I’m a fan of chocolate. It doesn’t even have to be decent quality. I only draw the line at whether it’s been dropped on the floor or not. When there was a chance to review an app called Chocolate Fantasy, I jumped at it like a trained circus dog. I had visions of frolicking in a field towards chocolate with tender music playing in the background. There was no music, and my chocolate ended up being granola.
Chocolate Factory is a universal app that simulates the user eating a chocolate bar by tapping on the screen. There are three different types of chocolate to choose from: milk, white, and dark chocolate. As we all know, not all chocolate is equal in the eyes of the consumer. There are also munching sound effects that accompany the taps. I was disappointed that I couldn’t choose where to take a chomp out of the chocolate. It doesn’t matter where you tap on the screen, the bite marks follow the same pattern.
The information section in the App Store is almost empty. I didn’t know what to expect from the app. My greatest app pet peeve was achieved. I strongly dislike it when there isn’t an adequate description. It doesn’t matter how simple the app is, an adequate description is crucial. My second greatest pet peeve is having chocolate dangled in front of my face that I can’t eat. The pixels don’t smell like chocolate at all. There’s nothing to satisfy my chocolate cravings. It only makes me more hungry.
What is your favorite type of chocolate, and what would you do for a Klondike bar?