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Chucks Challenge Is Now Available On The App Store


Chuck’s Challenge is a puzzle game that walks through the development of gaming: move from A to B, collect items, the red key opens the red door, etc. But, like Lego™, knowing what each piece does is only the beginning of the game’s fun, as the players can also create and share their own levels using a simple paint-style interface.

Chuck’s Challenge includes four different game modes:

Single Player: Play through the main story, and your best times are uploaded online

Race: A multi-player mode where you race through levels to see who can finish first

Create: An editing tool to build your own levels, and share them with the world

Weekly Puzzle: each week a single-player puzzle can be downloaded.

“I’m really excited about launching a game that has taken the many things I learned creating Chip’s Challenge and collaborating with the community for over two decades, and mixing it with new concepts such as social- and multi-player gaming,” creator of Chuck’s Challenge, Chuck Sommerville said.

“The game goes beyond a one-way broadcast experience where we are doing something for the players, to an experience where we are doing something “with” the players… creating a user-generated content platform for gamers.”, he concludes

The game starts with Chuck finding he has been summoned by an alien called Woop to create video games for them to play. The game includes over 100 levels (including 25 free) to tease the brain and challenge the fingers, an intuitive level-editor so that players can create and share levels, plus also the following features:

15 race levels
12 characters and over 70 Game Elements
Game Center integration
Downloadable additional levels


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