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Featured Article: Emulator

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An emulator is a program that seeks to replicate the behavior of other hardware or software. In the context of Chip's Challenge, emulators allow levels to be played more or less faithfully, even without access to the original games (or the systems they ran on).

Emulation has become increasingly important over the years, as the original Windows port — which many community levels were designed for — is abandonware and no longer runs on modern versions of Windows. No official desktop release of the game has ever implemented the Lynx ruleset, either; the Steam releases come close, but make several significant changes to the rules and can't load the thousands of existing DAT levels.

Recent News


  • CCLP5 voting open - on September 23, 2022, community voting for CCLP5 began. See the announcement here.
  • CCLP5 voting coming soon - on April 10, 2021, submissions for CCLP5 officially opened. Submissions closed on October 10, 2021 with voting set to open soon. See more info here.
  • CC2LP1 has been released - As of October 9, 2020, Chip's Challenge 2 Level Pack 1 is available to download here!
  • Yahoo! Groups closing - With the announcement of the closure of Yahoo! Groups in October 2019, we have made an effort to preserve all files from the Chip's Challenge Yahoo! group at bitbusters.club. Where appropriate, links throughout the wiki have been updated.
  • CC2LP1 voting period open - As of July 16, 2019, voting for CC2LP1 is now live! Vote here. For more info, see here.
  • CC2LP1 submissions closed - on June 1, 2019, submissions for CC2LP1 officially closed. A fixing period will last until July 12. See more info here.
  • Bitbusters.club is open - the long awaited community hub for Chip's Challenge has finally been unveiled at bitbusters.club!
  • Migration away from Wikia - as of January 9, 2019, we are working to shift all maintenance efforts away from Wikia to this new space. Welcome!


Featured Article: Emulator

TileWorld.png

An emulator is a program that seeks to replicate the behavior of other hardware or software. In the context of Chip's Challenge, emulators allow levels to be played more or less faithfully, even without access to the original games (or the systems they ran on).

Emulation has become increasingly important over the years, as the original Windows port — which many community levels were designed for — is abandonware and no longer runs on modern versions of Windows. No official desktop release of the game has ever implemented the Lynx ruleset, either; the Steam releases come close, but make several significant changes to the rules and can't load the thousands of existing DAT levels.

Recent News


  • CCLP5 voting open - on September 23, 2022, community voting for CCLP5 began. See the announcement here.
  • CCLP5 voting coming soon - on April 10, 2021, submissions for CCLP5 officially opened. Submissions closed on October 10, 2021 with voting set to open soon. See more info here.
  • CC2LP1 has been released - As of October 9, 2020, Chip's Challenge 2 Level Pack 1 is available to download here!
  • Yahoo! Groups closing - With the announcement of the closure of Yahoo! Groups in October 2019, we have made an effort to preserve all files from the Chip's Challenge Yahoo! group at bitbusters.club. Where appropriate, links throughout the wiki have been updated.
  • CC2LP1 voting period open - As of July 16, 2019, voting for CC2LP1 is now live! Vote here. For more info, see here.
  • CC2LP1 submissions closed - on June 1, 2019, submissions for CC2LP1 officially closed. A fixing period will last until July 12. See more info here.
  • Bitbusters.club is open - the long awaited community hub for Chip's Challenge has finally been unveiled at bitbusters.club!
  • Migration away from Wikia - as of January 9, 2019, we are working to shift all maintenance efforts away from Wikia to this new space. Welcome!



Welcome to wiki.bitbusters.club

The Chip's Challenge Wiki is the fan-made central knowledge hub for Chip's Challenge. We are a small but thriving wiki community - though we have only 11 active users, our standards are high and we are devoted to maintaining up-to-date information all about this classic puzzler. The CC Wiki is all about open collaboration, and you can start editing today!

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There are currently 33 article stubs on this Wiki. These are articles which the community thinks are too short and don't provide enough substance, and should be expanded upon with new information.

You can help Chip's Challenge Wiki by expanding them.

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