London 23 July 2014
Like A Bot Out Of Hell Part 1 (New Levels and Mechanics).
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 tile set
“As always, we really appreciate your feedback in the forums and will continue to work on tweaks and new (always free) content” added Tom Beadrsmore at Coatsink.
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