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Old 30 June 2019, 16:46   #1
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Chips Remake

Recently rediscovered this little gem of a game called Chips.

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In the "Computer Lab" with the Joystick or the Arrow buttons,
you guide the professor and push the chips. Eight joined chips
will make a board. Four boards together will build a computer
(Motherboard, Graphic board, Sound board and HD controller).

If chip or board hits the professor it will kill him and the
game is over. So be carefull and think before pushing!


The presentation isn't all that great but the gameplay is solid and quite addictive.
So was mucking about with GraphX2 today and thought why not try to improve (hopefully) the graphics. Here are the results.





Anyone want to help with programming this new version? The aminet archive has the C source code if anyone's interested.
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Some touch ups. Anyone wanna help turn this into a game?
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Old 01 July 2019, 07:25   #3
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This looks nice and imho should not be problem for anyone who master Blitz Basic. I think even AMOS could be enough.
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Thanks. The original uses 32 colors (like the images above ) on a public screen. It's really simple, just one moving object at a time. A plain a500 would do just fine.
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Thanks. The original uses 32 colors (like the images above ) on a public screen. It's really simple, just one moving object at a time. A plain a500 would do just fine.
Do you have any video of it?
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