Kamestone has a tendency to pace back and forth on the row or column parallel to that which the player occupies. It has an average speed. Periodically, it will become translucent and will render itself invulnerable to explosions; however, in this state it can still be destroyed with a Trolley.
- The name "Kamēsutōn" comes from the Japanese words "kamēreon", meaning "chameleon", and "sutōn", meaning "stone".
- This enemy first appeared in an earlier Hudson Soft game, Neutopia II.
- Super Bomberman 3 Hudson Soft Guidebook, pg. 27