Candy Crush Jelly Sagaby Kim May 17, 2016 | 1 Votes | 1 Played | 0 Reviews 10 rate Candy Crush Jelly Saga adds more bounce to a classic match-3 game. Here, you need to spread the jelly all over by matching the right set of candies. Create a Fish Candy to swim and clear a tricky candy off the board, or get a boost with the Lollipop Hammer! Play Now Similar Games Played
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Candy Crush Jelly Saga is another solid match-3 game from King, and while it will have you matching the familiar candies you’ve come to love, you also need to spread the jelly, save some Puffer friends and beat the Jelly Queen with each exciting level.
The world of candy is under threat once again, this time from the formidable Jelly Queen and the cunning Cupcake Carl, and many more enemies that will stop you from spreading the jelly. Help a Yeti girl named Jenny put Candy Kingdom back in order by matching sweet candies together to spread the jelly everywhere and save the day!
Candy Crush Jelly Saga features the same shiny candies that were first seen in Candy Crush Saga. Just like in Candy Crush, you need to make three or more matches of the same candies to clear it from the board. A few seconds into the game, though, you’ll realize that it’s nothing like other match-3 games that came before it.
There’s more to this game than matching candies. You have to spread the jelly across the board. This means that when you start a level, some candies have jelly under them, while some do not. The goal is to match one or more candies with jelly underneath with other candies with no jelly underneath. Doing this will “spread the jelly” until the entire board is covered. With this in mind, you’ll get the hang of matching candies to spread the jelly.
Some levels will have more than one board to solve, and a new board slides in after you solve the first one. There are also levels where some candies are locked in place and can’t be moved unless they are matched with two or more candies of the same kind. Each move should have the best jelly-spreading impact, as moves are limited as indicated on the top right corner of the screen. Once you’re out of moves, you can continue to play by paying with Gold Bars, or you can start over and lose one life.
You have a maximum of five lives for each session, and if it runs out, you can add more by paying with Gold Bars or wait until the lives regenerate (around 30 minutes). You can also ask your Facebook friends to send you more lives, but you might need to wait for them to respond. You start the game with 50 free Gold Bars, after that you can buy more with real money.
Certain gameplay twists in this game involves a turn-based level, where you take turns against an NPC (non-player character), like Jelly Queen or Cupcake Carl, and the first player to accomplish the level’s goal wins. In one level, you need to cover the board with jelly while the other player, Jelly
Queen will take the jelly off with her matches. In another level, you need to free marshmallow-like worms called Pufflers from under the candies in the same turn-based gameplay. The first player to free the most Pufflers wins. There are more goals as you complete more levels, and they can either be in single-player or two-player mode. Freeing the Pufflers, for instance, are also offered in single-player mode, where you need to clear the frost beneath the candies, and then clear the candies themselves to free the Pufflers from beneath. The number of Pufflers you need to free is shown on the top of the screen.
Of course, the fun in matching are creating special candies that boost your clearing power. In addition to the striped and wrapped candies that were first seen in Candy Crush, Candy Crush Jelly Saga has more new candies for you to use. Match four candies in a 2x2 square to create a Candy Fish, which “swims” when matched with another candy of the same color, and destroys one tricky candy from the board. The Color Bomb Candy, which is formed by lining up five candies of the same kind, is also present in this game. Match this candy with any other candy to clear all candies of that color from the board.
Boosters are unlocked as you complete more levels. You can use a Lollipop Hammer to crush one candy of any kind from the board, or a Striped Lollipop Hammer to blast out an entire row or column of candies. Lastly, a Color Bomb Hammer crushes all candies with the same color. You can only use a limited number of boosters during a level. You can buy more boosters with Gold Bars.
While Candy Crush Jelly Saga has its similarities with Candy Crush Saga, the spreading of jelly criteria for completing the level makes it more challenging. The game can get hard as early as the fifth level, so be prepared to play one or two levels more than once. This is not necessarily a letdown, but it’s just the way the game works, and it’s up to you to form a winning strategy.
Like other King games, Candy Crush Jelly Saga has a huge following, with its Facebook page garnering over 200,000 likes. If you connect the game with the Facebook account, you’re sure to find friends already playing the game. King is constantly adding more levels, which they announce on their Facebook page, so be sure to follow and check it out.
The same shiny and sweet-looking candies that you’ve come to know from other King games is still very much present in this version. The addition of new gameplay and level twists did not at all change the way the game looks. The music and sound effects are almost identical to that of Candy Crush Saga, even the voiceover that announces special moves.
If you’re looking for a match-3 game with more challenges and varied game modes, then Candy Crush Jelly Saga is one such game to get your hands on. This game is not just a swipe-and-match feat that might bore you eventually, but this is a game that gets challenging early on. With a two-player mode, things get even more intense. Candy Crush Jelly Saga may look the same as Candy Crush Saga, but it adds a nice twist that will get you hooked.