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I want to start off by saying that this is a great way to pass a little bit of spare time. The countless updates over the years have added so many challenging levels that its one of those games that you can always return to which is exactly what I have done. I played Candy Crush a long time ago about the time when it first came out and I enjoyed the game a lot. As I do with every phone game I get bored of them and either dont play for a while or just delete the game entirely. I picked up the game again for the first time a few weeks ago and I’ve been playing constantly. The one thing that is driving me crazy are the pop ups between levels. I do not remember their being so many. There are so many of them that it takes almost as much time to click claim or ok on all of them as it takes to clear some levels. I just want to play my level then get on to the next one. Having to click sweet and ok 7 or 8 times on occasion is just infuriating imo. But thats just my opinion. Other than that its a great game. They of course want you to buy gold but you don't have to if you don’t want. I also like how they don’t constantly shove the “buy me” button every second. You know where it’s at and if you want to buy some to speed up your progression or help you get off of that difficult level then you know where to go.
I have loved this game until last week, I won some sort of race and was given a nice selection of boosters, I pressed claim, then went to check for those boosters and they were nowhere to be found. I figured ok, well it’s not the end of the world, well then, it happened again. The same day, I ranked up I’m currently on level 1401, and I claimed the ranking up boosters, a commercial immediately came up and then I went to look for the boosters and once again they were nowhere to be found. So I go into the game and find where to email if you have any issues, so I do that, they then send me an email to join the community, I did that, and I posted what had happened to me. Well no response from anyone anywhere, so I figured I would post this here and see if I get a response. I love this game, but apparently there is a bug that needs to be fixed, I wonder who else has had this happen to them. We all obviously love this game but honestly you should try and email us back instead of telling us to post on some community board that may or may not even get the issue figured out. The community is quite helpful for other things, I will admit. So go get rid of your bugs Candy Crush!
I want to start by saying I had stopped playing candy crush saga for about two years. It had become boring. I started playing again about 6 months ago. I like the new changes & updates to the game but developers...WHAT is the PURPOSE of the crowns???? One objective is to get boosters. The crowns offer NOTHING but confetti. POINTLESS!! Give us crowns WITH free boosters for completing so many levels on the first try! Additionally, TWICE I’ve come in 2nd place for the weekly race these past 2 weeks and didn’t get my prizes! The race ends without warning & a new race begins. But NO PRIZES! According to the race rules, the top 3 places get prizes! Additionally, why does the game take my black balls WITHOUT a stripe or candy bomb nearby?? That’s CHEATING!! Then the hard, harder, hardest levels come so close together, that there’s little opportunity to move ahead in the race once reaching the 2,000 levels. While the competition is ok, it seems that you’ve forgotten that SOME ADULTS play the game to relax & as a pass time. It should’ve cause frustration because you’re trying to force players to make booster purchases. We’re adults, not kids wanting to spend countless hours trying to get through one level of a game. Our lives consist of more than time on a game. So it would be greatly appreciated if you’d cut the crap and make the game fun again!!
It’s a fun game, but it’s pretty inconsistent. You’ll be playing along easy peasy. You might cut it close sometimes, but somehow you skate by, then WHAM. You’re faced with an oddly far more difficult level that requires special power ups or crazy luck to make it past. One star lost for inconsistency in difficulty. Then... You’re constantly being compared to some random other players as if it matters that you beat them. It’s the most blatant and transparent BAIT I’ve ever seen in a game. Sadly, I bet a lot of people fall for it. It’s just silly and unnecessary. Do they actually expect you to feel satisfied by achieving slightly more than a total stranger who probably doesn’t exist. No... They’re just counting on you to take the bait and plunk a few dollars down to pass them. I won’t give this game a dime. Here’s a tip. If you get stuck and stop playing for a few days, when you come back they’ll give you a bunch of free power ups to get you through that tough level and then some, hoping you’ll get hooked. So, if you get stuck and lose all your lives on a hard level, just go back to fruit ninja or bejeweled for a few days. Then you’ll see what I mean. ; )
I’m a huge fan of Candy Crush. It’s my number 1, go-to, fun app. First, I should say, I do not indulge in most “in app” purchases for boosters or “lives”. If I cannot win a level, I will continue to play with what I’ve got. It’s just not satisfying to advance in a game solely from advantages I’ve purchased versus my own effort. That said, occasionally, I WILL treat myself to cashing out the “piggy bank” of gold bars in Candy Crush so I can buy more “lives”. The bank has always held 60 bars...$2.99 to cash out. That amount alone (assuming I had zero bars reserved to supplement this amount) was pretty reasonable considering I could purchase 5 “lives” for 12 bars. It really wasn’t a bad deal...not GREAT, but worth the occasional indulgence. A little over a month ago (possibly closer to 2 months), without a word, the “piggy bank” shrank down to 30 bars...cash out price STILL $2.99!!!! THEY LITERALLY DOUBLED THE PRICE OF THIS IN APP PURCHASE OUT OF NOWHERE! No gradual shift, straight up DOUBLED THE PRICE!! Are there bigger problems in the world than my Candy Crush budget frustrations? TOTALLY! But how shady is it to gouge a price like that OUT OF NOWHERE for a product I’m pretty loyal to and for which I’m reasonably reliable to provide some income? NO WAY, NO HOW, WILL I SPEND ANOTHER PENNY ON THIS APP UNDER THESE NEW CIRCUMSTANCES.
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who have also released the following apps Candy Crush Soda Saga, Candy Crush Friends Saga, Candy Crush Jelly Saga, Pet Rescue Saga, Farm Heroes Saga, Pet Rescue Puzzle Saga, Diamond Diaries Saga, Farm Heroes Super Saga, Candy Crush Saga, Bubble Witch 3 Saga .
Candy Crush Saga has 1 249 550 user reviews.
Candy Crush Saga has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of Candy Crush Saga (18.104.22.168) was released on Jan 16, 2020.
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Start playing Candy Crush Saga today – a legendary puzzle game loved by millions of players around the world.
With over a trillion levels played, this sweet match 3 puzzle game is one of the most popular mobile games of all time!
Switch and match Candies in this tasty puzzle adventure to progress to the next level for that sweet winning feeling! Solve
puzzles with quick thinking and smart moves, and be rewarded with delicious rainbow-colored cascades and tasty candy combos!
Plan your moves by matching 3 or more candies in a row, using boosters wisely in order to overcome those extra sticky puzzles! Blast the chocolate and collect sweet candy across thousands of levels, guaranteed to have you craving more!
Candy Crush Saga features:
THE GAME THAT KEEPS YOU CRAVING MORE
Thousands of the best levels and puzzles in the Candy Kingdom and with more added every 2 weeks your sugar fix is never far away!
MANY WAYS TO WIN REWARDS
Check back daily and spin the Daily Booster Wheel to receive free tasty rewards, and take part in time limited challenges to earn boosters to help you level up!
VARIETY OF SUGAR-COATED CHALLENGES
Sweet ways to play: Game modes including Target Score, Clear the Jelly, Collect the Ingredients and Order Mode
PLAY ALONE OR WITH FRIENDS
Get to the top of the leaderboard events and compare scores with friends and competitors!
Levels range from easy to hard for all adults to enjoy – accessible on-the-go, offline and online.
It's easy to sync the game between devices and unlock full game features when connected to the Internet or Wifi.
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Candy Crush Saga is completely free to play but some optional in-game items will require payment.
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