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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:
We kick-off 2019 with a competition from 2018! The levels are Singapore and Rainbow Refraction by chipster1059 and Ihavenoname248 respectively. You may have already seen them from the latest create comp, but I thought they were fun enough to use here too. A few quick things to get you started: Deadline for the competition is February 3rd where you live. Please send your submissions to me at valeosote at hotmail dot com. The competition is in Lynx mode, but you can send in MS solutions as well. (Share your Super CC route too for fun.) At the end of the year we've usually announced when a competition is the last one in the current Chip Cup, but as we didn't do that last month, I feel we should still include this competition in last year's Chip Cup. Here's your last chance to improve your standings! (There are some changes coming to how these points will be handled in the future, so these will most likely also count for the new Chip Cup too.) I'm not copy/pasting the rest of the technical details this time from previous competitions, so ask if you have any questions. Enjoy! -Miika
CCZ-TT-1901.ccl View File Here 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!) Submitter M11k4 Submitted 01/04/2019 Category Competitions