Chuck's Challenge 3D is a new puzzle game by Chuck Sommerville, creator of the classic title Chip's Challenge. His latest creation has just been released on Desura as a result of a successful Kickstarter campaign.
QuoteFrom design genius behind the classic game Chip's Challenge, comes Chuck’s Challenge 3D, a fiendishly addictive puzzler that’s packed with features that will tease the brain and challenge the fingers. It also comes with a level editor that lets you upload and share your levels for everyone to play and rate, all from within the game.
Chuck’s Challenge 3D includes four different game modes:
• PLAY – through 125 levels with your best times published online
• CREATE – your own levels with over 70+ Game Elements & share them with the world
• SEARCH – download levels created by other players
• WEEKLY PUZZLE – play the best user created level of the week
Meet Woop, just your everyday puzzle lovin’ purple alien capable of altering time and space. Woop has summoned all-round puzzle game legend Chuck Sommerville for one purpose - to create a universe of puzzles for him to work his way out of.
The game is also currently in the process of trying to gather enough votes on Steam Greenlight.
I for one have fond memories of playing the original Chip's Challenge on Windows 3.1.1 using the version supplied with Microsoft Entertainment Pack 4. It will be interesting to see how much of that game manages to live on as part of Sommerville's latest endeavour.
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