Chip’s Challenge [Cancelled for the NES, Released on PC!]

Chip’s Challenge [Cancelled for the NES, Released on PC!]

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4 thoughts on “Chip’s Challenge [Cancelled for the NES, Released on PC!]

  1. DonKiKong

    This game was a common mini game packaged with name brand Computer packaging companies like Compaq, Dell and Gateway in the 1990’s. It was a puzzle game with over a hundred + levels. You were a small guy running around through a maze of a level collecting computer chips before the clock ran out. The exact makers are unknown to me, but it’s a common game from my youth. Every platform it came out for was just a little different. Either black and white or color with the same basic level layouts.

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