Chocolate Castle Released
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
Lexaloffle has announced the release of Chocolate Castle, a new puzzle game game for Mac OS X. The game challenges players to clear all the chocolate in a room by moving candy pieces and using one of four animals to eat the four corresponding kinds of chocolate. The game features 120 rooms each with a unique puzzle to solve.
The object of Chocolate Castle is to eat all of the chocolate in each room. There are four types of chocolate and four types of animals to eat them with. To eat some chocolate, click and drag an animal into it and both of them will disappear. The full version of Chocolate Castle costs $19.95 and requires Mac OS X 10.2 or higher and at least a 300 Mhz processor.
You can also click and drag chocolate to move it into an empty space. If you put two pieces of the same colour next to each other, they will stick together. You can eat more chocolate with one animal by doing this, but be careful because once they are connected, they can not be separated!
Click over to the site below to learn more about the game and download the demo.
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