Chocoly (aka, Schokoly) is a tile-laying game in which players attempt to create the largest continuous area of their own color of chocolate. Players keep a hand of four tiles drawn from a common pool of 2x2 tiles. Each tile contains a mix of two or three types of chocolate squares: dark, milk, or white. Play continues with players placing tiles in turns onto the board. An extra element of game play comes from the wooden smarties which can block or enable tiles being laid in a second layer, blocking or creating connections between groups.
With three players, the third color is played normally, but with two or four players, the unused color has an additional play element, with surrounded groups of the neutral color scoring for the player or team who touches them most.
Chocoly is related to the earlier released Scho K.O. but includes a third color of chocolate, with the red smarties being divided equally among all players.
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