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Chip's Challenge
Publisher: US Gold     Developer: Images Software
Year of release: 1990

Box scan missing - can you help? Chip's Challenge Game music missing - can you help?
Genres : Puzzle

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# 18 - Jan 91

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doctor shred wrote ...2007-03-15 10:15:08
You could get this on the ST? I had the Lynx version which was and still is one of the best puzzlers of all time. I never completed it but I got to level 102.
Matt Bailey wrote ...2006-04-20 03:48:12
One of the best puzzle games ever! It's that simple. I loved this game and it has to sit up there with Lemmings for me.
zx_b wrote ...2004-04-15 16:39:58
this game is in BOWEP oin win3.1
David Vaughan wrote ...2003-01-09 19:11:55
I remember this game. Except, I never saw the Atari ST version until I found the emulation. The first time I saw the PC version of Chip's Challenge was when I first started learning how to use Microsoft Windows 95. The Compaq computer that my brother let me borrow had a floppy disk entitled "Best of Entertainment Pack." It had a few games on it and one of them in the pack was Chip's Challenge. I tend to like the Atari ST version more than the PC version. It's also a great puzzle game but can get frustrating at times when you can't figure out what to do on hard puzzles. Chip's Challenge can be found on Fuzion compact disk 47, Bad Brew Crew compact disk 41, Medway Boys compact disk 107, Superior compact disk 58C and Pompey Pirates compact disk 76.
The Pacifist wrote ...2001-12-19 17:56:19
Yes! One of my favourite games ever! The only crimes are 1) No level editor. This was fixed with the PC version, but it lost the graphics and sound in the process and 2) A couple of levels "Danger Ahead" (I think) were actually impossible to complete due to a misplaced wall. However, it's one of the few games which really gets you thinking about how to complete a level, and you just keep coming back to it!