Chip is an isometric puzzle game with robots, electricity and fancy dress! The player must help recharge Chip - a plucky little red robot - who has been imprisoned by the nefarious villain, Rust.
User reviews: Positive (40 reviews)
Release Date: Apr 25, 2014
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July 22

Update 1.1.1 Available now: Like A Bot Out Of Hell Part 1 (New Levels and Mechanics)

Hello everyone!

CHIP is back with part 1 of an all-new level pack, featuring 5 (of 25) levels filled with shiny new robots and vistas. Full update notes can be found below:

- Two new mechanics (Jumper and Rotator).
- Jumper - This propels the bolt over the next tile
- Rotator - This rotates all objects and map tiles around it within in set radius
- 5 new levels with these mechanics, and more to come
- New level pack ("Like a bot out of hell")
- New level pack background
- New tileset

As always, we really appreciate your feedback (good or bad) in the forums and will continue to work on tweaks and new (always free) content.

Enjoy!

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June 20

60% off in the Summer sale!

Hey you!

CHIP has 60% off for the duration of the Steam summer sale. So why not recommend or gift a friend some robot puzzley goodness? They'll not only benefit from the original game, but from some great updates to come in July and onwards.

Love,
The Chip Team

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Reviews

“Chip is an incredible puzzle game. It has the perfect mix of cuteness and smartness.”
9/10 – Novo Adagio

“Chip offers satisfying gameplay with a real level of challenge to its levels, and it’s presented wonderfully.”
8/10 – Highscore Reviews

“Chip is a good looking polished game that has some fun puzzles and solid gameplay. It has charm, character and the ability to appeal to both young and older gamers.”
78% – MOUSE n JOYPAD

About This Game

Chip is an isometric puzzle game with robots, electricity and fancy dress! The player must help recharge Chip - a plucky little red robot - who has been imprisoned by the nefarious villain, Rust.

The player will interact with a wide variety of objects such as cannons, mirrors, and magnets in order to direct a blob of energy to Chip and save him from his grisly fate! Players must utilise their whimsical puzzle-solving prowess by tapping, moving, and rotating these objects to achieve victory.

As the player progresses through the game they will find presents hidden amongst the many puzzles in Rust’s lair, containing a variety of Rust’s fancy dress costumes. These can be used to customise your little robot avatar, for bragging rights on the leaderboard and because everybody loves a new pair of fuzzy slippers!

Features:

  • 75 levels across three exciting level packs
  • 3 loveable characters that are fully customisable with dazzling array of accessories
  • 20+ achievements, do you have what it takes to earn them all?
  • Beautiful visuals accompanied by entertaining animations
  • Original music and sound effects from the award-winning composer Vince Webb
  • Steam achievements, leaderboards and trading cards

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: 1.6Ghz Pentium 4 / AMD Athlon II
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel Integrated Graphics 4000
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 8.1
    • Processor: 1.4Ghz Dual Core Intel i3
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel Integrated Graphics 4000
Helpful customer reviews
16 of 19 people (84%) found this review helpful
1.6 hrs on record
I've played an hour and a half of Chip so far, and it's great! Don't be fooled by the cutesy graphics though, it gets REALLY HARD the longer you play. Lots of fun and full of character though.

If you like puzzles, indie games, and charming characters, I highly recommend this. Well worth the cheap price. :)
Posted: April 26
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13 of 14 people (93%) found this review helpful
3.4 hrs on record
Chip is a fun and clever game that's easy to sink several hours into. Gets quite challenging after a while so I would happily recommend this to any puzzle enthusiast!
Posted: April 27
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15 of 18 people (83%) found this review helpful
1.4 hrs on record
Played this at Insomnia51 and couldn't wait to get it on Steam!

Intuitive but challenging with likeable characters and a lovely style. Chip is well worth your time!
Posted: April 26
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8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
23.0 hrs on record
The artwork is amazing, but do not let it fool you. The game starts off easy, three starring every level, but the diffculty increases very rapidly.

If you like puzzle games and completing things to perfection this game is for you.

Good luck to all trying to 100% this game :D
Posted: April 29
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
6.3 hrs on record
Chip is an isometric puzzle game where you are guiding an energy ball from its source to destination through the use of mirrors, portals, magnets, and various other contraptions. Mechanically simple, there is a surprising amount of depth and variety to be found within the puzzles.

Every level has an additional goal number of moves/time to meet (not necessarily at the same time). Oftentimes these are relatively straightforward, but in some cases they involve meticulous timing in the movement of pieces, which can vary from very satisfying to quite frustrating depending on your preferences.

I was able to beat every level (although not every time/move challenge) within roughly 6 hours, so consider that a reasonable ballpark for amount of gameplay available. More level packs are supposed to be incoming, so that will likely grow.

The graphics are relatively simple (I believe this originated as a phone game), and there is character customization items you can purchase, but they're all superficial and have no impact on gameplay.

Ultimately, Chip is a nice little puzzle game. A little rough around the edges, but there's some good fun and challenge to be found here. In future updates, it could really benefit from the addition of Steam Workshop support to allow for user-submitted levels.
Posted: September 6
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61 of 68 people (90%) found this review helpful
2.8 hrs on record
Played it for a couple of hours, and could quite happily put a few more into it. Fun game, nice graphics, solid gameplay and challenging puzzles. Over all worth a buy.
Posted: April 25
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