From 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.
Chip's Challenge spiritual successor coming to Steam
Yesterday on 11/12/13 Chuck's Challenge 3D was Greenlit by the Steam Community. Chuck's Challenge 3D is designed by Chuck Sommerville the creator of Chip's Challenge.
Chuck's Challenge 3D is a puzzle game that walks the player through the evolution of gaming: move from A
to B, collect items, the red key opens the red door, and much more. But, like Lego, knowing what each piece does is only the beginning of the fun, as players can also create and share their own levels using a simple paint-style interface and seamless cloud storage.
Play Mode Video - Youtu.be
"Over the last couple of years we've been creating a 3D puzzle game based on my original design and over two decades of player feedback," Chuck Sommerville said. "Chuck's Challenge 3D mixes the new with the old. We've the original Chip's Challenge team designing levels, along with cloud gaming improvements that
let anyone create & share their own content."
Initially Chuck's Challenge 3D seems to be about playing through a series of puzzles. But actually it's about learning the mechanics of game play, so slowly the player can become the creator, making the game more than just passive experience, but a creative one as well.
We think coding is important, but it's not necessary the best entry point for everyone who wants to learn how to
make video games. Too often we hear people telling potential game designers or young kids to get into gaming they must learn how to code first.
That's why we've created a paint style interface that allows anyone to make complex logic puzzle, skill dodging
levels or just simple fun mazes, so that they can get a taste quickly of what it's like to be a game designer, by seeing their ideas coming to life. We hope our game is a stepping-stone that attracts new talent to the games industry, by giving people the tools to create games and then the thirst to expand on what they have learned.
Create Mode Video - Youtu.be
Chuck's Challenge 3D is due to be released soon on Steam for PC, Mac & Linux:
Chuck's Challenge 3D is on Steam Greenlight and people who buy a copy of Chuck's Challenge 3D on Desura will also get a Steam Key if and when the game...
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How to save the configuration? It always asked for configuration every time the game start.
This is something we are hoping to include in an update.
Hey, congratulations on being Greenlit on Steam! Please remember the Desura folks who believed in you guys :-)
The demo is internet-dependant (needs an internet access to run).
Is is the case of the full version as well ?
It shouldn't be. Are you sure your demo will not run without the internet?
It ask for a connection to a 18.104.22.168 TCP server.
If refused, the menu never appears ; we keep seing the blue monster (Chuck ?) and the uni-eyed red one waiting and waiting ...
OK we think we know what's happening and we'll get a fix for that in the next update.
Do you think it has been fixed now ?
Cool, this was Kickstarted, wasn't it? Thanks for the Linux version :-)