Candy Crush Saga is a puzzle game published by King that requires matching 3 or more colorful candies. Candy Crush Saga is suitable for kids as young as 5 years old, although they may struggle to get past some of the game's deeper, more advanced levels. The game is easy for your child to learn and play, but a challenge to master completely. Children need to swap candy blocks horizontally and vertically, and once matched, the candies disappear, causing surrounding candy blocks to fall into empty spaces. This can sometimes lead to a chain reaction of player bonuses in the form of increased scores and power-ups. The game also creates obstacles for children, such as covering candies with jelly, which the child must clear before matching candies. The game has over 100 levels and five different game modes that mix level objectives and maps, so there's always a fresh challenge.
Candy Crush Saga, voted "Best Social Game" at the International Mobile Game Awards, takes the popular match-3 game style to another level by adding a variety of special candies, "boosters" and goals beyond simple scoring a lot of. With its addictive gameplay, easy controls, and whimsical circus-themed animations, it's hard not to love this game for your kids. Plus, its beautiful map view, with all the stages mapped out, really makes the kids feel like you're on the go.
Candy Crush Saga's game goals may be as simple as "reach X points in Y moves", but from there, their challenges grow rapidly. Some levels may see ingredients hidden in the candy, and kids need to safely lower them to the bottom of the board. The other chessboards are full of jelly-like spaces and kids need to destroy all their goo to get to the next stage. Kids can only make a limited number of moves at any stage, so instead of simply looking for a match, Candy Crush Saga is about finding the right match. Additionally, Candy Crush Saga offers power-ups that are introduced and accumulated during gameplay.
Candy Crush Saga is probably the least aggressive game you and your kids will ever encounter. In the game your child starts with five lives, if he doesn't finish a board, he only loses one life. Even if your child loses five times in a row, going through these stages will keep you hooked for 10 or 15 minutes in the game.
The Candy Crush Saga puzzles are challenging and rich, the presentation is top-notch, and there's not much to the microtransactions. If you're looking for a great match-3 puzzle game for your kids, Candy Crush Saga should be an excellent choice not to be missed.
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