Chocolate levels (sometimes also known as Eat all the chocolate levels) are one of the seven level types in Candy Crush Soda Saga, along with soda levels, frosting levels, bubble levels, honey levels, bubble gum levels and jam levels. Chocolate levels are the fourth level type introduced in the game. They first appear in episode 4, Shortcake Shores, with the first level being level 32.
Chocolate levels are the 2nd least common level type in the game, making up 3.74% of all levels, with 280 total appearances out of the 7480 levels.
See the full List of Chocolate levels here.
To win a chocolate level, the player has to "eat" chocolate, or better said, destroy all of the chocolate tiles. The main problem, just like in regular Candy Crush Saga, is that if you do not destroy at least one tile in a move, the chocolate spreads by one tile. If chocolate is located in difficult places like corners, chocolate levels can be very hard. This is problematic on some levels in Wafer Workshop and thereafter, where both white and dark chocolate is present on the board and both will spread if ignored. Furthermore, if chocolate spreads, the chocolate requirement will increase, so unlike the original Candy Crush Saga, you must destroy all chocolate.
When all chocolate is removed, Soda Crush is activated - fish, striped and wrapped candies are made for every move remaining, giving 3,000 points for each. Then each of them activates themselves.
A player also has to reach a certain score requirement (for one star). This is usually trivial, because if you complete the main level objective, you always have enough points for at least one star.
The chocolate tends to avoid special candies and will avoid eating them unless it's the only move left for the cocolate.
Chocolate levels often make hard for you to clear if you do not eat them. Normally, levels are very easy if there are one chocolate type and few colors but this can become a disaster if there are two chocolate types, blockers, and many colors and if you do not clear them quickly. Locked chocolate cannot spread. This first appears in Level 45.
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- Level 31 - The first chocolate level and the first appearance of brown chocolate.
- Level 45 - The first appearance of Locked brown chocolate and Straw.
- Level 121 - The first appearance of one and two-layered white chocolate.
- Level 201 - The first appearance of Locked one- and two-layered white chocolate.
- Level 196 - The first appearance of both chocolate types.
- Level 498 - The 50th chocolate level.
- Level 1197 - The 100th chocolate level.
- Level 1267 - The first Chocolate Level released in 2017.
- Level 32 - The first appearance of Cupcakes in chocolate level.
- Level 144 - The first appearance of Swirls in chocolate level.
- Level 93 - The first appearance of Honey in chocolate level.
- Level 232 - The first appearance of Ice Cubes in chocolate level.
- Level 276 - The first appearance of Jelly Cakes in chocolate level.
- Level 492 - The first appearance of Licorice Links in chocolate level.
- Level 1108 - The first appearance of Peppermint Sticks in chocolate level.
- Level 71 - The first appearance of Candy Flow.
- Level 2600 - The 200th chocolate level.
- After the 98th episode in Candy Crush Saga, Divine Diner was released, the levels with similar objective were also introduced in Candy Crush Saga. The first level in Candy Crush Saga which requires chocolate as an order is level 1447.
- After Sugary Zen Garden, the white chocolate icon is used if a level requires white chocolate.
Life is a box of... : Can you ever get enough of chocolate?
Eat chocolate (3000 times)
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