|Developer(s)||Dark Heart Games|
The games are best to be compared with the Mario & Luigi and classic Final Fantasy series. Throughout the game you form a group with several other characters. The camera has a third person perspective on the player in the overworld map as they make their way through the areas. There can be several treasures found throughout areas that contain items. Enemies are also roaming through the areas, and when bumping into them you will engage combat in a special combat screen. The fights are turn based in a similar fashion as the classic Final Fantasy series. First a few members of the group will attack before the opponent will attack. However the opponents attack can be reacted on by performing actions, similar to the Mario & Luigi series. The opponent can do so as well, but how well they do that depends on the difficulty it is set on.
Every character has a different set of weapons that can be upgraded/created at the laboratory of Professor Cacao. Syrup for health and Sugar for Mana. Money is earned upon defeating enemies and bosses with which the items can be purchased. In addition each character has a piece of clothing that can be replaced with a higher gear.
For the full story see: Candy Adventure (video game)/Story
Our story takes place in Confectionaria, the place of confectionery. The land is known for brining sweets to the earthly realm and having them taste as sweet as they can be. However a terror from other land, called Vegetaria, flew over to Confectionaria. She went by the alias of the Veggie Witch and released vegetables and fruits all over Confectionaria and overthrew King Glace. Somewhere in Confectionaria is a small village which, goes by the name Sweetville, lives a young 14-year old girl named Ginger Crust. Her father works at Muffin Man Inc. all the way in Delicioucity. She once went to his work and could create her own gingerbread man, whom she called Hansel. The gingerbread man became her little brother of sorts and lived in their home until he reached the age to become the apprentice of Muffin Man. He was now a year in practice and returned home for the summer at the same moment when Veggie Witch attacked. A carrot and a broccoli barged into their home. The carrot used some kind of spell which turned Ginger’s parents into lifeless gingerbread men, and took them away. Ginger and Hansel were hiding during this time and were determined to get their parents back. And so they ventured out.
For all the holiday events see: Candy Adventure (video game)/Holidays
Every year there are holiday events in Candy Adventure where Confectionaria changes a little bit, sometimes major, sometimes only small bits. These events usually last about two weeks and a new story is told inside of them. Once a story has been completed once, the following year they will return as normal NPC's to talk to.
The game takes place in the land of Confectionaria. One of the many lands that lies in the sea of food. It is here where all the sweets and snacks come from. It is also the home to several spices who kinda live in every continent of the world.
One of the many little villages scattered throughout Confectionaria. Sweetville is not a very well-known place but interested people often go there to see the Gingerroot Tree, the tree after which Ginger is named. The town gained more fame after Fennel became CEO of Muffin Man Inc. It is the starting place of the game and the hometown of Ginger and Hansel.
Cotton Candy Forest
A forest made out of cotton candy trees with small cabins scattered throughout it. It is adjacent to Sweetville and Chocolatown on the west and east respectively. At the northern side is a cliff that, when jumped off, leads to the Yoghurt Lake, and in the south is the regular sea. Part of the forest also envelops Sweetville.
Chocolatown is a town known for being made out of chocolate. It is the home of the genius professor Moose, and the royal Cacao family that own a mansion just outside town. Everything chocolate related happens here as well as some caramel-related things. It is the home-town of both Ramon and Carmella.
Gumdropolis is a city ruled with the iron fist of Mayor Bubblegum. He may be very strict but is a reasonable and often stressed person. The city is known for being related to hard candy, bubblegum, taffy and toffee, and basically everything that ruins your teeth. It houses the best hospital in all of Confectionaria.
If you’re a tourist visiting Confectionaria then Pastryplain is the place to be. It is a living and blooming plain filled with shops, cafes, bistro’s and restaurants all over the place. It usually is a very crowded place and people often go here to hang out with each other. Pastryplain is a large area, however the business part of limited to the centre of it, around the centre is a dry desert.
If one leaves Pastryplain they will arrive at a small harbor that is known for its desserts that they retrieve from Sorbet Mountains, get shipped by Bento Valley and fish out of Yoghurt Lake. It is a small part, even smaller than Sweetville, but still a place many people come to visit, primarily because of Sorbet Mountains dangerousness.
If one were to continue from the Dessert Harbour, instead of crossing Yoghurt Lake to Delicioucity, then they arrive in Sorbet Peaks. It is a place where no one lives and only ingredients are taken from. It is dangerous because it often happens that parts of mountains break off, and because of the sheer cold. However there is a small tribe residing in the caverns where the ancestors of the Glace family come from.
Inside of Confectionaria is the Yoghurt Lake in which many fishes live. The place can be explored by hiring a boat and diving equipment from the harbour. Normally a boat goes from Dessert Harbour to Delicioucity but those were closed off when Veggie Witch invaded. There are little islands on the Yoghurt Lake made out of cereal.
The largest city in Confectionaria. It is adjacent to the royal Frosting Palace where the royal family lives. Delicioucity houses the Muffin Man Inc. which is the main manufacture of pastries, cookies etc. It also has several restaurants and a large arcade hall. It is the most advanced and populated part of Confectionaria.
The home of the royal family is the Frosting Palace in Confectionaria. It is a large terrain with a huge front- and backyard which is open for commoners to visit. The palace is made out of frosting for the main part and also has many ice cream elements and cake elements to it. The castle has a large dungeon which is completely made of ice. It is the current home of Vanilla and Carmella.
Between the cliff of Sweetville and behind the mountains of Sorbet Peaks is an island that goes by the name of Snack Isle. It is a secluded part of Confectionaria where most people don’t really want to go to. The main reason is because the food is called cheat food there and is salty instead of sweet and contains too much fat. It can only be accessed after beating the game.
|Artichoke||A brutal vegetable that deals massive damage with its regular attacks. It can do a 3-move combo that, when hit, decreases much of ones health. In addition it also has a high defense which is hard to break through.|
|Asparagus||Asparagus usually come in pairs in battle. They can work together by using team attacks, making their damage dealt much larger. Their most often attacks include throwing each other in different kind of ways. When all alone they are weak and can be easily defeated.|
|Pepper||A pepper can open itself up to shoot seeds at the players, as well as bounce up and down to create small shockwaves. They come in various colors: Green, Red and Yellow with green being the least strongest and yellow the strongest. Yellow also has a higher chance of inflicting a "burn" effect the player.|
|Red Chili||One of the enemies that deal status effects are the red chilis. They can inflict the "burn" status effect on players with every move, from a simple punch to their fire breathing or ember attacks.|
|Broccoli||Similar to Broccolin, the broccoli are fighting orientated. Their moves include delivering punches with their broccoli fits and bashing into the opponent.|
|Sprout||A small enemy that is very pesky when battling. They often will evade your moves by stepping aside, ducking or jumping so it is best to use large attacks against them. They are not very strong but can place a "disgust" effect on the player.|
|Cabbage||A motionless enemy that doesn't attack and only stays in place on the battlefield. It has a lot, really a lot, of health and a high defense. When defeating it a large reward is given to the player, although it will take a long time to defeat it.|
|Carrot||Similar to Carrotim, the carrots are magicians. Their attacks include conjuring smaller carrots and firing them at the players. This may be all at the same or varying to multiple. It can also decide to launch a large carrot.|
|Cauliflower||A more offensive enemy are the cauliflowers. The cauliflower can shoot pieces of its head up which then fall down on the stage. They can also slash with their leaves and spin around as well to reduce damage dealt to them.|
|Celery||The celerys usually hide themselves in the environment. Their attacks include absorbing projectile attacks and reflecting them, so it is best to use melee attacks on them.|
|Corn||Corns can be best defeated using magic attacks, avoiding 'baking' magic as that will only cause them to turn into popcorn. When they turn into popcorn they turn into allies and no EXP is gained. Most effective is using 'ice cream' magic and otherwise attacking them head-on can be done as well, except with Hansel.|
|Cucumber||An enemy that uses water based attack are the cucumbers. They attack with blasting columns of water or letting it rain from the sky, rendering any 'baking' moves useless, but also heals any 'burn' effects.|
|Eggplant||A large enemy that has a chance of inflicting 'poison' with every move. Most of their moves consist out of simple punches or belly bashes.|
|Lettuce||Lettuces have the ability to shoot out lettuce leafs. Aside from that they can practice magic as well. The leafs may multiply and be shot at higher speed, but also can be hardened as defense or enchanted to heal themselves.|
|Mushroom||A tricky enemy to defeat. They appear as a regular mushroom. They have low health, but it is wise to attack them with a projectile, because when getting close they emit a scent that causes the player to get 'dizzy' after which they execute wrong moves and may walk weird in the overworld as well.|
|Onion||The onions quickly begin to cry during battle, often after only one gets hit. Their normal attacks only include bashing, but once they cry they can become very dangerous. The may use their tears to let it rain acid from the sky. They emit a spore at certain times that makes the opponent 'dizzy' as well.|
|Pea||Peas are always found in the overworld in sets of three, they will also stay this way in battle until their shell is broken. They exit their shell to attack only and quickly retreat inside afterwards. Once they are out they are more vurnable and can be defeated with ease.|
|Potato||Hard enemies that are best to defeat with melee attacks as they are ressitant to magic. Heavy weapons like Ginger's are adviced against the potato as they have a high defense. Their attacks are slow but land massive damage when hit.|
|Pumpkin||The pumpkins have a huge appetite. They appear in the form of jack-o-lanters and will chase down the opponents to swallow them. They can breathe fire, bite and summones vines from under the ground.|
|Raddish||Similar to turnips but they are a lot smaller and somewhat faster. They always appear in groups.|
|Tomato||They will bounce around, the height of the bounce also making up the amount of damage they will do. When boucing they leave slippery pools of tomotojuice behind which slows the players down when stepped in.|
|Garlic||During battle they will emit a scent that attracts other enemies to the battle, making it harder for the players. They can also heal other enemies so it is wise to defeat them first.|
|Beet||They usually keep themselves just slightly above the ground and will hurl sharp blades at the players. Once a player comes close they pop out and actually allow to be attacked better, they usually appear in groups.|
|Spring Onion||The spring onions know three attacks. Their first one is launching themselves forwards at high speed, the second one is twirling around at high speed, almost impossible to dodge, and lastly they can use the same twirl as defense.|
|Turnip||Usually turnips hide under the ground. They also won't come out till the player approaches on the overworld. In battle they usually dig into the ground to pop up underneath the opponent, but can be taken out before they can complete that attack. They may also simply bash the players.|
|Spinach||The spinach leafs are carried by the wind and home in on players when close. They cut with their sharp edges and are hard to deflect without a shield. They can only be defeated with a shield or by avoiding them. Weapons have little to no use.|
|Endive||Endive is a motionless vegetable.|
|Orange||Oranges are enemies that can't be defeated by the player self. They will roll around, following you and after a certain time they explode.|
|Mandarin||Mandarin work similar to the oranges but they can be hit and will explode only once they are hit, they are also much smaller and somewhat faster.|
|Grapefruit||They are basically just there to heal other enemies. It has no offensive attacks.|
|Lemon||The lemons have the ability to spray a thick beam of lemon juice forwards or sprinkle lemon juice on the field to create puddles. Either way the lemon juice inflicts a "disgust" status on players that are hit by it.|
|Kiwi||The kiwis shoot many needles from their body all around, they can be deflected by guarding or attacking the needles. They also will stick to anything they latch on to. Blades are the best way to defeat them.|
|Pineapple||Large and hard enemies to defeat. They have a thick shell that is hard to penetrate. They may occasionally spike themselves, making it impossible to hit them, or swing with their vines.|
|Pomegranate||The pomegranate always just sits in one place and shoots out little seeds that explode on impact with anything they touch. It doesn't have a clear pattern of releasing its seed.|
|Apple||Simply roam the area and jump up and down to create shockwaves or roll around to inflict any damage to anyone in their way.|
|Pear||They are similar to apples only their jumping pattern is way off and when they roll around they may make unpredictable turns.|
|Peach||The peach is a fruit that is usually in distress and protected by other fruits. They don't attack themselves but contain a lot of sugar cubes. If their guards aren't defeated quickly the peach will flee.|
|Passionfruit||Unbeknowst to the passionfruit it heals the player when it gets attacks, slowly transferring its health to the player. However when they attack they drain health from the player and add it to theirs. It's a matter of rapidly attacking.|
|Cherry||Cherrys always come in a pair of two attached to each other. The bigger one has the face while the other one has a timer. The cherry will keep following you and when the timer hits zero it will explode. However when bashing into you it will explode too, and when you attack it too, and both cases will inflict damage. Projectiles work best against them.|
|Grape||They usually appear in a large group. They bounce around and don't inflict that much damage, but it usually takes a long time to defeat them because they are always with a very large crowd.|
|Plum||The plum can inflict 'poison' with some of its attacks. The change is higher when the player has more sugar cubes on them. Their attacks don't do much damage but poison always lurks around the corner.|
|Watermelon||One of the largest enemies in the game. The watermelon can approach a player and then open its upper part and swallow the player, repeadetly inflicting damage inside of itself. It then spits them out. When not being able to get close it will only spit small bullet seeds.|
|Banana||The bananas usually come in pairs. They throw themselves as boomerangs at the player so be wary on both sides. When they are defeated their shell remains which one can trip over, so be cautious.|
|Strawberry||An airbone enemy that keeps itself in the air, using its leafs as a propeller. They can fly into the player of over them while dropping seeds.|
|Blueberry||They are the smallest enemies in the game that keep running after you and will lunge onto you. They slow you down but don’t do much damage. However it enables other enemies to attack you easier. They can be shaken off by repeatedly pressing the attack button.|
|Coconut||A coconut will shoot a beam of milk out of their three holes and does this until it is empty. Once they are empty it is the time to strike, quickly before it regains their milk again.|
|Mango||A fruit that will keep attacking the players, even when it is not their turn. They break the turn-based attack system and attack whenever they want.|
|Dragonfruit||A rare enemy that has the ability to breathe fire and inflict the 'burn' status. They drop rare items.|
|Carambola||The carambola is a magical fruit that rewards the player with a very special item once it is defeated. It is very rare for them to appear.|
|Pomelo||An enemy that looks very friendly but gets enraged by attacking them. When not attacking them they will flee after a period of time.|