Candy Crush Saga Review – The Hit Mobile Game Ever

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Who never played this game? Or just to know.

I think all the people in the world know about this game. Maybe I am so overrated, but it’s reasonable too. Mobile analytics firm App Annie, which tracks downloads and revenue on both the Google Play store for Android and Apple’s App Store, has Candy Crush as the most downloaded game for May 2013 in both. Candy Crush also brought in the most revenue of games in the App Store for the month while coming in second (to a game called Puzzle & Dragons from Japan) in Google Play. The top charts within the App Store and Google Play themselves have listed Candy Crush at or near the top for almost all of 2013. Wow so amazing right?

Who developed?

Candy Crush Saga developed by King Digital Entertainment. The first released on April 12, 2012 for  Facebook and On November 14, 2012  iOS and Android smartphones. In December 2014, the game also released for Windows Phone.

How to play?

From www.wikihow.com, here I am inform you how to play this game.

Get familiar with the game board. When you start a game, you will see the game board in front of you, covered in candies. Notice how the candies sit in specific places and the area behind them is kind of gray? The grey area where the candies sit is the game board. You will only be able to move candies in those areas (which means if there is a hole in the game board, you cannot move candies across it).

Match sets of 3 or more candies. The game is played by swiping candies, in any direction (so long as it is not blocked), to create sets of 3 or more matching candies. When matched, the candies will crush and shift the candies above them, allowing you to accomplish a series of different goals. If you create sets greater than 3, you will create candy combinations. These are powerful candy crushing machines which work in a variety of ways.

Use your boosters. You can earn a few of the boosters in the beginning of the game. You can also purchase most boosters within the game using actual money. These can help you win a level when you’re too frustrated or unable to continue. Be careful how you use them, however, as you never know when you’ll need one. Be strategic.

Reach the set goal in the game. Each level will have a set goal. This can be reaching a specific number of points, destroying a specific set of tiles (jelly-covered tiles), or other goals like forcing items to fall to the bottom.

Progress through the levels. You will play a series of games, each with a different game board and many with different goals, which will progress you across the levels. The game is split into sections of 15 levels. In order to progress to the next section of level you will have to acquire tickets (3, to be exact). These can be given by your friends who play Candy Crush or you will need to purchase them.

What makes Candy Crush Saga is so addicting?

From my experience play this game and became one of the people who are addicted, In my humble opinion, the reason Candy Crush so addict:

  • Easy to play. Just match three candies of the same colour. The game allows you to win and pass levels. Not only that, You Can Play With One Hand. You can playCandy Crush while carrying a drink, waiting someone or something to get you through boring meetings. You can play everywhere and whenever
  • It’s a free game. To get this game no need to pay. Not only that, you can play offline as well in PC by connect to Facebook or download the game from your smartphone and play.
  • Have a nice view. The game board consist of the many colors and shapes, doesn’t make you bored.

recommendation

I approached the game’s maker, King Digital Entertainment. It’a a great game. All ages can play this game. The game so fun and relaxing. But we must limit ourself, don’t waste our time just play  this game. For mummy, always remind you children to stop playing the game during the school.

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