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I loooooooooove this game! I have sent multiple screenshots of this game to my family & friends to show them how adorable it is!!! Many people think it's like Words with Friends but it's NOT and I love that! The Candy Crush Friends pertains to the fact that you play with "friends" in the game who throw boosters on to the board for you (the girl, the yeti, the nutcracker, etc)! If I could attach screenshots I would. It's so cute and fun. Before this game the Soda Crush was my favorite but this quickly replaced it! I don't know if they made this game in response to people complaining about how hard Candy Crush is but it FEELS like that's why because this game seems to make it easier on you to get through levels-- even if the levels do become more challenging. My mom and my 9-year old daughter stopped playing Candy and Soda Crush because they got discouraged when getting stuck on earlier levels. I feel like this game will revive their love of the Candy Crush puzzle game. Plus, it's just way cuter and more fun I think. Hope this helps!
So my last review got deleted due to foul language. I’m usually cursing while playing this game but anyways, it’s a good game. The concept of the friends helping you is the best I’ve seen throughout the CC Saga series. I’m never stuck on levels for weeks on end like it’s counterparts. The Bubblegum event is great, very rewarding and I’d hope to see it more frequently. But of course this game has its negatives. I don’t really like the rewarding system at all. You can’t start a level with 2x fish, or any special candies. Only the three boosters they provide, which in itself is frustrating. You get increments of the rewards instead of just a full reward. Then on top of that, you’re playing for costumes. Time and energy is simply going into changing how the characters look, not with how much they help you. Sometimes they don’t even help you and put their powerups in the most ridiculous of places. And that leads me to my final topic, the fish. In all CC Saga games the fish are pretty much useless but this game takes the cake!!! The fish go in the legit opposite spot that would help you. Swipe a fish which a wrapped/striped candy? It will go in the spot where is least helpful. I can’t stand it. You’ll have one move left and the fish won’t help you will whatsoever. But all in all, I play this game a lot. It isn’t my favorite CC game but it is fun and less frustrating at times.
I really don’t like the trend of in-app purchases in games, but it looks like they’re here to stay. I’d much rather buy a game for a fair price than be goaded along into buying coins or fruits or whatnot constantly. I usually don’t even try a game if I see it has in-app purchases, but I somehow missed this for Candy Crush Friends. I got into playing it, but said I’d never go for the kind of in-app purchases that only let you play a little more. I got prompted several times to purchase the piggy bank once it “got full” and wouldn’t accept the gold bars needed to continue a failed game. Finally I said, “okay, I’ll buy the piggy bank, that’s a fair price to make it go away and let me accumulate gold bars from now on. I was then surprised that it didn’t make the piggy bank go away, rather it just emptied it temporarily, and the $3.99 charge will have to be paid again and again, the exact type of in-app purchase I loathe. I thought the lack of clarity of this purchase was deceptive and typical of the in-app purchase model at its worst, and it took any fun out of the game for me. I’ve deleted the app even though I just made a $3.99 purchase (in fact, BECAUSE of the $3.99 purchase), and will be much more wary of which games i try in future.
This is my new favorite game! It’s very fun. However, I only gave it four stars for several reasons. 1. I hate having to wait for the characters to stop waving, dancing, etc. to start playing the game. 2. I get points after passing some levels, and they aren’t very helpful. You only get about six or seven points each time. The points mostly go toward costume changes, which I could do without. You have to play FOREVER to collect a lollipop hammer or a supercharge of a character’s power. Also, when I am able to open the chest, there is nothing in it except for a few points! I don’t even worry about trying to get to it anymore. 3. I don’t like that the jam is red. I wish it was purple, like in Candy Crush Soda. 4. Why are there people that I don’t know playing along with me that are showing up as if they’re my friends? They have animal faces and just say “player”. When I go to my profile, there is no option to change my picture to something else, so it truly seems like there are strangers showing up when I pass them or when they pass me. What is the point of this, and can I stop it?
I like this game quite a bit and think it is the best of the Candy Crush Saga. However, there are too many glitches and failures to update. I’ve been signed out and sent back about 1000 levels (luckily this only happened once), losing all of my boosters in the process. Recently, I earned a reward for completing 10 quests but didn’t actually receive the award. Now, there’s some event with the jelly queen or whatever she is...I got the notifications for the event and she shows up when I start the game, but I can’t take part in the event because it doesn’t show up. My app is updated, I’ve completely closed it and reopened, etc, and nothing works. I also agree with the criticisms about the gold bars. All that said, it’s a pleasant-enough way to waste a few minutes here and there, and unlike the first Candy Crush game, I haven’t been stuck on a level for more than a few days (as opposed to weeks). I recommend it if you just want to space out for a little bit, but there are other similar games with better rewards and more consistent updates that actually work if that’s what you’re looking for.
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Candy Crush Friends Saga has 422 708 user reviews.
Candy Crush Friends Saga has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of Candy Crush Friends Saga (1.28.8) was released on Jan 09, 2020.
You can download Candy Crush Friends Saga here:.
The newest game from the Candy Crush Franchise! With updated graphics, fun new game modes and a host of friends to help you blast through hundreds of levels!
Your Candy Crush Friends have been scattered throughout the Candy Kingdom - Join this match 3 puzzle game to find them! This friendly bunch have their own unique powers
to help you to create sweet candy combinations and blastthrough blockers!
Switch and match candies to unlock rewards, friends, and sweet collectable outfits! The more candies you collect the greater your power on the game board!
This fun new Candy game is filled with delicious treats - cookies, jam, chocolate and more! Your favourite game modes, but sweeter than ever!
Candy Crush Friends Saga features:
• Hundreds of levels to play – collect your favorite friends along the way!
• Your Candy friends are your allies – they are ready to help you blast through levels!
• Watch Yeti and his friends dance when you win levels!
• Fun new game modes; dunk the cookie in the chocolate & free the octopuses and the mammoths!
• Keep your friends in a sticker book and change their outfits!
• Explore sweet new worlds in 3D!
• Easy to play but challenging to master!
• Play whenever, online and offline. Easily sync the game between devices and access full game features when connected to the internet.
• Take on this epic saga alone or play with friends to see who can get the highest score!
If you need help and support, you will find helpful and extensive FAQs in our in-game Help Center, click the ? to launch it.
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Candy Crush Friends Saga is completely free to play but some optional in-game items will require payment with real money. You can turn off the payment feature by disabling in-app purchases in your device’s settings.
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