Today developer Pixel Maniacs announced that its first-person puzzle game ChromaGun will be hitting the PlayStation 4 on August 22nd, 2017.
The PlayStation 4 version of the game will include a few new features not found in the PC version. First and foremost, all of the textures, sound effects, and lighting have been completely remade for the PlayStation 4. In addition to this, the game will take advantage of everything that the DualShock 4 has to offer. This means that not only will it use the controller’s speaker, but it will use the lightbar in order to indicate which type of paint you are using.
ChromaGun is a puzzle game where players are tasked with using a paint gun in order to attract droids to a wall, however these droids can only be attracted to a wall that shares its color. That’s where your gun comes in, with the ability to color white walls either blue, yellow, or red. You’re also able to make new colors by mixing your ammo. If you mix too many colors however, the wall will turn grey, and you’ll have to start over.
ChromaGun was originally released on Steam on February 16th, 2016. A price for the PlayStation 4 version has not been revealed, however, the PC version costs $12.99.