurai on fools.
This platformer is ripe for a sequel. The platforming can get better and any new masks would mean even more abilities to equip. We'd like to see the graphics get a cartoon sheen with plenty of wild locales to showcase the graphics.
And those 103 levels in the original? Keep 'em in and give us a level editor while you're at it.