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I have never written a review, in all my 11 years of being an iPhone user, and aaaaaallll the hundreds of apps I’ve downloaded, SEVERAL of which I used daily and loved very much. But I have to write a review here. This game is fun, addictive, challenging, and visually stunning. Very beautiful game. I’m a Libra; aesthetics can make or break almost anything for me. ;P You don’t have to spend money to beat levels. The game is multifaceted, having little side “jobs” for you to do, and also a little bakery where you can make treats with the ingredients you get from collecting stars, and the treats you make are used to upgrade your little airship that you ride around the worlds in, which also give you boosters for the levels. The music is not annoying at all (huge plus). I think it’s super unique that the game has a French twist to it via the music and the baking (idk why baking just reminds me of French people/France..) and the voice in the game is a man with a French accent and sometimes he even speaks French. I would give this ten stars if I could! I am just in love with Cookie Jam. It is perfectly done in my opinion. Bravo! ;)
This is one of my favorite games I use to pass my time. Being on level 1300 I can now confidently share just a few consistent frustrations. First is the daily wheel. This wheel has a visual glitch that prevents you from landing on anything meaningful. It seems preset to land on useless tickets. (See below) Yes, I actually did a bit of an experiment and kept track of what item I would hit the button on and 9/10 times regardless it would land on tickets. This wheel is the ONLY way to gain coins or boosters. The useless tickets: The photo of what you can purchase with said tickets includes a pastry bag, a useful booster. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Never once has there been an option to buy anything that helps with direct game play like a spoon, or pastry bag etc. The only options are baking items. Now, I don’t do the whole baking aspect bc I don’t see the benefit to my game play. So the tickets are pointless unless you want to partake of the baking portion. I understand I can earn hot air type balloons from ‘baking’ but outside that it is pointless. I appreciate this is clearly a built in function to force ppl to buy boosters and coins & boost the developers revenues. But If you are going to provide a daily wheel make it fair and random not fixed.
This app is so so fun. I was playing Candy a Crush Jelly and the levels seriously became impossible to beat unless you'd use power up after power up, and i'm not cheater so i'm not about to play like that. This game has never been so difficult that i've been stuck for weeks on end. i've had this game for half of the time i've had candy crush, and am already over double the levels on this game. The little bees actually almost always go in the most helpful spot. The pop circles and worms help you, unlike Jelly's pufflers. This game also mixes up the goals of the levels so you don't just get fried on one thing over and over, like with Candy Crush. The layout is ridiculously cute and eye pleasing. I also love how you can play this game completely free. With using the baking area you make yourself free coins and power ups. The daily spin has never been too repetitive or outright rigged. I'm so glad my grandma showed me this game it is my favorite time passer.
The game is enjoyable and interesting enough to play for a long time if wanted. The one thing I am not pleased with is the limited lives and sometimes it will allow one to watch a video to continue and sometimes a video can give +5 moves HOWEVER sometimes and too often the videos are not available. Now for the extra moves; fine, but lives? Why would I be playing this game if I wanted to play another? Stop offering me another game and allow me to play the one I am currently playing! Why would you want me to stop playing? And it makes it so I can not go on!!! Why would any game developers ever do that? Seems counter to the goal. I have paid for items and unless I do it time and time again I have to wait for WHAT to play more? Fun game idiot developers and managers! Like I said I am willing to watch the video if need be, sooo with adverts(yes I have purchased from these type of offerings before) wouldn’t it be best to allow me to watch them and NOT try to get me to another since I am playing one of your games NOW! Allow the video to be watched and allow me to continue on with what I prefer to play. Thanks
First of all, I would like to say that this game is one of my favorites to play. Always has and probably always will be. I’ve been playing for a very long time. Four years maybe? Unfortunately the developers have really clamped down on the power ups and the ability to earn those power ups. Here are a few examples: the free spins on the wheel doesn’t offer unlimited time any longer. When making the goodies in the bakery, you no longer get 8 or 4 hours of unlimited play after getting a level up. In fact, after going up two levels you now only receive a measly half hour of free play! The puzzles themselves are getting more difficult to play making it more difficult to earn ingredients to make the desserts, even at the “normal” levels. The shop to purchase ingredients and power ups are more expensive and offer a lot less items. And finally the tickets earned from playing are harder to get because the levels are that much more difficult. So sad that the makers decided to go in this direction. It’s really taken away from the gameplay. But alas, I will still play thinking about those days gone by.
Developed by the Jam City, Inc.,
who have also released the following apps Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Panda Pop! Bubble Shooter Game, Family Guy Freakin Mobile Game, Disney Emoji Blitz, Bingo Pop: Live Bingo Games, Disney Frozen Free Fall, Genies & Gems: Puzzle & Quests, Cookie Jam Blast™ Match 3 Game, Vineyard Valley: Design Game, Cookie Jam: Top Match 3 Game .
Cookie Jam Blast™ Match 3 Game has 149 015 user reviews.
Cookie Jam Blast™ Match 3 Game has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of Cookie Jam Blast™ Match 3 Game (5.90.118) was released on Jun 04, 2020.
You can download Cookie Jam Blast™ Match 3 Game here:.
Play Free. Fun & Challenging Match 3!
C’est Bon! From the makers of the hit game Cookie Jam, comes a NEW calorie-free treat, Cookie Jam Blast! With delicious new challenges and game modes, this game is sure to satisfy!
in your airship and embark on new bakery adventures! Whip your way through fantastical bakery islands and create scrumptious new recipes! Earn rewards along the way and collect limited edition airships in special events! You’ll want to check back often to see what’s in store!
- Brand new game modes! Hundreds of new puzzles!
- Match 4 to create a Jelly Bee! Use it to shake up your board!
- Reveal the Yumsicle! Swap macarons to uncover hidden treats!
- Oh la la! Make matches to move the cupcake towards it’s box! Get it out for delivery!
- C’est Magnifique! Break the Waffles before you’re out of moves!
- Quick, get the Topplers! Make matches next to a Toppler before they move! Capture them all to win!
- Jam through levels and earn 20 stars to open a special prize!
- Spin the wheel to earn daily rewards!
- Connect with Facebook to sync your progress and share lives with your friends!
Got a sweet tooth? Download Cookie Jam Blast today and satisfy your cravings!
DEVELOPER INFO: Jam City is the leading developer in truly cross-platform social gaming! Check out our other free match 3 puzzle games! You'll love to crunch through ever expanding levels and events. Jam through each sweet puzzle game & check back often to see what we've added! Begin your bakery adventure on this free match three puzzle game today!
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