Charlie und die Schokoladenfabrik (1. Quotes. Willy Wonka.
Hey, Charlie? I KNOW YOU WOULD DO IT! I am so sorry to put you through this. Slugworth. Pleasure to meet you, Charlie. Charlie Bucket. It's Slugworth! That's not Slugworth, He works for me! Charlie Bucket. For you?
This lesson will allow students to adventure into Mr. Wonka's Chocolate Factory by reading the book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, by Roald Dahl. Charlie receives a golden ticket to a factory, his sweet tooth wants going into the lushing candy, it turns out there's an adventure in everything.
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory is a 1971 American musical fantasy film directed by Mel Stuart, and starring Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka. It is an adaptation of.
Grandpa's Candy Factory for iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac & PC! Help recent graduate Cathy save her Grandpa`s Candy Factory in this fun and exciting Match 3 game! Violet Beauregarde; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory character: First appearance: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: Created by: Roald Dahl: Portrayed by.
Willy Wonka. Why yes! We had to test you, Charlie.
And you passed the test. Grandpa Joe. Won what? Willy Wonka. The jackpot, sir. The grand and glorious jackpot! Charlie Bucket. You mean the chocolate? Willy Wonka. The chocolate, Oh yes! But that's just the beginning.
We have to move there is more time and more stuff to do. We will take the Wonkavator. Grandpa Joe. It's an elevator! Willy Wonka. No, It's a Wonkavator. Elevators can only go up and down. But a Wonkavator can go sideways, frontways and backways, and many other ways. By pressing the key and ZING!
By now I had been using this to through the factory. Charlie Bucket. Who me? Not sure what is going to happen.
If we don't get enough speed, We won't make the day come through. Grandpa Joe. Where are we going?
Willy Wonka. Up and Out! Grandpa Joe. But the roof is made out of glass. It will smash over millions of pieces, And we will be cut to ribbons Willy Wonka. We probably will. Grandpa Joe. Well Congratulations, Mr. Willy Wonka. Why Thank You, Grandpa Joe.
The city looks nice from up here.
Grandpa's Candy Factory > i. Pad, i. Phone, Android, Mac & PC Game Grandpa's Candy Factory. Liked best in Relaxed mode.
You can get quite a long and twisting train, then poof its gone. Add exploding pieces, bonus pieces, and bonus easter eggs and you get a great time.
Not very good at finding the hidden objects or fixing the chocolate pipes, but they have skip buttons for people like me.; ) Another must have! Artwork is very cute and storyline is entertaining. Love how clear and sharp the graphics are. Match things like fruits, nuts, coffee, sugar, etc. Not really a fan of the mini games between levels. However, those are easy to skip.
Definitely try this one out if you like food games or match 3! Gets challenging the farther you go. I enjoy playing the timed mode. Not super challenging on the free hour. Buying it to see if it gets more challenging as the game goes on. I would definitly recommend this fun game. I really like all the game play but if i chose to play relaxed mode I would like all levels to be relaxed.
You play Cathy, who has now graduated from college, received a letter from your grandfather who informs you that he is tired, the candy factory is in trouble and he wants you to take over and, basically, fix it. So, you say goodbye to your Aunt and off you go to meet your kind Grandfather Winston. Berthold, your Grandfather's longtime assistant expected the candy factory to revert to himself when the . He has failed to convince Grandfather Winston that the factory would be better off converted to selling cork and rubber to no avail.
Then, you come, dismissing Berthold's ideas as well. This candy factory is your legacy so you begin repairing machines as they break down - all around you - all the time. Is this a coincidence or is someone sabatoging the machines? You will find out in this amazing match 3 (not really, see gameplay below) game. A fun, possibly cartoonish, claymation type of graphics, both in characters and the village. Colors were bright, cheerful, snow falling reminded me of hot chocolate and ice skating. Sound effects were fine.
I am a grandma who learned how to tune things out a long time ago - lol. You had to read everything, but that alright because it just seemed to fit well with the environment. It was all put together very well. This is not typical match 3 game. Your gameboard is more like a honeycomb and you match strings of 3 or more fruits, chocolate, nuts, etc. I had to restart the level once because there were no strings of 3 anywhere and there was no shuffle option.
After every level, you learn more about the storyline, which I loved about this game. A lot of M3s say they have a storyline but don't.
This one totally does. Every 4th level or so you have what I refer to as a . There's supposed to be a skip button but I never saw it. There are also HOGs which were fun and easy to do.
Right before the demo ended, Berthold was preparing to plot vengeance again. You'll want to continue playing to follow every bit of the storyline. You'll want to continue playing because of the innovative ways the devs have given you to play this game (bombs and bonuses). It's definitely a great game for everyone in the family. Unfortunately, I dislike the . I prefer the old swap mode.
Still, you never know. I may just decide to get the game one day - the suspense of needing to know the end of the story will drive me crazy. Who will prevail and succeed? The devious and jealous Berthold or the sweet but highly intelligent Cathy who's struggling to hang onto her family's legacy and not let her Grandfather down.
You'll only find out by purchasing the game. Especially in Relax mode makes it fun. The normal mode is unfortunately quite exhausting. To make matters worse, the game itself has no wow factor, it's just a repetitive match game matching of the same ingredients, almonds, peanuts, hazelnuts, vanilla, walnuts, sugar etc. I will say however, that the graphics are phenomenal, something you'd expect from Timothy Burton.
There are also a few mini games in between levels such as a Hidden Object Puzzle or a game of . I have to pass on this Match 3 game, mostly because it's a Chain type, click and drag match 3 game. The matching is repetitive without much variation in the quantity of pieces to match. I did not discover a way to . There is a relaxed mode. I just click all over the screen and just wait till the cursor finds the objects) and there is also a section that you have to put a puzzle together that is a maze using something like paper clips.
That you can get out of.