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Candy Crush Saga is the latest mobile game craze, available for Android, iOS, Facebook and online. It's your average match-three puzzler, but a variation on the theme that sees gems swapped with sweets and other tasty treats. It's deliciously addictive. See Android Advisor.
Hailed as 'the sweetest game', Candy Crush Saga invites you to "join Mr Toffee and Tiffi on an exciting journey through the world of candy". As with any game of its genre, you match like sweets in a line of three or more to gain points and bonuses. In common with that other great gem-puzzler, Bejeweled, the more sweets you match with each move the more candy bombs you create, points you collect and faster you progress.
Each level of Candy Crush Saga is slightly different, whether you have to get rid of all the sweets encased in jelly within a certain number of moves, achieve a certain point-score within a given amount of time, or drop the various ingredients for a tasty recipe to the bottom of the grid. It requires a degree of logic that keeps you entertained through Candy Crush's more than 100 levels, which encompass various 'episodes' such as 'Lemonade Lake' and 'Candy Factory'.
You're awarded up to three stars for your performance within each level, and you can return to any previous level in hope of achieving a perfect score.
Candy Crush Saga offers you five chances to screw up and, once you've run out of lives, you must either put down the game and wait for your health to be replenished, or stock up by begging your Facebook friends for more or forking out real cash. This becomes a problem only when you get reasonably far into Candy Crush and the difficulty ramps up, at which point the countless entirely free alternatives start to become attractive.