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[Tier: Moons]PCFX Chip-chan Kick! (JPN) in 11:38.26 by Mothrayas.
BizHawk Movie (.bk2) (date: 2017-09-11)
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- 2 Players
- Heavy luck manipulation
- Uses hardest difficulty
- Genre: Action
- Genre: Platform
Chip-chan Kick! is a platformer game developed by Cybertech Custom and released in 1996 for the PC-FX, NEC's Japan-exclusive successor to the PC Engine, unsuccessful competitor to the Sony PlayStation and Sega Saturn, and NEC's last home video game console. It is an elimination platformer in the style of games such as Snow Bros., Bubble Bobble and Parasol Stars. The player characters, Chip and Chap, are stuck on a screen filled with enemies; by defeating them all, and collecting their powerups and bonus objects, they progress to the next screen with more enemies, and rinse and repeat.

Mothrayas uses both Chip and Chap to defeat Warbit in record time.

The official encodes include the player entry at the end.

This is the first ever PC-FX publication on this site.

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