Looking for a fun and challenging game that will satisfy your sweet tooth? Look no further than the Chocolate Fix Game from Think Fun! This unique puzzle game challenges players to arrange colorful chocolate pieces in different patterns to match the clues given on each challenge card. With 40 different challenge cards of varying difficulty levels, this game is perfect for kids and adults alike. It’s also great for developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills. So grab a box of Chocolate Fix and get ready to satisfy your craving for fun!
The article talks about the Think Fun Chocolate Fix Game, which is a puzzle game that challenges players to arrange colorful chocolate pieces in different patterns to match the clues given on each challenge card. The game comes with 40 different challenge cards of varying difficulty levels, making it suitable for both kids and adults. It’s also great for developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
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Hi, this is Patrice Badami, with Acorn to tree educational toy review. And this is a toy by Think Fun. It’s called chocolate fix a logical deduction game. It’s for children eaten up. And it’s for single players. So this is a great toy for a child to play on their own, which that’s not very common to find toys like that. And I’m so happy I found this. Let me show you what’s in the box. So you have this nice bag that holds this challenge card deck, that’s a stand. So this whole this stands by itself, I’m going to explain how to use it in a second. And this is the cute little chocolates in the three shapes of triangle, square and circle. You have dark chocolate, strawberry, and light chocolate milk chocolate. So you take off the top, but that’s an aside, you hold up the challenge that art right now I have it open to a beginner. And you can see there. So what you do is you’re going to arrange these chocolates based on the clues. See though, it’s a wonderful toy for independent play. It encourages critical thinking. It’s just really cute. And they have different sections, they have beginner, then they have intermediate. They have advanced and they have experts. So this gets really really tricky towards the end, but it’s something totally worth checking out. I really liked this. I actually started playing this with my four year old just to see if she could do a couple of the beginner ones. And so, again, it’s called the fix a logical deduction game. It’s for eight plus single player game. It’s from Think Fun. See if you could find it. It’s a great time.