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  1. So, which do you use to chip? I use mostly CHIPS.EXE (although it is less fluent on Windows 7). For everything that is non-competitive level playing for fun, modifying, and level playtesting and other things. However, when I want to keep a .TWS for whatever reason, I use tile world. And as for Tile World 2, I don't use it, because, well, I haven't tried it yet .
  2. In my "CCHack crazy" days, I've been told about CCINI, a fine program for modifying Entpack.ini setting for Chip's Challenge. I remember it's very easy to use, as long as you know how. The thing is that since those days ended, it's been sitting in my "CC" folder, untouched. The other day I was thinking of using it, but, I forgot how. Comes with ccini_export, ccini_import, ccini.exe, and ccini.dll I think the only thing you have to touch is ccini_export, and I tried just that, but didn't succeed. Can anyone tell me how to use it, again? I won't forget again, promise.
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