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Candy Crush Saga

A match-3 puzzle game developed by King for mobile devices and social network services. The gameplay in Candy Crush Saga is very simple.

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Candy Crush Saga cover

developer: King

publisher: King

Official website

Game mode: single player

game release date:

12Apr2012

WWW

14Nov2012

iOS

14Dec2012

AND

Candy Crush Saga debuted on Facebook and mobile devices in 2012. It quickly become one of the most famous casual games and delivered great profits to the developers. It was created by studio King which also developed such hits as Candy Crush Soda Saga, Farm Heroes Saga and Pet Rescue Saga.

Gameplay

Gameplay rules in Candy Crush Saga for AND, WWW and iOS are rather simple. On each level created by the developers the player must complete specific objectives. Usually he or she must obtain a specific number of points or few pieces of a predetermined candy type. The game mostly consists of moving objects vertically and horizontally on a small board in order to create groups of at least three candies of same type. Once it is done, the connected candies will disappear from the level, new ones will be added and player will receive points. Additionally, if one manages to connect more candies at once, the candies create an explosive which detonates after having contact with a group of candies of same type. Such explosive can clear large part of map at once.

Age Rating

age requirements: everyone

9 Million Users Spend More Than 3 Hours a Day in Candy Crush Saga
9 Million Users Spend More Than 3 Hours a Day in Candy Crush Saga

news 01 July 2019 17:58

According to King's senior vice president, more than 9 million players spend between three and six hours a day playing free-to-play title Candy Crush Saga. However, the studio representative assures that the production does not have addictive properties.

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