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[Review] Candy Crush Saga

I am way behind the Candy Crush addiction! Even if I just started playing last Friday, I find myself facing the game every now and then. I'm not new to games of this genre, so I can say that I am not addicted to it... yet. 

The game is in my Samsung S3 Mini phone. The AMOLED screen makes the colors more vibrant and it is a plus on the graphics side. The music and sound effects are very perky and lively. It makes you think of sweet childhood memories of you eating candy or that day when you went to the carnival. However, it gets repetitive as you move along. 

Candy Crush on my phone.

What makes this game different from the Match Three genre is the challenge it poses. Instead of getting players to achieve a high score in a certain amount of time, it sets puzzles like limited number of moves or bringing the fruits down. I'm still on level 20's but trust me, the puzzles are so hard! It provokes you to think logically in order to finish your goal.

A difficult puzzle to finish...

...in just fifteen moves! 
On the negative side, you need to buy some 'lives' and 'boosters'. It is not needed to progress in the game but... life would be easier if you have it. Another option for you to have those is to get your Facebook friends to send it to you. 

Speaking of Facebook friends, I see another reason why people get addicted to this game! It is all about competition, too! Here, you will see your friends' level in the game and you will be challenged to do better than them! I like~~

Get competitive with your Facebook friends!
Will be staying in the game? For sure I will! The concept is so cute! It lets you travel to Candy Town, Candy Factory, Lemonade Lake, and so much more! Hmmm... Just how many levels are there to conquer, anyway? 


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