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Chocolate Fix Board Game (Colors And Parts May Vary)


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  • Features forty mind challenges with solutions
  • Four levels of play; from beginner to expert
  • Nine chocolate pieces, one assortment game tray and a game-go bag
  • Players examine all the clues on the cards before making a move
  • Confidence builds as you narrow down the possibilities to fill each candy assortment
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 8 x 2.5 inches ; 10.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000Y8EQ8K
  • Item model number: 1530
  • Our recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 1 month and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,053 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
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ThinkFun Chocolate Fix

From the Manufacturer

You will be tempted to take a bite out of these life-like candy plays. Similar to Sudoku, players examine all the clues on the cards before making a move. Once they discover where to put a chocolate piece, they combine this knowledge with the clues to learn more information. Some clues give exact or possible locations, while others just give you the token color or shape. Your confidence builds as you narrow down the possibilities to fill each candy assortment. Challenges ranging from beginner to expert will feed your chocolate cravings for hours.

Customer Reviews

Everyone loved it - adults, 12, 10 and 7 year olds.
S. Hitchner
There's no reason why two people couldn't work through a puzzle together; it would be a great way to use teamwork and share the logical thought process.
third time mom
Well anyway, this is a beautiful little game, lots of fun to play, highly recommended.
Learning All The Time

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

81 of 82 people found the following review helpful By third time mom on August 4, 2008
Here we have another winner from the folks at ThinkFun. My 9 year old received this toy yesterday; I have played it a bit and found it quite challenging even at the "advanced" level (it goes up higher to "expert"). The premise of the game is straightforward. You have 9 chocolates in three colors and three shapes; you are given clues as to how to place them in the "chocolate box". Not as easy as one might think! There is a spiral notebook of sets of clues with various difficulty levels. My 9 year old will do ok with the "beginner" and "intermediate" levels; the "advanced" level will challenge her but each card sort of guides the user's thinking to the next step. "Expert" will be hard for my 9 year old. A nice feature for parents/users is that this is a one person game. Or at least it's intended to be. There's no reason why two people couldn't work through a puzzle together; it would be a great way to use teamwork and share the logical thought process. But it's nice to have a game for kids that doesn't require a partner since a friend is not always around and a parent is not always available to play. But this is not just a kid's game. It should provide quite a bit of enjoyment to adults. A great way to keep the mind sharp! Like other ThinkFun games, all the pieces fit nicely in a cloth bag; so nice not to have yet another bulky broken box on the toyshelf.
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Learning All The Time on May 27, 2008
This toy stops people in their tracks. The chocolates are so luscious and cute, people are always curious about the game, and the first thing they ask is, "Is it tic tac toe?"

Well, no, given that there are 3 colors and not 2 but who's counting :)

In this game, you are given clues and must figure out where to place the chocolates. For example, the clue might tell you (visually, not with words) all of the chocolates in the first row are pink, and all of the chocolates in the first column are circles. You use that information to determine that the pink circle chocolate belongs in the top left space.

It is very similar to Gridworks, although not as good for travel (Gridworks uses magnets).

This game comes with a spiral notebook instead of cards like most ThinkFun games, and I really like that -- it makes for easier clean up and reduces the chance of losing/misplacing individual cards (which we often do -- we have over a dozen ThinkFun games tossed in a basket and none of them has a full deck of cards).

Well anyway, this is a beautiful little game, lots of fun to play, highly recommended.
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Susan Merritt on May 26, 2008
I'm a bit outside the suggested age range (at 43) but I really enjoyed this delightful puzzle. My kids have enjoyed other ThinkFun products, especially Rush Hour, River Crossing, and Tip Over, but this one I bought for me. It is almost like a 3-dimensional logic puzzle, in which placements are deduced using clues and elimination. It would make a fun coffee table accent as well. And best of all, no calories!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Suzy Q on August 17, 2008
What an amazing game. Your kids will accidentally use their brains and not even realize it because it is so much fun. I secretly play the game at night and it is such a fun challenge.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Helen Keszler on November 18, 2010
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This is the third 5 star review I've written for a Thinkfun product. Again, exceptional construction! The tray is durable, clue/solution book is tough, and each piece of chocolate is realistic enough to make you hungry. I agree with the person who said it was a great coffee table piece. I enjoyed it very much.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By John B. Goode TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 21, 2010
Thinkfun has come out with a lot of fun puzzle games and all of them are worth looking at, and buying!

With Chocolate Fix you get a baking tray with 9 empty spaces and 9 different chocolate cupcakes in different colors and shapes. You are then given incomplete visual clues with which you must determine where each cupcake sits on the tray in each puzzle. There are 40 puzzles and in each puzzle, only one combination fits the clues.

The puzzles range from beginner (very easy) to expert (very hard). It looks easy but I suggest starting from the very first puzzle to get the hang of it.

I love these games because they really challenge your mind. The beginning ones are very easy, the intermediate ones are solvable with a struggle and gives you a sense of accomplishment, and the very hard ones are really challenging. I've played them with my kids and it's fun to solve the puzzles together and work with them and you can actually see them learning and getting better with each level.

Pros: What I really like about Thinkfun games is that the ones I've got so far all have a bag with a drawstring so you can take them along with you and you can play them in the car or while waiting, it'll keep the kids busy and quiet.

The only con is that I wish the game came with more than the 40 puzzles. Maybe if this game proves popular, they'll come out with set 2. Or if you are particularly generous you can pass them along to friends, and maybe trade them for other Thinkfun games.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jill Rosseau on April 14, 2009
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I bought Chocolate Fix because I wanted to be able to offer my kids a better alternative than TV. I have enjoyed seeing the determined look in my son's eyes as he attemts each new challenge. He is eight and enjoys tackling the intermediate and advanced puzzles. My five year old daughter enjoys the beginner puzzles. It has gotten more use than most of our board games and I would recommend it for parents looking for games that will help develop their children's thinking skills.
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