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  1. Tile World Gold [Windows]

    Version 1.0

    59 downloads

    Tile World Gold is a quick and efficient way of installing everything you need to play the official level packs. Recommended for newcomers. Features Tile World 2.1.0, CCEdit 2.0.0, and all three Chip's Challenge Level Packs (CCLP1, CCLP2, and CCLP3) in one installation package. NOTE - CHIPS.DAT is not included in this package.
  2. Windows 8

    So Windows 8 has literally just came out of the stores not too long ago. I had a look at it and is it just me or is it a downgrade from Windows 7? I coudln't find the Start Menu button anywhere and couldn't find a way to get to the desktop mode so that it runs like Windows 7. All I got were this Xbox 360 like touch screen icons that were really annoying to navigate, and the "hyped" apps feature new to Windows 8 was a bit of a letdown because all the apps had to be full screen and alot of them could be done better in official windows applications. The only one I enjoyed was Pinball FX 2. Is it worth the upgrade at all, especially without a touch screen?
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