By M11k4This set collects all the levels used for Time Trials. It was initially compiled by Tom Patten, but now kept up to date by Miika Toukola. New levels will be added in here for your convenience. This set is also included in the Goodie Bag, though that version might not always be quite as recent as this one. You can also get a ccx file for this set in that release.
So far the set contains 94 levels that have been used for competitions, some more than once. The designers of the levels included have been
Thanks to all of the above, as well as anyone who participated in the competitions. Without you, this set would be pretty meaningless
This file contains a bunch of fun little levels to optimize.
Levels #4, #5, #6 are used for the September 2019 Time Trial, and the rest can be worked on for fun as well.
The inspiration for these files comes from the game Chuck Challenge 3D, so if you have played that game you might find something familiar here.
By chipster1059All entries for the "Walls of CC2" Create Competition held in February 2019.
See contest thread for more info:
By M11k4Here are some levels inspired by CCLP3 that were made for the October 2018 Mini Create Competition.
The concept was to "make about a 9x9 (or a shape that is as small as appropriate for the level) version of a level in CCLP3."
People who sumitted levels include:
As of this first release, the set contains 45 levels, based on a quarter of the full set. Honestly, these were fun to work on. Thanks for everyone for taking part! And you know what? You can still join in and make more of these (send them to me!), and perhaps in some future on some possible time line, there exists a full set of CCLP3 made out of mini versions of levels
By M11k4Here are the two levels used for the January 2019 Time Trial.
Singapore by chipster1059
Rainbow Refraction by Ihavenoname248
Check the thread for more details! (...like that the competition is part of the 2018 Chip Cup and it is run in Lynx!)
By M11k4Here are the levels submitted to the October 2018 Create Competition - Simple as CCLP3.
This first version does not contain designer information, so you can form your opinions on the levels before that and the results are revealed.
We had about seven people make a total of about twenty levels. They are ordered in this set according to the order of their inspirations in CCLP3.
Thanks to all participants! Thanks for playing too! Be sure to share your takes on the levels!
Hope you enjoy!
By quiznos00Results to be released in this thread in about 24 hours!
By JamesThis file contains two competition levels for the May 2018 Time Trial.
Levels originally designed by James Anderson, with modifications by Miika Toukola.
For more details and the eventual rankings, check the competition thread!
By JamesThese are the levels submitted for the 2017/2018 Holiday Create Competition as well as the partners' write-ups about their levels. For more information please see the competition thread.
By M11k4These are the levels submitted for the
February 2018 Create Competition - Walls of CCLP4
Check out the thread for more details, like list of levels and designers.
By M11k4When the Fireballs take over, how long can you survive?
When the Blocks go crazy, how long can you survive?
When your fortress is overrun, how long can you survive?
This set contains the Survival levels that have been used for competitions.
-Cauldron, by Lessinath, from September 2012
-Block Madness, by Lessinath, from April 2013
-Underground Fortress, by Lessinath, from April 2013
-Dance of Death, by Lessinath, from April 2013
-Perpetual Motion, by M11k4, from October 2014
-Impending Demise, by Lessinath, from October 2017
Warning! This set is not for the light-hearted. The objective in each level is to survive without dying or possibly cooking the level. For the sake of your mental health, it is not actually recommended that you even attempt these levels.
You can find more information on the competitions in their respective threads in the competitions sub-forum. A great big thank you to Lessinath for coming up with so many of these levels!
I would say 'enjoy', but with this set it's more appropriate to wish you well!