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  1. Results! The king is back. Did you ever leave? 1. pieguy 226 + 171 + 118 = 515 2. Bacorn 226 + 170 + 116 = 512 3. Ihavenoname248 225 + 169 + 117 = 511 4. RB3ProKeys 223 + 168 + 118 = 509 5. ruben 222 + 169 + 117 = 508 5. Miika 223 + 168 + 117 = 508 These small levels proved to have quite a few variations to try, even with such a tool at SuCC. Ruben also sent in Lynx scores of 220 + 169 + 113, plus I had weaker times of 196 + 167 + 104. I enjoyed the ability to discuss the other levels on Discord. We also had a nice spreadsheet collecting everyone's reported scores, thanks for that! I'll try to post new levels for this month within a week. Meanwhile, you can keep talking (and perhaps sharing) your routes on these levels. -Miika -------- Here are pieguy's routes for you to view in SuCC: Search AND Destroy (#4, 226) r-r-l-r-l-r-l-r-r-l-r-l-r-u-r-r-r-r-d-l-d-l-u-u-u-u-u-u-r-u-l-l-r-l-l-r-r-d-d-d-d-d-l-d-l-d-l-r-l-r-l-l-l-d-d-d-r-r-l-l-d-d-d-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-u-u-u---d-d-r-r-r-u-u-u-u-u-u-u-u-l-l-l-r-r-u-u-u-l-l-l-l-l-l-l-d-l-d-d-u-u-l-u-r-r-r-u-r-r-d-d-l-u-u-u-u- Caught on the Flipside (#5, 171) u-r-u-u-u-d-l-l-d-d-r-d-l-d-l-d-d-u-r-r-u-u-l-u-r-d-d-d-d-d-r-r-r-r-l-l-l-l-l-d-l-u-u-d-r-r-u-u-r-r-r-r-l-l-l-l-d-d-l-l-u-u-u-d-r-u-u-l-l-r-u-r-r-r-l-l-l-u-u-u-u-l-l-l-l-r-r-r-r-r-u-r-u-d-d-u-l-l-d-d-l-l-l-l-r-r-r-r-u-u-r-r-d-d-d-u-l-d-d-r-r-r-r-r-d-u-l-l-l-l-d-l-l-l-l-l-l-u-d-r-r-r-r-d-d-l-l-l-l-d- Catalyst (#6, 118) d-l-d-d-d-l-d-l-l-l-l-d-u-l-u-l-u-r-r-r-u-r-r-r-r-r-r-l-l-u-u-u-l-u-l-l-d-d-d-u-u-u-l-l-d-l-d-l-d-r-r-r-d-r-r-l-d-r-r-r-r-u-r-d-d-u-l-l-u-u-u-l-l-l-d-d-l-d-r-r-d-l-u-r-r-r-r-u-r-d-d-d-u-u-l-l-d-d-d-l-l-l-u-u-d-l-d-l-l-l-u-u-r-r-u-l-r-r-r-r-r-u-r-d-d-d-d-u-u-u-l-l-d-d-d-l-l-l-u-u-l-u-r-r-r-r-r-u-r-d-d-d-d-d-r-d-d-l-d-l-l-l-u- Here's also Bacorn's slightly quicker 226 on level 4: r-r-l-r-l-r-l-r-r-u-d-d-r-r-r-r-u-l-d-l-u-u-u-u-u-u-r-u-l-l-r-l-l-d-l-d-d-u-u-l-u-r-r-u-r-d-r-d-d-d-d-d-l-l-d-l-r-l-r-l-l-l-d-d-d-r-r-l-l-d-d-d-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-u-u-u-d-d-r-r-r-u-u-u-u-u-u-u-u-l-l-l-r-r-u-u-l-u-l-l-l-l-u-l-l-d-d-r-d-r-u-u-u-u-u And RB3ProKey's alternate, slightly slower 118 on level 6: d-l-d-d-d-l-d-l-l--ll-u---l-u-l-u-r-r-r-u-r-r-d-l-r-u-r-r-r-r-r-l-d-l-d-d-d-l-l-l-u-u-d-u-d-d-l-l-l-u-u-r-r-u-r-r-r-r-r-r-u-r-d-d-u-l-u-u-l-u-l-l-l-d-d-u-u-l-l-l-d-l-d-r-r-r-d-r-r-r-r-r-u-r-d-d-d-u-u-u-l-l-u-u-l-u-l-l-l-l-d-r-r-d-d-l-d-r-r-r-r-r-u-r-d-d-d-d-u-u-u-l-l-d-d-d-l-l-l-u-u-l-u-r-r-r-r-r-u-r-d-d-d-d-d-r-d-d-l-d-l-l-l-u
  2. No, as the KKK would have more trouble travelling through walls. How does Chip's vision work? Can he see things around him diagonally? Can he see farther than 4-9 tiles in a direction? Can he see over or around stuff? Does he see his reflection on ice blocks? Why does he keep looking at me?
  3. Well clearly he throws parties, but all the guests get lost in the rooms of the clubhouse. Speaking of which, why does this clubhouse have so many rooms?!
  4. The Time has come! The Trial is upon us! We have some goodies lined up for you this fall in the form of great levels for competitions! We are kicking things off with some that Jeffrey made and were inspired by levels in Chuck's Challenge 3D. Get the levels here! The levels used for the traditional part of this competition are #4 Search AND Destroy, #5 Caught on the Flipside, and #6 Catalyst. Please send your solutions to me and keep your times secret from others until the competition results are announced. Sounds straight-forward, but why did I use the word 'traditional' in there? If you think it implies some sort of change happening, you'd be right! The file linked above actually contains 14 levels to play. We could have spread these over a course of months, or use some as a mini time trial. But we're doing something similar but new. We are incorporating Discord chat into this competition. It's the modern way to go. So here's how it's going to work. Optimize the levels above as usual, play them in TW or MSCC and send me your solution. You can send them to me through email, or simply in a PM on Discord. We will also open up a channel for discussing the competitions (not limited to this one). There you can post the times you find for the other levels in the set, perhaps using spoiler tags so others aren't, you know, spoiled, by your scores. For these times, you may also use SuCC, which means you only need to find the route for the best time, and (at least this month) you don't need to play out your route in real time! It would be nice if you could keep track of your scores and perhaps post them all here in one post, but maybe this is not absolutely required. The main objective here is to have fun together playing CC! Chip Cup points will be awarded for the actual competition, and for finding bold routes on the other levels. We'll figure out the minor details as we go, so I won't bother posting all the technical rules, but rather ask (on Discord!) if you want a ruling or clarification on something. You can keep these things in mind though: Levels where you send in your solutions and wait for results: #4, #5, #6. The competition is primary in MS, but you can also send in your Lynx solutions. For the other levels, you don't need to optimize all of them, just the ones you want. You will be rewarded for finding bold routes on your own, not necessarily being the first to do so. Freely post your scores for any other levels you find routes for. If you post them all in one place, they would be easier to track. This competition ends by the end of September. Enjoy! -Miika
  5. CCZ-TT-1909.ccl View File 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. Submitter M11k4 Submitted 09/07/2019 Category Competitions  
  6. M11k4

    Miika's scores

    CCLP3: #102: 386 (+16, b+6, joint w/ JA, Triple Alarm) #147: 513 (+1, b+1, Avalanche) Happy birthday to myself.
  7. Great to see you posting all your scores and hear that you are enjoying CC again
  8. So a funny thing happened. When I posted the results above, the next day I realized a mistake. I noticed it the next day, but was too busy and distracted to rectify it immediately. It was also fun to watch if anyone else would notice it, but honestly it's buried in there and why would anyone else bother? The mistake has to do with the last competition, which awarded points a little differently and I didn't count any points for Jeffrey. Restoring these points gives you the sole victory of the season! Congrats Here are the corrected Chip Cup points for 2017: 1. Ihavenoname248 3 _9 _8 13 3 15 __ 11 13 12 11 _7 =105 WV 2. M11k4_________ 3 15 __ 13 2 __ _7 15 _7 10 15 11 = 98 VWVVW 3. rubenspaans___ 3 _9 12 10 2 10 _3 13 _8 __ 11 __ = 81 4. Bacorn________ _ 12 __ _8 _ __ __ _9 __ __ __ __ = 29 5. RB3ProKeys____ 3 __ _5 __ _ __ _8 __ 11 __ __ __ = 28 6. ajmiam________ _ __ 15 __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ 11 = 26 VW 7. Flareon350____ _ __ 10 __ _ __ 12 __ __ __ __ __ = 22 7. Xindictive____ _ _7 __ _7 _ _8 __ __ __ __ __ __ = 22 9. James_________ 3 __ __ __ _ __ __ __ 15 __ __ __ = 18 V 10. 263739________ _ __ __ __ _ __ 15 __ __ __ __ __ = 15 V 10. BlazingApollo_ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ __ __ 15 __ __ = 15 V 12. geodave_______ _ __ _4 __ _ __ __ __ _9 __ __ __ = 13 13. Kevin_________ _ __ __ __ _ 12 __ __ __ __ __ __ = 12 14. Markus________ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ 11 = 11 W 14. Chipster1059__ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ 11 = 11 W 16. H2O___________ _ __ __ __ _ __ 10 __ __ __ __ __ = 10 17. tjrowe________ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ _7 __ __ __ __ = 7 17. ElaineSpencer_ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ _7 = 7 19. Cyberdog______ _ _6 __ __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ = 6 19. Bowman________ _ __ _6 __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ = 6 19. "PASTA!"______ _ __ __ __ _ __ _6 __ __ __ __ __ = 6 22. MyDisplayName_ _ __ __ __ _ __ _5 __ __ __ __ __ = 5 22. mobius________ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ _5 = 5 24. IceyLava108___ _ __ __ __ _ __ _4 __ __ __ __ __ = 4 25. jblewis_______ 3 __ __ __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ = 3 But now it's time to also reveal the points for 2018: 1. Ihavenoname248: 7 + 15 + 15 + 1 + 15 + 10 + 15+5 = 83 VVVV 2. M11k4: 11 + 12 + 15 + 13 + 5+5 = 61 WV 3. chipster1059: 11 + 7 + 7 + 5 + 8 + 12+5 = 55 W 4. Bacorn: 10 + 12 + 2 + 16 = 40 V 5. H2O: 7 + 12 + 15 = 34 V 6. ajmiam: 11 + 10 + 12 = 33 W 7. RB3ProKeys: 4 + 4 + 8 + 10+5 = 31 8. geodave: 1 + 12 + 7+5 = 25 9 jblewis: 8 + 13 = 21 10. rubenspaans: 8 + 5 + 8 = 21 11. Flareon350: 8 + 10 = 18 12. Markus: 11 + 6 = 17 W 13. mobius: 5 + 3 + 6 = 14 14. Indyindeed: 8+5 = 13 15. ElaineSpencer: 7 + 6 = 13 16. ncrecc: 7 = 7 17. quiznos00: 6 = 6 18. Gavin: 1 = 1 Congrats to Jeffrey for keeping the Chip Cup again! The points system awards regular participation, but you also won half the events of the year. Well done! I adjusted the scores for mobius and ncrecc for the May 2018 Create Comp, as they had originally been marked down as receiving 6 and 5 points, though the standard scheme is 7 and 6. You'll notice that the first column is repeated from the last column of 2017, as was intended during the competition, but I'm not repeating that result in the summary below: February 2018 Time Trial (Acid Pocket & Sludge Report) 1. Ihavenoname248 15pts 373+251= 624 2. M11k4 12pts 369+253= 622 (344+240=584 LX) 3. Bacorn 10pts 374+246= 620 4. rubenspaans 8pts 364+244= 608 LX 5. chipster1059 7pts 348+202= 550 February 2018 Create Competition - Walls of CCLP4 1. Ihavenoname248 15pts (Another Perspective) 2. Bacorn 12pts (Flaming Loop) 3. ajmiam 10pts (Instigate and Exfiltrate) 4. Flareon350 8pts (Abandoned Thrift Store) 5. chipster1059 7pts (In the Hive) 6. Markus 6pts (Boot Burglar) 7. rubenspaans 5pts (Complex Complex) 8. RB3ProKeys 4pts (Candy Boy) April 2018 Create Competition - Pushing New Ideas 1. M11k4 15pts (Ode to a Tank for Total Dummies) 2. ajmiam 12pts (Total Eclipse of the Post) 3. Flareon350 10pts (Mysterious Geoglyph) 4. jblewis 8pts (Salsa Verde) 5. H2O 7pts (Inpulero) 6. quiznos00 6pts (Blocko's Modern Life) 7. chipster1059 5pts (Can You See the Block?) 8. RB3ProKeys 4pts (Streets of Minihattan) 9. mobius 3pts (Blockbeard's Revenge) 10. Bacorn 2pts (Hook and Warp) 11. Gavin 1pnt (Paradox Sokoban) 12. geodave 1pnt (Destroy My Fortress) 0. IHNN 1pnt (Delirium) May 2018 Create Competition - Back to Basics 1. Ihavenoname248 15pts (Iceburn & Ruin Rush & Control Room & Filled Out in Triplicate & Thermal) 2. H2O 12pts (Soaked in H2O & Blend Together & Amber Gambler & Secluded Waters & So Classic) 3. jblewis 10pts (Slow Motion Hallway Fight Sequence & You Break It You Buy It & Prism Prison & Perfect Crime) 4. chipster1059 8pts (Shared Closet & Crushing Insects with Hammers) 5. ncrecc 7pts (Incredible Surreality & Now That's What I Call Railroading & Wheatley's Test) 6. mobius 6pts (Derailed) May 2018 Time Trial (AlphaZero vs. Pieguy World Championship Match Live on Twitch & A Square Is Just A Degenerate Rectangle) 1. Bacorn 15pts 722 + 469 = 1,191 +1 bonus 2. M11k4 13pts 723 + 467 = 1,190 (-1) (721/462 LX) +1 bonus 3. Ihavenoname248 10pts 722 + 462 = 1,184 (-7) 4. rubenspaans 8pts 723 + 457 = 1,180 (-11) (722/452 LX) 5. RB3ProKeys 7pts 721 + 451 = 1,172 (-19) +1 bonus August 2018 Create Competition - Multiplayer Madness 1. H2O 15pts (Split 1 & Split 2 & Split 3 & Split 4) 2. geodave 12pts (Splitsville) October 2018 Create Competition - Simple as CCLP3 1. Ihavenoname248 15pts (Spiraling Out of Control & Qualification Circuit & Rainbow Refraction) 2. chipster1059 12pts (Toggle Box & Flame Mixture & Singapore) 3. RB3ProKeys 10pts (After the Avalanche) 4. Indyindeed 8pts (Knockturn Alley & In Deepest Slumber) 5. geodave 7pts (Suspended Animé) 6. ElaineSpencer 6pts (Annoying Blob) 0. M11k4 5pts (Mini Pearl Diving & Mini Checkers & Mini Game & Avalanche for Dummies) 0. anonymous 0pts (Sna Lad & Was Spa & Cvs & DnQ) NEW MINI CREATE COMP (Simple as CCLP3 continued) 5pts Indyindeed 5pts geodave 5pts chipster1059 5pts Flareon350 5pts Ihavenoname248 5pts M11k4 What a blast! I know 2019 has been pretty busy and we haven't been able to organize nearly as many competitions as we would have liked. However, we hope to change that this fall! I have a good amount of Time Trial levels saved up, several ideas for Create Comps, and some other ideas too. All I need is a bit of time to organize these. Thanks to everyone who has helped organize these things in the past! Your work and efforts have been greatly appreciated. Of course thanks also to everyone who has and keeps participating in these silly things, as without that this all would be pointless. 😉 Keep chipping! -Miika P.S. I guess I also have to announce that just in case there aren't 'enough' competitions for this year, the Chip Cup will continue over to next year. This is a concept that has been around since the start, but we've never had to implement it, and the details haven't been worked out. One structure I had in mind was to keep a running tally of the last dozen or so competitions, with a minimum of all the competitions from the past 12 months, and the person with the most Chip Cup points during that time period would be "in possession of the Chip Cup".
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    I finally put together some CC2 levels. There are 16 levels here for now. I wasn't sure if I should call it something like Fairfair or Provingrounds, so I just went with something which could contain in my own name for once. The first two are actual levels that are not ported from CC1. However, neither puzzle was completely created by myself. (see the first two preview pictures) Thanks to pieguy for allowing me to play around with his design from years ago. For the other one, I didn't try to ask for approval. Most of the rest of the levels are simple ports from my CC1 levels. They are not my best CC1 levels, but the ones that were both easy to port and I liked for some reason. I also threw in three levels I had made and released for CC2 create competitions, mainly to have them in one place (and I don't plan on releasing many CC2 sets). I guess I submit these levels to be included in CC2LP1. More importantly, I hope you take a quick look and see if there is something here that could give you a few moments of enjoyment, puzzlement and escapism. Hope you enjoy! -Miika
  10. Nice to see the results! (I must say, any delays in them were due to me and not Chipster!) I didn't solve the other levels as they used a lot of the fancy CC2 stuff and were too complicated for me. I do want to reply about my own entry though. I didn't know it mattered where I wrote the short comment. I made the level for three rule sets, so it was simplest to keep it in the hint field. The hint text is also a bit of a misdirect, as the puzzle aspect also applies to the upper area of the level. Or at least that was the idea, which didn't really work out. I was hoping that if the dodging in the upper area was too difficult, you could alter the tank movements in such a way that visiting the top area more than once made it easier. Maybe this works in MS but not really in Lynx or CC2. Had this not been a "walls of" creation, I would definitely have made the upper area also have a simpler way to solve it with maybe some more safe spots. Removing that one horizontally moving tank (on the fifth row) was something I considered, but doing so just took away all the stuff I found interesting in that area, so I left it in. In hind sight, I should have removed the one that was on the third row (or even pointed it in the other direction, giving the player a better visual queue based on the lower tank). I didn't add any bonus flags either, because I believe not every CC2 level needs to have them. I did experiment with them in the upper area of the level, but decided against them for compatibility with CC1. Perhaps overall my mistake was to even try making such a level. When one tank movement worked nicely in one rule set, the collisions in another rendered it different or even unsolvable. Thanks for the feedback and the judging! A big thanks to Ryan for making all these template sets! It does sound like it wasn't always a small task, but they really did help out! I know I was inspired by going through your set, not the original.
  11. Ok, let's fix the results from last time! I know I've said I've been busy, but this is ridiculous. There's no excuse for me not fixing this the same day I posted the above message. Back then I posted on Discord that the results are posted, and Bacorn pretty quickly pointed out that he wasn't in the rankings. I found his entry in my spam folder, which was a bit odd since we had messaged each other from the same addresses. Indy also mentioned he played the levels, but I wasn't able to get a confirmation from him that he'd like to be ranked here (with his quick attempt of 629 on the second level). 1. rubenspaans____ 15pts (240 + 645 = 885) 2. Bacorn_________ 12pts (240 + 643 = 883) 3. M11k4__________ 10pts (240 + 641 = 881) 4. Ihavenoname248__ 8pts (236 + 644 = 880) 5. Reynaldi________ 7pts (236 + 628 = 864) 6. Motekopasznyaku_ 6pts (237 + 0 = 237) Next I really want to start the new TT, as these cool levels are piling up and nobody is seeing them! Hopefully I get to that before the month is over... -Miika
  12. M11k4

    Miika's scores

    CCLP3 #149: 810 (+13, bc, Mr. McCallahan Presents) CCLP3 #117: 642 (+22, bc, Mice Are Good for Something) CCLP3 L #117: 628 L (+12, b+10, Mice Are Good for Something)
  13. Ok, let's get these results into the world! I've been a bit busy, but it's almost been two weeks since the deadline, so I'll just post what happened without posting the routes to YouTube. Without further ramblings.... 1. rubenspaans____ 15pts (240 + 645 = 885) 2. M11k4__________ 12pts (240 + 641 = 881) 3. Ihavenoname248_ 10pts (236 + 644 = 880) 4. Reynaldi________ 8pts (236 + 628 = 864) 5. Motekopasznyaku_ 7pts (237 + 0 = 237) Congrats to Ruben! we all knew you could show us how it's done in Lynx! Also a congrats to IHNN for winning the Chip Cup 2018! (I'll get around to posting more details on that.) Thanks to all participants! I'm working on getting the routes released for your satisfaction, as well as the new TT announced. -Miika
  14. A funny thing happened with the Chip Cup 2016 points, as Jeffrey and I tied for the win with 101 points. Then a funny thing happened, when I later went back and checked those calculations, and noticed that I actually had 102 points. I let it go, as the results were already announced and over a year old. Then a funny thing happened today as I decided to check the 2016 scores again, but this time I got 101 points for both of us again. I tried looking through the threads if I missed a bonus score of some sort but couldn't find it. I guess I was simply mistaken in my calculations on the second pass at the scores. I bring all that up now because a funny thing happened with the Chip Cup 2017 scores. I thought it was finally time to calculate who won the Chip Cup in 2017. It was a close race with the same culprits, and I piled up the scores to discover a new tie at 96 points. Yes, both Jeffrey and I were tied again for the Chip Cup! But then a funny things happened. I noticed that in the May 2017 Create Competition, some players were awarded the wrong amount of points. Instead of a scheme of 15,12,10,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1,1,1... the seven point position was omitted and five players were awarded one points less than was intended. I could leave that as was announced if it only affected myself, but I don't think it would be fair for the other four participants, so I would rather fix the mistake. I guess that leaves me as the sole winner of the 2017 Chip Cup! Yay! But wait, a funny thing happened. I hadn't calculated the Early Bird bonuses yet. These were an extra Chip Cup point that debuted in 2017 for sending in a submission way ahead of the deadline. Jeffrey had two of these and I had only one. Yes, after checking all the scores, we are tied for the Chip Cup of 2017 at 98 points each. Funny things happen Below is a summary of all the competitions for 2017 and their Chip Cup points, and the ranking for the participants for the whole year. (V is for untied victory, W is for a tied win, much like + and + were used in older lists.) 1. M11k4_________ 3 15 __ 13 2 __ _7 15 _7 10 15 11 = 98 VWVVW 1. Ihavenoname248 3 _9 _8 13 3 15 __ 11 13 12 11 __ = 98 WV 3. rubenspaans___ 3 _9 12 10 2 10 _3 13 _8 __ 11 __ = 81 4. Bacorn________ _ 12 __ _8 _ __ __ _9 __ __ __ __ = 29 5. RB3ProKeys____ 3 __ _5 __ _ __ _8 __ 11 __ __ __ = 28 6. ajmiam________ _ __ 15 __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ 11 = 26 VW 7. Flareon350____ _ __ 10 __ _ __ 12 __ __ __ __ __ = 22 7. Xindictive____ _ _7 __ _7 _ _8 __ __ __ __ __ __ = 22 9. James_________ 3 __ __ __ _ __ __ __ 15 __ __ __ = 18 V 10. 263739________ _ __ __ __ _ __ 15 __ __ __ __ __ = 15 V 10. BlazingApollo_ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ __ __ 15 __ __ = 15 V 12. geodave_______ _ __ _4 __ _ __ __ __ _9 __ __ __ = 13 13. Kevin_________ _ __ __ __ _ 12 __ __ __ __ __ __ = 12 14. Markus________ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ 11 = 11 W 14. Chipster1059__ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ 11 = 11 W 16. H2O___________ _ __ __ __ _ __ 10 __ __ __ __ __ = 10 17. tjrowe________ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ _7 __ __ __ __ = 7 17. ElaineSpencer_ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ _7 = 7 19. Cyberdog______ _ _6 __ __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ = 6 19. Bowman________ _ __ _6 __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ = 6 19. "PASTA!"______ _ __ __ __ _ __ _6 __ __ __ __ __ = 6 22. MyDisplayName_ _ __ __ __ _ __ _5 __ __ __ __ __ = 5 22. mobius________ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ _5 = 5 24. IceyLava108___ _ __ __ __ _ __ _4 __ __ __ __ __ = 4 25. jblewis_______ 3 __ __ __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ = 3 January Mini Time Trial - Twice the Fun 3pts Ihavenoname248 (535 MS) 3pts J.B. Lewis____ (535 MS, 530 Lynx) 3pts James_________ (535 MS) 3pts M11k4_________ (534 MS, 530 Lynx) 3pts rubenspaans___ (530 Lynx) 3pts RB3ProKeys____ (521 MS) February 2017 Time Trial (What Lies Beneath & The Half-Living Corpse) 1st M11k4_________ 15pts (305 + 298 = 603 MS ; 305 + 295 = 600 LX) 2nd Bacorn________ 12pts (302 + 295 = 597 MS) 3rd Ihavenoname248_ 9pts (303 + 293 = 596 MS) 3rd rubenspaans____ 9pts (304 + 292 = 596 LX) 5th Xindictive_____ 7pts (282 + 268 = 550 MS) 6th Cyberdog_______ 6pts (283 + 265 = 548 MS) February 2017 Create Competition - Walls of CCLP1 1st ajmiam_________ 15pts (Sticky Controls) 2nd rubenspaans____ 12pts (Bomb Blockade) 3rd Flareon350_____ 10pts (Warehouse of Lost Hopes and Dreams) 4th Ihavenoname248__ 8pts (Choice Tools) 5th Bowman__________ 6pts (Key Party) 6th RB3ProKeys______ 5pts (Eden) 7th geodave_________ 4pts (Headbanger Walls) March 2017 Time Trial (Deflection Field & Encased, Just in Case) 1. Ihavenoname248 13pts 143 + 118 = 261 -- M11k4_________ 13pts 143 + 118 = 261 (118 + 143 = 261 Lynx) 3. rubenspaans___ 10pts 141 + 118 = 259 Lynx 4. Bacorn_________ 8pts 140 + 116 = 256 5. Xindictive_____ 7pts 132 + 66 = 198 March Mini Time Trial - Choice Tools 3pts Ihavenoname248 (365) 2pts rubenspaans___ (354 Lynx and others) 2pts M11k4_________ (347; 345 Lynx and others) April 2017 Time Trial - Random No More 1. Ihavenoname248 15pts 915 +(239)+ (0) + 243 +(906)-> 1158 MS 2. Kevin_________ 12pts (0) + 241 + (0) + (0) + 905 -> 1146 MS 3. rubenspaans___ 10pts (0) + 243 + (0) +(241)+ 882 -> 1125 Lynx 4. Xindictive_____ 8pts 880 + 214 + (0) + (0) + (0) -> 1094 MS May 2017 Create Competition - Simply A-Maze-Ing (1st) 263739_______ 15pts TOTALLY RANDOM MAZE (CC2) (2nd) Flareon350___ 12pts Transparent Blur (CC1) (3rd) H2O__________ 10pts ICE MAIDEN (CC2) (4th) RB3ProKeys____ 8pts Topiary (CC1) (5th) M11k4_________ 7pts A Fractal Maze (CC1) (6th) "PASTA!"______ 6pts I'm a Maze(d)! (CC1) (7th) MyDisplayName_ 5pts TO MAZE OR NOT TO MAZE (CC2) (8th) IceyLava108___ 4pts Find the Exit (CC1) (9th) rubenspaans___ 3pts The Island (CC1) May 2017 Time Trial (Frozen Polyominoes & Linked Lite) 1. M11k4_________ 15pts 191*2 + 302 = 684 (198MS & 306MS) 2. rubenspaans___ 12pts 188*2 + 300 = 676 +1 early bird 3. Ihavenoname248 10pts 189*2 + 296 = 674 +1 early bird 4. Bacorn_________ 8pts 186*2 + 288 = 658 +1 early bird 5. tjrowe_________ 7pts 193MS & 276MS -> ??? Lynx April 2017 Create Competition - The Five Rooms 1. James__________ 15pts One Hundred Candle Bonfire 2. Ihavenoname248_ 12pts Unlicensed Archaeology +1 early bird 3. RB3ProKeys_____ 10pts Testing Room A: Subject #2357 +1 early bird 4. geodave_________ 8pts The Full Dave +1 early bird 5. rubenspaans_____ 7pts Dodgy Dodging +1 early bird 6. M11k4___________ 6pts Miika's Five Rooms +1 early bird October 2017 Survival Competition (Impending Demise) 1. M11k4_________ 15pts (868) 2. rubenspaans___ 11pts (954) 2. Ihavenoname248 11pts (958) Holiday Create 2017/2018 - Stop, Collaborate and Listen 1. M11k4 and Markus_______ 11pts each "Four Blocks and a Baby" -- ajmiam and chipster1059 11pts each "THE GIFT OF GIVING" 3. IHNN and ElaineSpencer__ 7pts each "Holiday Spirits" 4. chipster1059 and mobius_ 5pts to mobius "LEGGO-MY-KEYS" Looking back at those results, it seems 2017 was quite the year. Thanks for everyone who participated in the competition and special thanks to those of you who helped organize all these events! The Chip Cup 2018 is just finishing and a summary of those results will be posted here soon. (Spoiler warning: no tie this time!) -Miika
  15. In the beginning Chuck created the Chip's Challenge. Now the game has come to us in many forms and we've filled many empty levels with tiles. Then Chuck said "Let there be Chip's Challenge 2". Chuck saw that the game had fans, so it was eventually released to us on Steam. There was the newsgroup and there was CC Zone — the places for all your CC needs. One of those needs is the need for a Walls of competition in February. This year it's time to explore the levels of CC2 through this lense. Your task is to pick a level from CC2 and use its arrangement of walls to create a new level. You can pick any level from the range #1-#200, then delete anything you want except for any walls, and finally rebuild it into a new level. If you wish, you can also pick another prominent tile in the level and replace it with some other tile exactly. Not all the levels in the set are ideal candidates for this exercise, but with more levels than the other sets we've used, there should still be plenty of choices available for your ideas. I also realize that there are more types of walls in CC2 than there are in CC1, so you can use your own judgement on what to count as a wall. Random 8 is working on a template set for your convenience, so a large thank you in that direction! Some basic notes: Make a level or two for playing in CC2 from the walls of one of the levels in CC2. Send in your submissions to me at valeosote at hotmail dot com. The deadline for the competition is March 3rd where you live. The entries will be judged by chipster1059. THANKS! If you are so inspired, you can also make a CC1 level from the walls, but these levels might not be ranked in the competition. If you have any questions, speak boldly! Enjoy! -Miika Some technical notes:
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