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Rating: 3.8/5 (103 votes)
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DoraKing William's Chocolate ChallengeWhen I make hot chocolate, it comes from a can and is a suspicious grey-brown powder that never really dissolves, leaving me with a mediocre beverage full of little chunks. Tasty! But it turns out if you're royalty, you not only get gourmet hot-chocolate, but is also comes frothed... every day! King William's Chocolate Challenge is a point-and-click puzzle game by Kanoti aimed at young kids that stars you as a young boy or girl assisting Mr Nice, the man in charge of bringing the King his daily cup of (frothed!) hot chocolate. Unfortunately, on this particular day Mr. Nice has forgotten the royal frothing spoon, and when you return with it, you discover all manner of noble snobbery standing in your way to the King. You'll need to click through four different rooms, figuring out how to appease/sneak past/otherwise deal with the people in each one, in order to finally deliver the frothing tool to Mr. Nice so he can keep his job. If you think that's a silly thing to fire someone over, then clearly you've never had a really good froth before.

Since the game is aimed purposefully at kids, King William's Chocolate Challenge is definitely on the easy side. Even without the helpful characters in each room, the stages are so small that it's a snap to find what to click on next. Despite the ease and length, however, the game succeeds with its charm and style, packing itself with enough silliness and smiles that kids will enjoy it as much as adults will too... albeit with less surreptitious glances over their shoulders to make sure their boss isn't watching. So if you've got some ankle-biters nearby, pull them onto your lap and let them play, or just enjoy it yourself for the five minutes it'll take you... just remember to make sure your cravat is properly tied first.

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Walkthrough for King William's Chocolate Challenge
Level One

Click the steel mask hanging above the sleeping guard.

Click the smoking panel to the right of the fireplace. Proceed to the next room.

Level Two

Click the red curtain behind the throne to get the message "That's got his attention."

Click the curtain again so your character moves and bows by the throne. The man standing in front of the door should say something like, "At least you have the manners to bow to the throne."

Click the tapestry hanging on the wall. Proceed to the next room.

Level Three

Click the wig on the bed.

Click the chandelier.

Click the trunk of clothes. Proceed to the next room.

Level Four

Click the grandfather clock.

Click Mr Nice to give him the spoon.

Click the King once so he leans back into the fire.

Once the King is seated, click him again.

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Kids, do not run when fire is involved. Stop, drop, and roll...

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You do realise this is an advert for Hampton Court yes? . Nothing wrong with that in principle - all historic interest and education for the kiddies and such.

[Yes, isn't it tagged with advergame? Hmm, I'll fix that right now. Thanks. -Jay]

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edit: advert may be a bit strong - edutorial perhaps is a better word :)

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dora, mix a little (a spoonful or so) of warm milk into the brownish-grey powder and stir it until all the lumps are gone. NOW fill it with the rest of the milk...non-lumpy hot chocolate.

(and tell Jay to pay you enough to go buy BROWN hot chocolate)

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ok now i feel like such an idiot
wheres the smoke on level one? like, what am i supposed to click????

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I gave this a 5/5, because I thought that for a kid, this is a great little puzzle. Plus, there is the "?" on every page in case you get flustered. Another great game for 6+ year olds.

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