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  1. My New Project

    The initial coding is sufficiently finished that I am finally ready to announce my new project: Chip's Challenge Creator (working title), the first unified editor for both Tile World and CC2, with script editing! Below is a screenshot clip demonstrating my code's ability to load a familiar CC2 level and display it using the CC2 tileset: The plan is to write the first version in Java, for ease and speed of development. The Java program should work on most people's systems, and I hope later to port the program to C++ for more power and versatility. Below is a list of the planned features for the editor. I invite everyone to look over the list, and reply with any requests for additions or modifications. With the heavy coding out of the way, I may have the project finished in a month or two. Hopefully the community will find it useful for creating the next generation of awesome Chip's Challenge levels!
  2. CCUDM

    Version 1.0

    23 downloads

    The Chip's Challenge Unified Data Model, a document detailing an abstract, general-purpose specification for CC data that attempts to unify the formats used by various versions of Chip's Challenge. This download itself does not contain any code for loading and manipulating CC data, but the specification may be used as a template for writing such code (e.g. an editor). Feedback is appreciated!
  3. Since the number of Chipsters still playing primarily on MSCC can probably be counted on one hand , leaving two thirds of Chip's Controls' tools obsolete, I have decided to release standalone versions of the two still-relevant tools, the CCX file editor and DacGen. They can each be downloaded individually at my site, or in one setup file (pretty much only required if your computer doesn't have the necessary runtime files). http://www.pillowpc2001.net/controls/download.htm
  4. CCEdit 2.0

    okay, this is a ridiculous problem I know but I can't find where to get CCEdit 2.0. :huh: [i'm talking about the newest editor, the one that displays a square around the cursor which represents the playing view.] Somebody handed me a link in chat months ago, and that's how I first got it. My computer broke down so I have to re-download it. I can't find it doing a simple search on google or yahoo, it's not here, it's not on the yahoo group. wtf... am I just missing something? also; an unrelated question: how do you enable skipping passwords in both tileworlds? [go to any level without need of a password]
  5. What's the simplest way to choose levels from several sets and combine them into a new set? I recall someone throwing the idea around that an editor could have thumbnails of the levels, so the levels could be dragged around to change the level order, or copying levels between sets, but I guess this never was implemented anywhere. I guess there's no (public) tool for combining solutions from several tws files either?
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