One of the most popular games played on phones, Candy Crush Jelly Saga is played by kids and adults alike. Even though it has a simple interface, combining it with simple yet amazing graphics created addictions for many of us.
What’s the story?
In the Jelly Saga we follow Jenny, a bored little girl that wants to go on an adventure to find Yeti, her uncle. You can choose between the basic version of the game and the different modes which are incredibly fun.
Being called basic should let you know that it’s not that hard to play it. All you have to do is to slide the jellies in all 4 directions and swipe them off. You should look to place jellies of the same color together to make them disappear.
Spread the jelly mode
Maybe this game is a way of making your kids hungry, who knows? In this mode, which can be encountered many times during the game, you need to place the jellies in a column or a row and as long as they are at least three, you are doing well.
Jelly Queen mode
In this mode you are playing against the AI. Here, the jellies have to be placed in a particular sequence, so pay attention. Also, be careful so that the Jelly Queen won’t interfere with that sequence.
The Puffler mode
First, you have to destroy the froster layers to make the Puffler visible. It likes to hide behind candy. After you start destroying the layers, it starts to move to avoid being destroyed. Pay attention at the sounds as they will tell you where it moves. In the Puffler Boss mode you need to collect multiple Pufflers to reach a certain target, otherwise you lose.
Here you have to carefully arrange the candy and combine this action with a color bomb. This will result in the color hammer being activated, destroying all candies with the same color from all over the board. This is a huge help so be sure to get it.
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