Chameleon Run for iPhone is an exciting auto-runner game with plenty of colorful twists that would keep you hooked for hours. The lightning-fast running and really cool jumping mechanics such as head jump and double jump bring plenty of fun into the play. Want to take this amazing game for a spin? Though this auto-runner game comes at $1.99, you have a great chance to download Chameleon Run for free on your iPhone!
Apple is providing free redeem codes for Chameleon Run. It’s easy to jump through the easy process and cash-in-on with this cool opportunity. Without making much ado, let’s walk through these quick steps to download and install Chameleon Run on your iOS device!
How to Download Chameleon Run for Free on iPhone and iPad
Note: Chameleon Run is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod running iOS 7 or later.
Step #1. First off, you need to download the Apple Store app from App Store on your iPhone.
Step #2. Once you have downloaded the app on your iOS device, launch it.
Step #3. Tap on Continue on the screen → Allow “Apple Store App” to access your location.
Step #4. Make sure the Discover tab at the bottom is select—if it’s not already. Next, scroll down to the Exclusively for you. Tap on Download now for free.
Step #5. Tap on Download now for free again. Then, tap on Continue in the popup.
Step #6. Next up, you need to enter your Apple ID password.
Step #7. Now, check out the code to redeem in the App Store. Tap on Redeem at the top right corner.
Once the app has been successfully installed on your device, tap on Done at the top right.
Now, go ahead and make the most of this special game. And make sure to let us know some of the tricks to master this hit game.
As a game lover, you may want to check out these posts as well:
- Best Super Mario Run Alternatives
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- Best Racing Games for iPhone
- Best Tower Defense Games for iPhone and iPad
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