Chip’s Challenge for SNES and Sega Genesis/Mega Drive Pre-Orders Now Live

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*Specify platform (SNES/Genesis) and region (PAL/NTSC)

Texas, USA –July 8, 2021–

Independent publisher The Retro Room Games announces that the pre-orders for

Chip’s Challenge

on Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Genesis/Mega Drive start today.

Play as Nerdy Chip McCallahan, who navigates through a series of increasingly difficult puzzles in 148 two-dimensional levels, in order to prove himself and gain membership to the very exclusive Bit Busters Club,

Originally developed by Epyx,

Chip’s Challenge

is a classic top-down tile-based puzzle game launched on Atari Lynx in 1989. The game was also ported to MS-DOS, Atari ST, Amiga, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, and Amstrad CPC back in the 90’s.

Chip’s Challenge

was also released on


6 years ago featuring 90% of positive reviews. This will be the first time that the game will be available on Nintendo and Sega platforms.

Chip’s Challenge

will be available on 16-bit consoles including a cartridge in both PAL and NTSC versions, a box and an instruction booklet. Pre-orders for the game can be found




148 two-dimensional levels

Block-pushing puzzles

Dodging enemies

Skip to the next level option

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About The Retro Room Games

Retro Room Games is a one-man studio belonging to a young man named Roo, who has been developing and publishing games for two years now. He has always dreamt of bringing entertainment to the masses for a huge part of his life. Aside from creating games, he works to preserve licensed games. Usually, the digital copies of the games are given away for free and the physical copies are sold for a small profit simply to keep them alive for a new generation. He hopes you enjoy what they built and keep retro gaming alive for many years to come.

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