Neon Chrome

Neon Chrome

is a ruthless twin-stick top-down shooter with procedurally generated levels and destructible environment.
  • Completely destructible environment
  • Persistent character development using loot from your runs
  • Enemies ranging from security guards to massive boss hover tanks
  • Perk system in the form of cybernetic enhancements
  • Procedurally generated levels - endless replayability
  • Over a dozen weapons
  • Discover & unlock enhancements, abilities and weapons
  • Experiment with level editor & mods

Neon Chrome was created by 10tons - the company behind the cult hit game Crimsonland.


Use your looted credits to permanently improve your stats like health, luck and damage. Your character also improves with guns and cybernetics during a run. Visit your nearest upgrade station and select from a choice of over four dozen enhancements. The enhancements range from health and protection improvements to defense and assault systems - and far beyond.


After each death the game will generate a completely new path always ending in a final showdown. The Overseer controlling everything trusts his obedient minions to end your journey before you reach him. Your path will be a mix of randomly generated futuristic environments and hand crafted challenges.
Before each run you choose one of three randomized "assets". The asset is a unique combination of class, weapon, and ability. Each one a bit different - everyone as good as dead. They will have all your permanent stat improvements in addition to their original qualities. The sneaky assassin with mines or the robust corp soldier with incendiary grenades? The choice is up to you.


Almost everything in Neon Chrome can be destroyed with weapons or cybernetic abilities. You’ll shoot through walls, make rooms explode, and obliterate whole floors while blasting your way through the building.
Overcome the latest killing solutions ranging from armed security to lethal assault drones and cyborgs. The building hosts a small army and even devastating military robots. To make your way to the top you also need to overcome handcrafted combat and puzzle challenges.


If your friends would like to help you bringing down the Overseer Neon Chrome supports 2-4 players in shared screen local co-op!


Armed with your skills, weapons, and cybernetic abilities you’ll have a fighting chance of stopping the Overseer. Go on, venture into the Neon Chrome and remember: Death is always a new procedurally generated beginning.
Minimum Requirements
OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
Processor: 2 Ghz
Memory: 2048 MB RAM
Graphics: SM 3.0+
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 200 MB available space
Minimum Requirements
OS: OS X 10.8+ recommended
Processor: 2 Ghz
Memory: 2048 MB RAM
Graphics: SM 3.0+
Storage: 200 MB available space
Minimum Requirements
OS: Ubuntu 16.04 or SteamOS
Processor: 2 Ghz
Memory: 2048 MB RAM
Graphics: SM 3.0+
Storage: 500 MB available space
  • As long as you can look past a few design flaws and don’t mind slightly dated graphics, Neon Chrome is a game for anyone who wants strategy and destruction in a single package.

  • Neon Chrome, is a superbly challenging, but rewarding experience. It may not be the prettiest game, but with it’s addictive RPG mechanics, large variety of strategic options in both roles and weapons, and fantastic cyberpunk atmosphere, I can wholeheartedly recommend Neon Chrome to anyone who might be interested in giving it a try. It is, quite simply, a great game.

  • It’s fast, it’s frantic and it’s hairy, but Neon Chrome will undoubtedly keep you coming back for more!

  • Neon Chrome makes good use of the cyberpunk setting, but remains light on story. While the grind is real, the game shows real promise in couch cooperative play. If twin-stick shooters are your thing, you could do much worse than Neon Chrome.

  • Quotation forthcoming.

  • If you're really big into top-down shooters give Neon Chrome a shot, otherwise maybe wait for some local couch warriors to help out before diving in.

  • Neon Chrome has a handful of bizarre shortcomings, which is surprising since this is the game from the makers of Crimsonland. Nevertheless, just like Leap of Fate, it brings new ideas to its stagnating genre.

  • Neon Chrome is a fun but flawed roguelike. The frenetic gameplay and the multiplayer make it ideal for lovers of the genre, but an often imprecise level design mortifies its ambitions.

  • If you're into the 80's neon-filled culture and new wave music, then Neon Chrome might just very well be the perfect little game to play over the weekend.

  • The long tail of Neon Chrome's progression system is too much to ask for its plain and repetitive combat. It's a carrot on a stick that doesn't offer enough joy or spectacle along the way.

Neon Chrome
$14.99 $5.17
Title: Neon Chrome
Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie, RPG
Released: 28 April 2016
Developer: 10tons Ltd
Publisher: 10tons Ltd
  • Single-player
  • Multi-player
  • Steam Achievements
  • Steam Cloud
  • Steam Trading Cards
  • Steam Workshop
  • Includes level editor
  • Full controller support
  • Shared/Split Screen
  • Remote Play on TV
  • Remote Play Together
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