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* [[Controller and Boss Glitch]]
 
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* [[Twice Step Glitch]]
 
 
* [[Mouse Panel Glitch]]
 
* [[Mouse Panel Glitch]]
 
* [[Long First Second Glitch]]
 
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Five other more advanced glitches, requiring more conditions to use, are the following:
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Six other more advanced glitches, requiring more conditions to use, are the following:
  
 
* [[Time Dilation Glitch]]
 
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* [[Convergence Glitch]]
 
* [[Convergence Glitch]]
 
* [[Knight Glitch]]
 
* [[Knight Glitch]]
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* [[Twice Step Glitch]]
  
 
Finally, there are three additional glitches which can cause Chip's Challenge itself to crash:
 
Finally, there are three additional glitches which can cause Chip's Challenge itself to crash:

Revision as of 13:28, 13 August 2019

A glitch in Chip's Challenge is a fault in the program which is caused by a coding error. The majority of glitches occur in Microsoft's version of Chip's Challenge, which was released in 1992. The MS emulation version of Tile World deliberately reproduces these glitches in order to maintain a fair basis for scorekeeping.

The more basic glitches in the MS version are:

Six other more advanced glitches, requiring more conditions to use, are the following:

Finally, there are three additional glitches which can cause Chip's Challenge itself to crash:

The two glitches which are used in insane levels:

While Chip's Challenge 2 is coded much more professionally than MSCC, it has its fair share of bugs and bizarre behaviors as well. Most of these behaviors do not have wiki pages yet, but compilations of them can be seen here and here.