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Chocolatier for Nintendo DS  - Zoo 1012166 -  Nintendo DS - FAO Schwarz®

Chocolatier for Nintendo DS

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$9.98 Orig: $19.99
  • Our Recommended Age: 6 - 8 years Details
  • Manufacturer's Age: 6 years and up
In Stock: leaves warehouse in 1 - 2 full business days. Details

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Description
Oh the gloriously rich and delectable life of a chocolatier! Constantly surrounded by mounds of white, dark, and milk chocolate, by coffee beans, sugar and milk, and by boxes and boxes of mouth-watering truffles. Yum! But in order to be a great chocolatier you must first travel the world for the best ingredients, barter for the most marketable recipes, manage production of multiple types of confections at multiple factories, and pay attention to the latest trends and market demands. That AND deal with employees, suppliers, vendors, and customers...not to mention warding off your adversaries! Do you have what it takes to conquer the world through chocolate?

Chocolatier features:
  • Two gameplay modes
  • Over 130 different quests and side missions
  • 14 cities to travel to throughout the world
  • Exciting mini-game to set your level of factory production for each recipe you obtain
  • Hone your haggling skills
  • Over 60 unique recipes to acquire and 6 factories to purchase
  • Delightful art style and original music transport you to the turn of the century
Features
  • Two gameplay modes:
    Story: Build your empire brick by brick and ingredient by ingredient!
    Freeplay: Travel teh world immediately and see what bargains you can bring home!

  • Over 130 different quests and side missions.

  • 14 cities to travel to throughout the world.

  • Exciting mini-game to set your level of factory production for each recipe you obtain.

  • Hone your haggling skills: Interactive bargaining with merchants determines the price of ingredients throughout the world.

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