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Candy Crush Saga, from the makers of Candy Crush Soda Saga
& Farm Heroes Saga!

Join Tiffi and Mr. Toffee on their sweet adventure through the Candy Kingdom. Travel through magical lands, visiting wondrous places and meeting deliciously kooky characters! Switch and match your way through hundreds of fun levels in this delicious puzzle adventure. The sweetest game just keeps getting sweeter!

Take on this deliciously sweet Saga alone or play with friends to see who can get the top score! 

Candy Crush Saga is completely free to play but some optional
in-game items will require payment.

You can turn off the payment feature by disabling in-app purchases in your device’s settings.

Candy Crush Saga features:
● Tasty ways to play: Target Score, Timed Levels, Drop Down Mode and Order Mode
● Collect sugar drops to progress along the Sugar Track for super sweet surprises!
● Spin the Daily Booster Wheel for a delicious prize
● Pass level 50 to unlock Dreamworld and escape reality with Odus the Owl
● Unwrap delicious environments and meet the sweetest characters
● Tasty Candies, wrapped and striped Special Candies, Color Bombs and various other magical boosters to help with challenging levels
● Hundreds of the best levels in the Candy Kingdom with more added every 2 weeks for your entertainment
● Leaderboards to watch your friends and competitors!
● It's easy to sync the game between devices and unlock full game features when connected to the Internet

Visit https://care.king.com/ if you need help!

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Have fun playing Candy Crush Saga!

Minimum iOS version recommended: 5.1.1
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Reviewed by Iwnwseb 2018-01-13

I enjoy Candy Crush a lot. Always innovations! The games are relaxing, challenging, and addictive. (Too addictive! But then to the rescue comes a cut off time.) The graphics are very creative. And innovations always add new nuances. The bubble levels seem still impossible to overcome (for me), and I don’t enjoy them at all. Maybe the developers could offer alternate route for moving forward to people who share my particular handicap? Meanwhile, thank you so much for the many hours of enjoyment Candy Crush continues to provide. It’s a great, continually evolving, application
Reviewed by EMW1984 2018-01-13

I love playing this game. I play against my kids all time. However I finally purchased a package(so that I wouldn’t die!)for 20 gold bars, 2 hours unlimited life, and then a mystery gift and a bunch stuff like color bombs. It let me continue that level but that was it. I didn’t get any of the other stuff. Died on the next level and had no lives left. And I only had 5 gold bars, when I had 4 before I purchased the package. It was 10 bars to continue so I should have had 14 left. What the hell! I want my money back. And I won’t be purchasing any packages anymore!
Reviewed by Smokeycurls 2018-01-13

I use this game to wind down after a long day or on a bathroom break or anytime I've got 5-10 minutes!! Some reviewers complained that it takes 2 days to beat a harder level and that you shouldn't have to look up hacks... I feel like it builds character if you stick with it and beat it on your own. There's a satisfaction in winning because you kept going, not because someone offered you a way to cheat. Enjoy the journey, it's not always about the destination!! The only complaint I have is when you don't win a level it says "You failed". I wish it said "level failed" instead. That kind of thing can mess with some people. Ok, actually one more thing...I know you're trying to make some money, but purchasing the gold bars after only 60...it should be double that for less $! They go really quick!! If not for those 2 items, i would have given 5 stars. Happy crushing!!
Reviewed by Athelete414 2018-01-07

I love this game, however I find the gold bar situation EXTREMELY frustrating. Firstly, I think it’s bogus we have to pay for the bars we earn in the first place. But even if that is and will stay an option, I think that we should still be able to earn and keep some of the ones we earn. There can be a limit placed on them or something but still. Please come up with another plan so I and many others can enjoy the game without the frustration.
Reviewed by Garybob500 2018-01-07

i really like CC it’s a nice game!! great for when your bored it does get boring after a long time i did delete it when i was getting rid of apps cause i had no space but no i have space and am going to keep it bc it’s addicting and everyone needs a few addicting apps on their phone
Reviewed by Marian Barford 2018-01-07

Love CCS ..... but have paid twice (at $2.99 each time) and it keeps telling me i need to buy a Piggy Bank for my Gold Bars - which i don’t know what to do with anyway. CCS would be kind to give more directions for players. But other than that I really find the game fun.
Reviewed by Dirty_Nurse_Halo 2017-12-31

2975 levels completed, $0.00 spent on boosters/extra moves. I don't see how King makes any money off of these games, there are so many ways to earn boosters that nobody needs to purchase any. I was shocked to have actually landed on Jackpot on my daily spin, it's the first time in the three years I've been spinning it to have actually gotten it. I landed on it again recently and now that makes twice, and I’ve only gotten the checkmark booster 4 times total. I still wish they'd replace it with a gold bar and have all spaces receive the same probability of being landed on. All in all this is yet another easy game from King if you have patience and don't feel the need to rush through the levels. I've spent in total about $3 on this game years ago before I had enough friends to unlock the next sets before there were timers to unlock them for free. Not a bad investment as I'm right up at the end levels on this and three other King games on which I've spent nothing.
Reviewed by Sharm!! 2017-12-31

I enjoy this game a lot. Although it is obviously rigged so players might consider buying his/her way out of a game instead of being created so that its players become smarter. Personally, all games should cost 1price, 1x, and skills earn you special prizes. Why should a game creator get paid over and over for a game created years ago?! And how disgusting that this company's members earn money by setting up games so that a player chooses a cheat tool instead of choosing to improve their skills. Gross gross gross. Many rounds are designed to be impossible to win regardless of skill. Why are game companies not providing it's players with opportunities to get smarter? Instead players are being expected to be rich with a dumbed down brain. Hmmm...bad equation!! And furthermore, why can't I shut off the blinking suggestions? Especially since they are always the wrong choice! I'm almost done playing this game forever because the creators are dedicated to creating a stupid society.
Reviewed by Lskrefvhjtffbh 2017-12-31

I'm close to level 1000, and there are now way too many "hard levels" and "super hard levels". Even some "regular" levels are very hard to beat. I play this to relax, not to get frustrated. This game is only about 5% skill. The other 95% is the algorithm that controls the outcome, regardless of how clever you are. You will only finish a level when the algorithm decides to let you. I don't mind using power ups, even several per level, but only when I am within reasonable sight of success. When there is no hope of winning a level, I'm not going to use 15 or 20 - or more - power ups to win. It's quite ironic that the loading screen now says things like "relax and play candy" or "you are in control" when the game just brings frustration (not relaxation) and I know darn well that a computer is in control, not me or my skill. All of this is just making me play less and less, and I know there are many people who feel the same way. When King updates the game, their update notes in the App Store say "Coming back after a break? It's about time!" Why do they think people take a break in the first place? Because the game frustrates the crap out of them by being rigged!
Reviewed by Constructive Critiqu 2017-12-26

All three of the Candy Crush games used to be fresh, ingenious and addictively fun. I don’t mind if there are options to buy power-ups for those who aren’t able or willing to figure out trickier levels but Increasingly the game is made so that it is necessary to use a power up in order to finish a level. It seems this along with the next complaint started to worsen since a greedy American company took over the games from the Swedish company that created them. The most frustrating part of this game and it’s recent changes is the constant pop-up windows. It seems like one spends more time trying to say no or ok o all the stupid windows that persistently come up. Once o open it, another to activate it, another to accept it and even another to close it. To add insult to injury, they include a tick box option to select if you ‘don’t want to see this again” which does absolutely nothing if you tick it. All of the pop up windows continue. This was a great game and the little bits of time when you are actually able to play are still lots of fun, unfortunately it feels like you actually spend more time pressing “no”, “ok”, “don’t show me this again” etc. than actually playing. Even the basics of programming can help it they are interested they can streamline the processes so they can still have all the ads they want but reducing the time and clicks or taps it takes to get back to playing the game.
Developer: King
Download Size: 206279KB
Version: 1.89.0
Recommended Age: 4+
Release Date: 2012-11-14