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01/01/89 Atari
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Go Bit Buster!

      Chip will do anything for Melinda the Mental Marvel. More than anything, he wants to join Melinda's exclusive computer club, the Bit BustersChip is ecstatic when Melinda sits down next to him in the cafeteria and offers him membership!

      But not so fast, Chip! Keep your sweaty digits off that Bit Busters T-shirt. Before you can become a card-carrying Bit Buster, you'll have to do some heavy interfacing with a few interesting puzzles. Melinda will monitor your progress as you enter and work your way through 144 levels of challenging maze-like paths and puzzles. And once you accept the challenge, you can't escape. Monsters, traps, and the ticking of the clock all conspire to delete you before you complete each level.

      You must ram blocks of soil together to create bridges over water traps, or use them as buffers against cherry bombs. Invisible partitions will impede your progress. Colored keys will open doors that lead to other keys that will open still more doors! To make it through, you must keep puzzle sequences stored in your memory.

      Most levels have a specific number of...
chips that you must collect before you can progress to the next level. And sometimes you must snatch those chips from under the very noses of deadly bugs who are just aching to take a byte out of you!

      Well, Chip, are you still up for the challenge? You just can't get
that Bit Busters T-shirt out of your system, can you? OK buddy, make
tracks for level one of Chip's Challenge!

This summary is from the game's manual.

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