Chrono may refer to:

  • Chrono (series), a video game series, which includes:
    • Chrono Trigger
    • Radical Dreamers
    • Chrono Cross
    • Crono is the main character in the Chrono Trigger game
  • Chrono is a character in the Kurt Vonnegut novel The Sirens of Titan
  • Chrono (Chrono Crusade) or Chrno, the title character from the manga and anime Chrono Crusade
  • Chrono Harlaown is a character in Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha, who also appeared in Triangle Heart: Lyrical Toy Box
  • Chrono Press, an imprint of the German group VDM Publishing devoted to the reproduction of Wikipedia content
  • Chrono Crusade, an manga and anime series by Daisuke Moriyama.
  • Chrono (song), a song by the American Metalcore band The Ghost Inside.
  • Chrono Code, a Tokyopop publication
  • Chrono Quest, a DOS computer game by SCE Studio

Other articles related to "chrono":

Chrono Resurrection - Closure and Aftermath
... Chrono Resurrection was originally set for a Christmas 2004 release ... executives, and hoped the company would see the demo as how the team sees it, a tribute to Chrono Trigger rather than a replacement ... closure "unfortunate" but deduced that Square Enix could not leave the possibility of a "competing" Chrono Trigger remake open ...
Chrono.Naut / Nuclear Guru
... Chrono.Naut / Nuclear Guru is a split EP featuring the bands Electric Wizard and Orange Goblin ... Essentially it is a CD release of Chrono.Naut and Nuclear Guru, which were both released separately on vinyl during 1997 ...
Chrono Resurrection
... Chrono Resurrection, also known as Chrono Trigger Resurrection, is an unreleased, non-profit fangame developed by North American team Resurrection Games under Nathan Lazur's direction ... It is based on the critically acclaimed Super NES role-playing game Chrono Trigger by the Japanese company Square ... which would feature ten scenes from Chrono Trigger and most of its playable characters ...
List Of Characters In Chrono Trigger - Other Appearances - In Chrono Cross
... In Chrono Cross, Crono, Marle, and Lucca make appearances as ghost children ... Kato stated that Crono and Marle's fate "is not thoroughly explained in Chrono Cross" but that the two were likely involved in "some kind of incident" related to the invasion ... their military, though the details were left out of Chrono Cross as they did not directly relate to the sequel ...