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  1. Version 1


    See the competition thread (and this post in that thread) for details. NOTE: I recommend that when you decide to use one, you should recreate the template from the original CCLP2 set, in case i made errors. The general appearance should be the same, but please let me know if you find out otherwise.
  2. CCLP2



    The first community-produced official level pack for Chip's Challenge, originally released on February 9, 2001 and updated on July 11, 2003. This set contains 149 levels that can be played in the MS ruleset.
  3. Might as well do it for CCLP2, someone can post a CCLP3 one if they want... Mine is Key Color. Gauntlet is simply too short, though it's interesting while it lasts. Run-A-Muck is hell, and the teeth rearrangement part makes me hate it even more. I except Cloner's Maze to be the most popular, but I dislike the part after a good ten minutes into the level where you must be very precise with trap timing (involving a glider you can barely see), or else the whole level will be cooked. I like the unorthodox design of Neptune, but again, there's not much too it. Key Color is a great conclusion to the set and is designed very elegantly, and it might be my favorite final level of the three sets. Thoughts?