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Of course!

I hope I can explain myself well enough, here, but, 

If there were a small room where the ceiling, the floor, the walls and every object inside glow in the dark, would there be enough light for everything to stop glowing?

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You just type in the coordinates you want Chip to move to and then he tries to move there as if you clicked on that tile. Oh, and it's still in realtime.

If you played Chip's Challenge on a Porsche, would that be a justifiable excuse for why you drove right into a truck?

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Not really, because the trucker could be clever enough to punch you in the face and say "sorry, but I was playing Chip's Challenge on my fist". 

 

If Chip's Challenge is being played on a Porsche, is it being played on a screen built into the Porsche, but with a controller, or is the Porsche itself the controller, and where you end up depends entirely on the level you're trying to solve?

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She's underage!

Why are people convinced that BBC stands for something other than Bit Busters Club?

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because they are british and think the bit busters club is actually a news broadcaster

are the rumours true? did Chip really pay a teeth monster to let him put his, er chip, in its mouth?

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Hey, Melinda wasn't feeling up to it that day.

Why are the light switches in CC2 placed on the floor? Do Chip and Melinda have to kick them on and off?

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That's not the floor, that's the wall. Compare with the orientation of the in-game characters, and of your computer screen.

What dumb question should I ask next?

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If you look at Chip (facing downward) then if you look at a tank facing downward, you can see that the tank is from a top-down bird's-eye orientation whilst Chip looks like he is standing upright.

Does that mean all this time Chip has actually been lying on the ground, and instead of walking he just shuffles along on his back/front/side?

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No, it means the tank is always hilariously tilted over.

What does Vladimir look like? Need to know because a guy who knows a friend of mine is writing a CC2 fancomic.

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Glasses, bald head, square manly chin, nose bent to the side because of a past fight, big black bushy beard.

If, instead of Chip losing the level and having to restart after just one hit, he had an energy bar allowing him to take multiple hits; would that be a great idea or a terrible idea?

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I bet more than half of CC players would think it’s a good idea, but would still stick with the 1 hit death.

Why do bombs in CC act more like landmines than actual bombs with a lit fuse?

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The ball with lit fuse design may have been chosen for the graphic because it can be instantly recognised by everyone, plus it's a very simple design which is handy because CC graphics are small and have limited pixels.

The tool thief probably makes money from selling the tools he steals from you, but what does the key thief do with all those keys? Noone is going to buy a random key.

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The key thief uses the keys to break into Chip's house and steal all of his money. Much easier than the tool thief trying to sell off his random boots. (Though if the tool thief gets a bribe - a treasure chest full of gold and alcohol - key thief will be wishing he'd gotten a different profession.)

Why doesn't the tank just shoot Chip? Why does it let Chip control it, anyways? Who's driving the tank?

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All tanks are operated by the Clubhouse Central Computer Controller Core, which was built with a partial implementation of the First Law of Robotics: it is unable to perform any action that will definitely result in Chip's death, but it is quite free to set up death traps for Chip to navigate.

Why is Gamora?

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Because she can, because she wants to, and because she has decided to.

On 6/18/2019 at 11:56 PM, Gavin said:

The tool thief probably makes money from selling the tools he steals from you, but what does the key thief do with all those keys? Noone is going to buy a random key.

Ya know, maybe the yellow keys are made out of gold. After all, there is a level in the original called GOLDKEY. Sorry for drifting a bit off topic here, but on the subject of stolen keys, apparently monsters eat blue keys. This has already been a question before but my guess is that it's because the blue dye of the blue key is made out of an edible substance, and monsters love it.

Okay, and now, my question:

What is a MS CC1 glider? Is it a machine (like a flying machine) is it a simple object? (Like a kite) or is it a living creature? Why the cyan spot in the middle? What is the purpose of that spot? What's underneath it? Is it flat? Very flat? Almost like paper? What makes it able to travel over water? Does it swim or does it hover?

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A glider is actually a man with an unusually shaped hang glider. The cyan spot is just really ugly decoration. He can fly over water, but fire (and slime) makes him really nervous so he either steers away from it or loses his grip and falls in.

Why does chip *need* chips?

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Because he needs to make chairs and tables out of them for his new computer themed restaurant.

Tell me why are we so blind to see that the ones we hurt are you and me?

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There are less high-quality eyeglasses being sold at affordable prices, as such, people with bad eyesight are gradually becoming blinder and blinder.

Why does Melinda treat gravel as a solid tile, even if she's being hurled at it by a force floor? Do her shoes expel some sort of force field that prevent her from moving onto rough surfaces?

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It's because Melinda has a greater dark side than we think, that way the gravel treats her like a monster, and refuses to accept her. Only Chip is pure enough to enter gravel.

Or her shoes are so clumsy that the gravel is thick enough to stop her from sliding into it, and she can't step in it either, that's why she needs the hiking boots, to replace her clumsy old shoes.

My last guess is that the gravel is actually like a wall. It is a non movable block made of gravel and only Chip has the skill to jump up onto it (and yet he can't swim without flippers, go figure). The hiking boots help Melinda climb these gravel walls.

 

Does Chip throw wild parties in the clubhouse during his free time? 

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