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Tile World

Tile World Windows Chip's Challenge - Lesson 1

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Tile World is a freeware, open-source recreation of the classic puzzle game Chip's Challenge. It requires a file from the Windows 3.x port to play the original levels, but one version is available with a custom set of the best puzzles created by the fan community. The player can choose at the start between two rule sets, one based on the very first version of the game for the Atari Lynx, and another based on the Windows port. There's support for custom levels created with ChipEdit and other level editors not included with this remake.

The graphics and sounds are replaced with new, enhanced assets, but the gameplay remains the same, where the objective is to guide the main character through a labyrinth viewed from above, collecting all sorts of tools and color-coded keys to open new passages and escape to the next level. Most levels have a time limit to solve them, and require a specific amount of chips to be collected before the exit teleporter is revealed.

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Tile World Windows "Friends and Enemies" - A short introductory level from a set with basic tutorial puzzles created by <moby developer="Brian Raiter">Brian Raiter</moby>.
Tile World Windows Chip's Challenge - Nuts and Bolts
Tile World Windows Chip's Challenge - Green switches
Tile World Windows Chip's Challenge - Flamethrower

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