Chocolate Shop Frenzy

Are you ready to become a chocoholic? Get ready for the fast-paced life of the chocolate business, and help Emma achieve her life long dream to become a chocolate shop owner. Emma just quit her marketing job and she now has to successfully run the chocolate shop for 12 months to pay back the loan. Evil competitors and other special events are not making her job any easier.

As with games such as Diner Dash and Cake Mania , Chocolate Shop Frenzy is all about quickly serving customers, sorting and delivering a rash of different orders as impatient folk stand and stare. Sound hectic? Surely, working in a chocolate boutique or candy store right now would be pretty easy work - employees piling on the pounds as they snack on all the treats left on the un-bought treats. It doesn't get much sweeter than that. Instead, people tend to come in packs of four, with orders also turning up via phone just to add to your workload. Though timed, this is a much more pedestrian contest that contrasts well with the frantic nature of Chocolate Shop Frenzy's main mode, where speed is your lifeblood and combos essential to hitting each round's points target. Surely, working in a chocolate boutique or candy store right now would be pretty easy work - employees piling on the pounds as they snack on all the treats left on the un-bought treats. It's just as well that, during all this commotion, navigating your way around your shop is a breeze. It's a standard concept, but Frenzy is the kind of game that constantly puts hurdles in your path just to complicate issues a little. The game handily informs you of the various quirks each of the game's characters has, leaving it up to you to decide just who your priority should be at that exact moment. Get it wrong, and you could find your shop rapidly emptying as the collective frustration boils over and your consumer base clears off. The game handily informs you of the various quirks each of the game's characters has, leaving it up to you to decide just who your priority should be at that exact moment. The whole point of the main game is to successfully run your shop for 12 months, but each month consists of three days spent running the store and one day developing new chocolates - cannily applied through a mini-game that sees you matching together various different ingredients in threes on a grid. Never has there been an apter use of the word - and this is even before you take into account thieves looking to pick up any cash left on your counter, your own fatigue revived by making a cup of something hot and a rival looking to put you out of business. For instance, beyond the opening rounds it's very rare that you'll ever deal with just one customer at a time.

While you might think that a 'first come, first serve' mantra would serve you well, any sense of routine is tossed out the window as soon as different kinds of customers begin to turn up at your store; old grannies are perfectly happy to wait a little longer than your average customer, as opposed to businessmen, who quickly get impatient while yabbering away on their mobile phones. Never has there been an apter use of the word - and this is even before you take into account thieves looking to pick up any cash left on your counter, your own fatigue revived by making a cup of something hot and a rival looking to put you out of business. While you might think that a 'first come, first serve' mantra would serve you well, any sense of routine is tossed out the window as soon as different kinds of customers begin to turn up at your store; old grannies are perfectly happy to wait a little longer than your average customer, as opposed to businessmen, who quickly get impatient while yabbering away on their mobile phones. Never has there been an apter use of the word - and this is even before you take into account thieves looking to pick up any cash left on your counter, your own fatigue revived by making a cup of something hot and a rival looking to put you out of business. Get it wrong, and you could find your shop rapidly emptying as the collective frustration boils over and your consumer base clears off. If quick-fire games with a penchant for pace are your thing, then there are few that do it better than Frenzy - this is a game that'll give you massive highs and also send you slightly mad in the process, but it's the perfect example of just how mobile phones can accommodate action-packed titles without sacrificing gameplay. All this to-ing and fro-ing eventually becomes second nature and the sheer thrill that comes with making those split-second decisions is what powers you through. Whether that's the case or not I've no idea, but its clear the boys and girls at Sumea believe there's life in the house that cocoa built yet, with Chocolate Shop Frenzy delivering exactly what its title suggests: a chocolate store awash with customers, each demanding their own box of milky heaven. Sound hectic? But if all that becomes too much, then Sumea has also thrown in a mini-game for good measure, just to break up any sense of monotony that might set in. Moving from the counter to the chocolate machines to the contraptions that wrap your gift boxes only requires a tap left, right '4' and '6' , up or down '2' and '8' depending on your position, with the game automatically carrying out the action at hand if only one is on offer, or presenting you with the options if many are available. It doesn't get much sweeter than that.


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Chocolate Shop Frenzy Fast and full of fun, Chocolate Shop Frenzy is one candy fix that won't leave you feeling bloated and lethargic afterwards. Sound hectic? It's just as well that, during all this commotion, navigating your way around your shop is a breeze. Chocolate Shop Frenzy Fast and full of fun, Chocolate Shop Frenzy is one candy fix that won't leave you feeling bloated and lethargic afterwards. Available on: Mobile You would have thought that the advent of the credit crunch would have cut our spending on confectionery right down, wouldn't you? Your average American coffee house has nothing on this - Frenzy will teach you just how to cope with the whim of every customer that storms through your door. Your average American coffee house has nothing on this - Frenzy will teach you just how to cope with the whim of every customer that storms through your door. Surely, working in a chocolate boutique or candy store right now would be pretty easy work - employees piling on the pounds as they snack on all the treats left on the un-bought treats. Get it wrong, and you could find your shop rapidly emptying as the collective frustration boils over and your consumer base clears off. While you might think that a 'first come, first serve' mantra would serve you well, any sense of routine is tossed out the window as soon as different kinds of customers begin to turn up at your store; old grannies are perfectly happy to wait a little longer than your average customer, as opposed to businessmen, who quickly get impatient while yabbering away on their mobile phones. Surely, working in a chocolate boutique or candy store right now would be pretty easy work - employees piling on the pounds as they snack on all the treats left on the un-bought treats. Whether that's the case or not I've no idea, but its clear the boys and girls at Sumea believe there's life in the house that cocoa built yet, with Chocolate Shop Frenzy delivering exactly what its title suggests: a chocolate store awash with customers, each demanding their own box of milky heaven. Though timed, this is a much more pedestrian contest that contrasts well with the frantic nature of Chocolate Shop Frenzy's main mode, where speed is your lifeblood and combos essential to hitting each round's points target. All this to-ing and fro-ing eventually becomes second nature and the sheer thrill that comes with making those split-second decisions is what powers you through. As customers appear at your counter, it's up to you to take their orders, pick up their chocolates, wrap them if they so please and deliver them back to the counter before they get fed up and leave.

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  1. Whether that's the case or not I've no idea, but its clear the boys and girls at Sumea believe there's life in the house that cocoa built yet, with Chocolate Shop Frenzy delivering exactly what its title suggests: a chocolate store awash with customers, each demanding their own box of milky heaven. All this to-ing and fro-ing eventually becomes second nature and the sheer thrill that comes with making those split-second decisions is what powers you through. It's a standard concept, but Frenzy is the kind of game that constantly puts hurdles in your path just to complicate issues a little. Get it wrong, and you could find your shop rapidly emptying as the collective frustration boils over and your consumer base clears off.

  2. Your average American coffee house has nothing on this - Frenzy will teach you just how to cope with the whim of every customer that storms through your door. The whole point of the main game is to successfully run your shop for 12 months, but each month consists of three days spent running the store and one day developing new chocolates - cannily applied through a mini-game that sees you matching together various different ingredients in threes on a grid. It doesn't get much sweeter than that. As customers appear at your counter, it's up to you to take their orders, pick up their chocolates, wrap them if they so please and deliver them back to the counter before they get fed up and leave. Sound hectic?

  3. Moving from the counter to the chocolate machines to the contraptions that wrap your gift boxes only requires a tap left, right '4' and '6' , up or down '2' and '8' depending on your position, with the game automatically carrying out the action at hand if only one is on offer, or presenting you with the options if many are available. Moving from the counter to the chocolate machines to the contraptions that wrap your gift boxes only requires a tap left, right '4' and '6' , up or down '2' and '8' depending on your position, with the game automatically carrying out the action at hand if only one is on offer, or presenting you with the options if many are available. As with games such as Diner Dash and Cake Mania , Chocolate Shop Frenzy is all about quickly serving customers, sorting and delivering a rash of different orders as impatient folk stand and stare. The game handily informs you of the various quirks each of the game's characters has, leaving it up to you to decide just who your priority should be at that exact moment. Surely, working in a chocolate boutique or candy store right now would be pretty easy work - employees piling on the pounds as they snack on all the treats left on the un-bought treats.

  4. Instead, people tend to come in packs of four, with orders also turning up via phone just to add to your workload. Available on: Mobile You would have thought that the advent of the credit crunch would have cut our spending on confectionery right down, wouldn't you? If quick-fire games with a penchant for pace are your thing, then there are few that do it better than Frenzy - this is a game that'll give you massive highs and also send you slightly mad in the process, but it's the perfect example of just how mobile phones can accommodate action-packed titles without sacrificing gameplay.

  5. Instead, people tend to come in packs of four, with orders also turning up via phone just to add to your workload. Chocolate Shop Frenzy Fast and full of fun, Chocolate Shop Frenzy is one candy fix that won't leave you feeling bloated and lethargic afterwards. It's just as well that, during all this commotion, navigating your way around your shop is a breeze. The game handily informs you of the various quirks each of the game's characters has, leaving it up to you to decide just who your priority should be at that exact moment. Get it wrong, and you could find your shop rapidly emptying as the collective frustration boils over and your consumer base clears off.

  6. If quick-fire games with a penchant for pace are your thing, then there are few that do it better than Frenzy - this is a game that'll give you massive highs and also send you slightly mad in the process, but it's the perfect example of just how mobile phones can accommodate action-packed titles without sacrificing gameplay. Whether that's the case or not I've no idea, but its clear the boys and girls at Sumea believe there's life in the house that cocoa built yet, with Chocolate Shop Frenzy delivering exactly what its title suggests: a chocolate store awash with customers, each demanding their own box of milky heaven. For instance, beyond the opening rounds it's very rare that you'll ever deal with just one customer at a time. Though timed, this is a much more pedestrian contest that contrasts well with the frantic nature of Chocolate Shop Frenzy's main mode, where speed is your lifeblood and combos essential to hitting each round's points target.

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