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Chips (Apple MacOS X)
Chips is a logic game, where the player have to build a computer from the chips placed around the professor's laboratory. The chips can be pushed around and if they are from same brand, they are connecting together. Eight same chips joined, will
create a board. The boards from different brands, joined together will build a computer. The star of the game is the professor, who can be controlled with the use of joystick or the arrow keys on the keyboard. When he pushes the chips, he have to be
extra careful, because if a chip or board have nothing else to stop it, it will turn back and hit the professor.
On the other hand, if four different chips are next to each other in a square, they are also not possible to push and the professor can not go further.
If the professor is hit by a chip or a board, the game is over and he have to start over, but the chips will be placed at different locations then. During game play,
the music can be turned on or off with the press of the
The idea for the game comes from the classic Apple II game - I.O. Silver, developed by Beagle Bros, released in 1984.
In the late 1980ies, it was recreated for the Bulgarian Oric Atmos clone - Pravetz 8D by Kalin Bogatzevski and published in the bulgarian computer magazine -
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