Move Levels are sometimes rare. To win these levels, you have to get a certain number of points using a set amount of moves. All the moves must be used! So, even if you achieve the goal, the level will require you to finish using the moves. You must actually reach the end with zero moves left to pass. If you reach the target score but don't reach the end due to a candy bomb exploding it will be considered a failed level. Below is a print screen of level 2885 and the goal is to reach 180,000 in 18 moves. When there are no more moves left, Sugar Crush will activate all special candies on the board.
also known as Clear all jelly levels, are the most common level type. To complete these levels, you must remove all
the jelly on the board. The jelly is
translucent in appearance and can only be broken if a candy on the square with
jelly is removed. Double jellies are white
and take two hits to be destroyed. There
are more double jellies in the game than single jellies. At the higher levels, the regular jellies
rarely appear. The biggest issue when dealing jelly levels is that you
have to destroy the candy on top of the square. That is one of the most
difficult tasks in the game. At times,
it is hard to find a regular candy match in the corners, especially on the
bottom. When all jellies are eliminated,
Sugar Crush is activated and 3 jelly fish per remaining move will swim onto the
screen and eat random candies.
also known as Ingredient drop levels, is a bit more common than the move
levels. To win this level, you must
bring all the required ingredients to anywhere that you see a green arrow. There are 2 types of ingredients, cherries and
hazelnuts. Some levels require cherries, some require hazelnuts, and some
require both. They usually appear at the
top of the board, usually after another ingredient has been cleared. Some levels start with the ingredients
already on the board, but sometimes they will come out of a dispenser. Certain levels do have misplaced ingredients. Switching
an ingredient left or right is the hardest things to do when it comes to
ingredient levels, because only a few arrangements allow such switching. When all ingredients have been collected, a striped candy
is made for every move remaining, giving 3,000 points for each. Then each of
the striped candies activate themselves.
Candy Order Levels, also known as Objective Levels, are the second most common type of
levels. To clear these levels, you have
to collect a certain number of candies, candy combinations or blockers within a
certain number of moves. They are considered
easier than jelly levels but might be harder than ingredients levels on
average. At the higher levels, special
candy mixes become more common. Mixing 2
special candies can be a difficult task.
Not only do you have to create the special candies, but they also have
to be positioned adjacent to each other first.
(or Mixed Mode levels as referred to on mobile) have two or more different
objectives. You will only see these at
higher levels. At the moment there are three
types of mixed levels, clear all the jelly and collect all the ingredients, clear
all the jelly and collect all the orders, and collect all the jellies and clear
the cakes or destroy the popcorn. You might also see some mixed levels that require you to clear the jelly and either the liquorice or the waffles. Our game studio is always looking for new ways to present the levels so expect the unexpected.
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