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  1. CCLP3 (MS) 092: 405 (+79, b) [Bolkonski] 131: 656 (+125, b) [Mental Blocks] 6,060,170 (121 bolds)
  2. CCLP3 (MS) 087: 397 (+1, b) [Block and Key] 6,058,130 (119 bolds) Thanks Shane for being my rubber duck for this route.
  3. CCLP3 (MS) 111: 629 (+5, bc) [Bustin' Out] 6,058,120 (118 bolds)
  4. Two quick things- 1. The main way the scorekeepers that there's a score to update is the new post notification. It's better to type the scores into, say, a notepad file and then paste the contents into a post all at once (allowing multiple days of scores to be aggregated). CCZone also saves posts in progress, now that I'm thinking about it, so Notepad is unneeded. 2. Negative scores are treated as "0", which just means solved for an untimed level. This is because untimed levels having times stems from T-Chip, which gave a time limit of 999 in MSCC. Obviously, a score of 0 or below would run out of time under T-Chip, and so lower scores aren't tracked. (My Pain Lynx score is about -20, fwiw)
  5. To play CC1 custom levels, Tile World is the easiest option.
  6. CCLP4 (MS) 077: 504 (+4, bc) [Brick Block Facility] 6,111,310 (147 bolds)
  7. CC1 (Lynx) 125: [822] (+72, b+1) [Mixed Nuts] I thought there was a record here way back in 2014. Didn't expect it to be in Lynx.
  8. The solution is embedded in the level file. If you open it in the editor and then hit F3 (or select "Replay" under the appropriate menu) it will play back that solution.
  9. You'll need to: Unzip the folder of levels. If you're on Windows, then right clicking and selecting Extract All will do this. If you're not, then download 7-Zip and use that to extract. Place that folder into your CC2 "games" folder. This can be found wherever it's installed- by default on Windows, this is in C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Chip's Challenge 2\data\games. If you're not on Windows, then it should be the same after finding the Steam folder. At this point you'll be able to select the pack from within CC2's Level Set menu, and start playing! Do note that the voting packs on the voting website are in a random order with renamed filenames. I would recommend using Tyler's mirror of all the voting packs, to be able to easily find a level to watch a replay of.
  10. CCLP1 (MS) 026: 174 (+1, b+1) [Trafalgar Square] 6,006,050 (149 bolds)
  11. Because the puzzle purse is always empty. When will there be a new update to any CC game?
  12. CCLP1 (MS) 076: 384 (+1) [Unfunfair, ty Bacorn for the route] 6,006,040 (149 bolds)
  13. CCLP3 (MS)134: 209 (+13, bc) [We'll Be Right Back]6,058,070 (119 bolds)
  14. CCLP3 (MS)134: 196 (+55, b) [We'll Be Right Back]6,057,940 (119 bolds) 702 total. CCLP3 (Lynx)134: 195 (+89, b+1) [We'll Be Right Back]
  15. CCLP3 (MS) 111: 624 (+1, bc) [Bustin' Out] 142: 535 (+3, b) [Mudpie] 6,057,390 (118 bolds) Maybe now I'll stop dropping to 699 total
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