|Level set||Chip's Challenge 1|
|Bold time||397 MS / 383 Lynx|
Amsterdam is the 65th level in Chip's Challenge 1. Actually, it's a rather frozen Amsterdam, with ice canals, but you can imagine it's winter. The general structure of the level is a "2" shape, with an arm under the northwest corner of the 2. Although Amsterdam is a fairly large maze, most of the sections run together with each other, so it is not hard.
Almost every block located between each of the 2x2 chip cells can only be pushed safely from one direction, with many of them causing the chip to be inaccessible if pushed the wrong way. The secret to solving Amsterdam quickly and with confidence is that Chip will never slide into a block from the wrong direction: any pitfall can be seen from solid floor.
Start by moving 2L D 2R from the start, then work all the way back and take the D fork, then the R fork, and move south from here and continue R further. After collecting these chips, move D twice and take a detour to the west of both of these, then slide all the way to the left, picking up everything on both the top and bottom. The last run is across row 30, which leads to the exit in the far southeast.
WalkthroughChip's Challenge 1 level 65 solution - 395 seconds(01:48)
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