Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth With Chocolatier On Facebook

Sun, May 30, 2010

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Earlier this month PlayFirst, the developers of the Diner Dash franchise, quietly launched their first Facebook game based on the Chocolatier series. The game is titled Chocolatier: Sweet Society, and is just as delicious as it sounds. The goal is to create and manage your very own chocolate shop, selling chocolates and making money so that you can work your way up to a chocolate empire.

For now at least, you will be working in two areas: your chocolate shop and your chocolate factory. The shop is where you display your wares, lure hungry customers, and sell your fine chocolates. You can purchase new displays and decorations, as well as space expansions, to customize your store. The factory is where you make your chocolates, in a Cafe World-ish manner. In order to make a batch of chocolates, you will need a machine. Once you’ve got a machine, one click on it will take you to your recipe book. Select an available recipe to get cooking.

There are several steps you will have to manually click through: processing, mixing, and conching. Once you’ve triggered all of these, your chocolate will continue to cook for a set duration, anywhere from several minutes to long hours depending on the recipe you chose. Current recipes include Chocolate Bars with Honey, Milk Chocolate Bars, and Dark Chocolate Infusions with Cherry. Hungry yet? You can start whipping up batches of chocolate in Chocolatier: Sweet Society here.

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