Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

Break up the tedium of the Tube

Chroma.jpg

Finally, commuters could soon be looking a lot less glum when travelling on the Tube. Londoners, or even those frequently visiting the capital, can take part in a brand new online multiplayer game that offers players the chance to ‘capture’ stations on the city’s world-famous Underground.

Called Chromaroma, the game uses Oyster cards and Cycle Hire Scheme keys to tap individual players in and out of Tube stops.

Gamers are divided into four colour-coded teams, with players on each team gaining points for tapping in or out of a station.The team with the most taps at that moment “owns” that station.

At the end of the season, the team that owns the most stations is crowned the victor.

The game, which launched earlier this month, enables players to participate either as themselves or a fictional character, and features additional missions alongside the point-scoring, as well as access to a vibrant online community all centred on the greatest city in the world. At long last, travelling on the Tube is made fun.

www.chromaroma.com

Photobucket

Related

Batman.jpg

Games to get in 2011

3DS.jpg

The five 3DS games to buy

x-men_origins_wolverine_video_game_image__11_.jpg

Video games better than the movie they came from

Comments

More

Watch the brilliant launch trailer for the Rick and Morty VR game

This is awesome

by Matt Tate
20 Apr 2017

Nintendo reportedly planning to release a SNES mini this year

Inevitable, but obviously awesome

19 Apr 2017

NBA Playgrounds is basically NBA Jam and it looks amazing

Can't wait for this one

by Matt Tate
13 Apr 2017

Official Rick and Morty VR game launches next week

4/20, because of course

by Matt Tate
13 Apr 2017

Watch the leaked trailer for Star Wars: Battlefront II

Get it before it's gone

by Matt Tate
12 Apr 2017

Remembering the lost joy of video game demo disks

Buying a magazine used to be the most exciting day of the month

by Matt Tate
11 Apr 2017

Microsoft reveals exactly how powerful its next Xbox is going to be

Project Scorpio is a beast

by Matt Tate
06 Apr 2017

5 video games you need to play in April

A month of genre-defining classics, indie innovation and lots of nostalgia

by Matt Tate
04 Apr 2017

You can play 'Ms. Pac-Man' on Google Maps because of April Fools' Day

One of the few decent April Fools out there

by Gary Ogden
31 Mar 2017

Presenting the Nintendo SwitchCube (which you definitely want)

This has to go further than Photoshop

by Matt Tate
28 Mar 2017