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Minecraft The Chocolate Factory Mystery Review

The Minecraft The Chocolate Factory Mystery is a Store Community World that offers a completely fresh adventure within the game. Created by Toya this pack provides a short chocolate filled narrative with the end goal being to run your own little shop. The opening of this world is actually really cool and the initial tour is exciting. They just don't do much with it from there, you solve a few puzzles and then it's over. They had some neat ideas as one has you bouncing to patch things and in another you hit a meter at the right time yet it's so abrupt.

I will say the button to hit a meter was the next level of frustrating. Like I was saying, this is a very cool map that doesn't have anything to it. The visuals were great and the factory itself was really neat. Yet from there you do a few puzzles and then it's over. You can customize your store and even make custom chocolate bars which was awesome, yet there's not much to do with them aside from snacking.
Minecraft The Chocolate Factory Mystery Review

The Conclusion

This The Chocolate Factory Mystery from Toya is ok, it looks great yet feels empty. It really gave off a Willy Wonka type vibe and then that evaporated quickly. The ideas were neat and some of the custom styles for puzzles were very unique. I'm always impressed with how Toya continues to change up how their challenges are presented. There could have been more to this though and it seems like there was minimal effort in getting this together instead of it being something truly intriguing. It's not bad by any means, I was just hoping to see more from it. If you want to make candy bars of various chocolate types, then this is a solid way to do so with some puzzles to work through prior to that point.

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Review Done on Minecraft Windows 10
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Rating Overall: 5.2

Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner
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