Get A Grip Chip Review (Steam)
Gear up for grappling action with Get-A-Grip Chip! Help Chip saves the lost Battery Bots on a perilous journey through the treacherous depths of a robot assembly factory, dodge deadly obstacles, and race for the top spot on the leaderboards.
- Decent graphics.
- 309mb Download size.
- Steam achievements.
- Controller support.
- Graphics-fullscreen, resolution, v-sync, fps counter, and screen shake.
- Controls-can rebinds controls for both keyboard and mouse along with the controller.
- 3 save slots.
- Puzzle platformer gameplay.
- Actions–you can grab bolts with your magnet and aim where you jump off. The controls play like a twin-stick as the right stick aims your magnets and the left is movement.
- Checkpoints a plenty.
- Bouncy soundtrack.
- Tutorial pop up messages.
- Rescue and deposit battery bots.
- End of level breakdown-time, grapples, wrecks, and battery bots.
- Online leaderboards.
- Very playable.
- Enjoyable game.
- The main hub for level selection.
- Can replay levels if you miss battery bots.
- Hidden areas and routes.
- Bite-sized levels.
- Well designed flowing level design.
- Free runner style sections.
- Slight learning curve.
- Little reason to pursue all battery bots.
- No extras or game mode variations.
- Can get very reflex heavy.
- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 8/108/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
Get A Grip Chip is a fun game all about using your magnet to grab onto these circular points and swing across to other points. As you progress the points start acting differently like being attached to enemies or points that will fire you like a cannon, it all culminates into an experience that is really fun and doesn’t outstay it’s welcome. It’s very much a game that does one thing over and over but it’s polished and flows so well you can’t help but play it. On the way, you rescue battery bots so you have a bit of an extra incentive but I never felt like I needed to worry too much, levels were very small but dense at times with a sprinkling of endless runner sections. Whilst Get A Grip Chip might not be groundbreaking or particularly deep and immersive, it is fun short, and well designed.