The Great Chocolate Chase
I was soo let down by this game after playing the others. It was just repetitive and made you want to pull your hair out. Might have been one of the most stressful and frustrating games i have ever played and i don't play to be stressed out, i play to have fun and relax. It seemed to make it all but impossible to get past certain levels and after having to repeat it over and over and over and over again i finally decided this game was not for me.
May 20, 2012
I agree that this is so NOT a Chocolatier game. No inventing chocolates, no making crates of chocolates to sell, no travelling, no sourcing ingredients, NOTHING that made me buy the previous three games. There are thousands of other cities in the world they could have used to invent ideas and ingredients and chocolates -- instead we get a little boutique. No thanks.
May 26, 2013
Frenzied clicking isn't fun
This is another game where the designer confuses frustrating with challenging. You have a chocolate shop that gets more and more busy. The chocolates themselves become varied as the customers can order milk, white, and dark chocolate, select one of several fillings, and there are a multitude of shapes for the bars to take. And, the customers may decide to order several items, one by one, getting more frustrated with you as you fail to keep up with the increasing demand. If they leave before you complete the entire order, you have wasted your time, your product, and you don't get paid. If the game's powerups and improvements that are available for purchase actually helped you keep up with the demand, I wouldn't be so disappointed. Instead, as you move further along in the game, it just gets busier and the chances you will reach Master Levels are slim to none. Try Chocolatier 2, instead.
December 16, 2013