Tag Archive: Candy

It’s time to annoy your friends again with Candy Crush Friends Saga (Review)

Depending on which side of the story you are, Candy Crush is either a franchise you really like, or hate with a passion. People who like it keeps coming back for its huge amount of content, colorful visual style, and addictive nature. People who hate it either doesn’t like the microtransaction aspect of it, are fed up with Facebook invitations to play the game, or can’t stand King as a company.

It really doesn’t matter which side you fall  [Read More…]

Candy Crush Friends Saga to debut on Android and iOS on October 11

Mobile game developer, King has just revealed is gearing up to unveil a new game from the popular Candy Crush franchise.

Called Candy Crush Friends Saga, the title has been soft-launched ever since May of last year. Thankfully, it now seems King is finally ready to start offering the game to a wider audience. The game will become available for download on October 11 for both Android and iOS users.

Candy Crush Friends Saga has players traveling through the  [Read More…]

PopCap takes on Candy Crush with Bejeweled Stars

Match-3 puzzles games are a dime a dozen nowadays. Candy Crush is king of course, but it owes some inspiration to Bejeweled. Now PopCap has launched Bejeweled Stars, which might just Crush the competition. What makes this one so stellar? Read our detailed impressions to find out!

The next evolution of Bejeweled

The basic concept of Bejeweled is simple. Match three or more gems, score points, and try to create larger matches and  [Read More…]

Candy Crush Jelly Saga: King stays true to its formula [Review]

There’s a very high chance that you know someone who plays Candy Crush. The game stormed the App Store and Google Play when it came out, and even after several years, it

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Sweet Candy: Logic Experiments – Always think five steps ahead. [Review]

Overview – Move your piece of candy around, collecting other pieces of candy while jumping through all manner of hoops in the process. Developer: bone7 Price: Free (Ad-Supported, $ 0.99 to remove) Highlights:

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Call of Duty publisher Activision snaps up maker of Candy Crush

Activision has announced that its deal to acquire Candy Crush developer King Digital for $ 5.9 billion is now complete. The deal, which was originally announced in November of 2015, will see the mobile juggernaut that is Candy Crush join an already impressive lineup of blockbuster franchises from Activision. Says Activision’s Bobby Kotick:

“We now reach over 500 million users across almost every country, making us the largest game network in the world. We see great opportunities  [Read More…]

Help Om Nom get his candy back in Cut the Rope: Magic

There’s a good chance you have played Cut the Rope with the cute little green monster Om Nom. ZeptoLab is the creator behind the wildly popular Cut the Rope series which can be found on Google Play, on the Apple App Store or at Amazon’s Underground app store.

Om Nom is back to journey through a magical spell book with new challenges to capture your imagination and puzzle solving abilities. Similar to the other apps in the series, Cut the Rope:  [Read More…]

Activision buys Candy Crush developer for $5.9 billion

Activision has announced that it acquired Candy Crush developer King Digital for $ 5.9 billion. The deal will have to go through approval in Ireland — where King is based out of — with a final agreement expected by spring of 2016.

Candy Crush Soda Saga bursts its way into Amazon’s Appstore

Candy Crush Soda Saga is now available as a free download in Amazon’s Appstore, giving users yet another place to grab the highly addictive game.

Whether you have five minutes or two hours to kill, Candy Crush Soda Saga is an extremely addictive way to do so. The game has made its way over to the Amazon Appstore, and is now available as a free download.

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Without paying for nice things we’ll be left with a Candy Crush future

In August 2013 I wrote a piece over on iMore about how EA had destroyed a once fine mobile franchise, Madden, by introducing a freemium hell. Paying for apps versus not paying for apps and getting fleeced by in-app purchases is an argument that will never, ever go away, but I’ve started thinking about it again this past week.

It started when the long awaited expansion to Monument Valley, Forgotten Shores, launched in the iOS App  [Read More…]