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  1. Yes. In the Chuck Sommerville Cinematic Universe, not only is Chuck god, but Chuck is also the guy who got nailed to a cross. He's smugly waiting for Bridgestone to realize this and discard ownership of the Chip's Challenge trademark out of disgust. If Chip is such a tool, how come the red thief doesn't confiscate him?
  2. Yes. Thankfully, in real life we keep things behind rows of at least twenty locked doors - much higher than "several". I had to open a hundred and five doors to get on my computer and write this reply, and six more to press my "backspace" key when I made a typo. And once I'm done typing my question, I have to shut them all. Why hasn't Bridgestone taken advantage of owning Chip's Challenge by making a series of religious cartoons where Chip and Melinda get up to wacky hijinks while studying the Bible?
  3. Chip can swim just fine, but if he does then the other kids will see his wet pants and mock him for peeing himself. If he has the flippers, he can show them the flippers to prove he was swimming, but if he doesn't have the flippers he drowns himself on contact with water to avoid suffering such a humiliating fate. (Oh, and he can't step over one-tile pools of water because he... doesn't like to. The same way he doesn't like to tear down the chip socket with his bare hands before finding all the chips.) Why do people ask me where I can see myself in 24 days?
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  5. (ignore this post - didn't read andy's message fully)
  6. I'm not good at yes-or-no questions, sorry. Where does ice go when it melts? Does it go to heaven?
  7. The Chips wiki is now at https://wiki.bitbusters.club/, and you should be able to see an image of the level on any level page you go to.
  8. Oh fuck, right now? (except not a crappy youtube upload)
  9. No, he wasn't allowed to bring a hacksaw. Why doesn't Chip get an electric shock when he stands on an active wire?
  10. I would add a Vladimir player, to compliment Chip and Melinda. Vladimir would be able to cross ice without slipping and walk on dirt/gravel, and also always moves at double speed, and has a gun he can shoot hte enemies with, and he has a health bar that can be refilled by picking up boots. Also if a thief tries to stael his things he gets in a fistfight with him. Why doesn't Chuck just take over development on Tile World 3?
  11. Yep, which is why I suggest you suppress your ability to heal a broken heart and never attempt to practice it. Abstract concepts like time tend to be very controlling, sometimes abusive lovers. Never mind what horrifying half-corporeal beings you'd produce if you ever decided to have kids together. If a thousand men can screw in a thousand lightbulbs in a thousand years, how many minutes does it take for a hundred men to screw in a hundred lightbulbs?
  12. Per empirical evidence, there are three possible outcomes: 1. The two instantly combust into nothingness, as though antimatter and matter had collided. (Scratch that: the exact same reaction as when antimatter and matter collide.) 2. The two conversators gradually swap identities, the gradual nonsense conversator becoming the gradual sense conversator and vice-versa. Halfway through the conversation, they are one mind split between two bodies. If you had enough gradual nonsense and gradual sense conversators involved, they would, for a period of time, be combined into a hivemind representative of humanity itself. That or a really efficient think tank. 3. The sense-making and nonsense-making spiral off into infinity. That is, the second guy eventually starts making so much sense that he is wiser than the Dalai Llama and Larry the Cable Guy combined, and the first guy eventually forgets how to feed himself. Say I stick a fork with a rubber handle in an outlet. Can I take the fork out and stab a piece of bread to instantly toast it?
  13. Bandcamp? Do we do Bandcamp here? Yes, no? Okay. https://ridiculon.bandcamp.com/track/fundamentum
  14. Chip steps on the dirt so fucking hard the dirt doesn't even get on his shoes, it just nopes out of existence. The electric stuff does get damaged when dirt gets on it, but the auto-replicating nanobots inside every tile repair it instantly, hence why dirt blocks work just fine with force floors and the like. As a bit of bonus trivia, the exit is actually a jacuzzi, and the water is so hot that it creates constant ripples through heat-based sonarpulsular hydric deformation inertia conservative preservation reestablishment. This also explains why everyone refuses to push dirt blocks on it: don't want to ruin your hot bath to take after the level's over, do you? What is your name? What is your quest? What is your favorite color?
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