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ChipEnd is a tool for modifying the CHIPS.EXE file to change which levels the "ending sequence" appears on (normally levels 144 and 149) such that the Termination Glitch does not occur.

History[]

Mike Lask came up with the idea in 2002, and Brian Raiter made it into a Perl program. However, all that was posted was the code for the program, so those that did not have a Perl compiler could not use it. Later that year, Mike created an executable version of ChipEnd with Visual Basic 6 using information discovered by Brian. ChipEnd has since been merged into Mike's program Chip's Controls when it was released in 2003.

Current status[]

Chip's Controls is also able to do this job now, but until then, the Termination Glitch was an annoying problem; the dummy level was created for this purpose.

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