What's the official name of this chocolate candy in the video game candy crush?
What makes you think that it is chocolate? it does not look like it is to me.
Unofficially, it looks like a nonpareil. I love those things!
They appear to be a couple of chocolate drops with sprinkles just like pictured here, and from my candy crush experience they are packed with explosive fun.
I did not magnify them close up but that is what that one looks like.
You can't lose with chocolate drops with sprinkles. In real life they are very tasty, and in the game they crush lots of candy.
I take it you have eaten them and played this game.
As the guy says on the candy crush game, TASTY & DELICIOUS.
I also have a co-worker who sees and calls this object a Disco Ball. I guess everyone sees something different here when they look at it.
According to the 20th issue of volume 68 0f the Vermont Country Store catalog this chocolate candy is a smooth piece of rich chocolate that is coated in colorful rainbow sprinkles. This description can be found on page eight of the new catalog which is out just in time for Easter..
by TheHoleStory 3 years ago
What's the highest level in the Candy Crush game that have you reached?No matter what I do I can't get past level #23. LOL!
by Deb Hirt 4 years ago
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by Nithya Venkat 4 years ago
Why is Candy Crush such a popular and addictive game?
by nikki1 7 years ago
What is your favorite chocolate candy bar/'s?
by Carly Sullens 5 years ago
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by Johnathan L Groom 7 years ago
What is the best chocolate candy ever!!!?Creme Eggs!
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