Posted: June 1
If you, like me, loved the Chip's Challenge games, then you will most likely enjoy this "iteration" from the same guy. However, be aware of a few things:
1) You have to be online and connected to a server to track progress - this means waiting after every level for your score to be recorded, otherwise the game won't register that you've completed a level.
2) The level design is a lot easier and a lot less varied than it was in the Chip's Challenge games - however, this could be because there is a "rewind" feature to take you back steps, at the cost of a time penalty, so if you don't mind being marked down the levels become a lot easier.
3) Some levels are lifted almost whole from Chip's Challenge games, others are just Sokoban (way too many Sokoban levels) and a couple seem to be from The Impossible Game? Only a few levels really strike a true "Chip's Challenge" chord.
So all in all, this is a decent game if picked up cheaply, and the level creation/player levels adds a lot of lifespan. It has its fair share of faults, which is surprising for a game so simplistic.