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Top Tips Competition: winners announced!

The Candy Crush Saga Top Tips competition is now over. The community came out in force and we had some great entries and tips. After careful deliberation, a shouting match or two and maybe… some tears, we now have selected our winners.

Winners

In glorious First Place is the sage wisdom of Nicky Pratt Nunn, whose tip could save you from frustration:

“Save any boosters to use on the hard levels as these can take a while to complete and be very frustrating if you save boosters up for these levels you get a great head start.”

In a healthy and robust Second Place are the exalted words of power from one Celina Henderson:

“Learn to recognize patterns that create wrapped candies. Begin hard levels by starting with a color bomb next to a wrapped candy. You can do this on mobile devices. The initial explosion gives you a good start. Then focus on the bottom of the board to create cascades.”

And in a greatly respected and cherished Third Place is this knowledge bomb by Cody Razer.

"Always look at all possible moves and don’t just rush moves. play like a game of chess and try to think a move or 2 ahead..."

Congratulations all, we hope you enjoy your fabulous in-game prizes!

Because we had so many amazing tips, we thought it would be a shame to let some of that hot fire go to waste. Here are some honorable mentions from some of the finest members of our King Care community.

 

Honourable mentions

Marcia Higgins schools us on the power of persistence!

“To beat the nerves on a timed level, as soon as you lose, play it again. Lose, play again immediately. Play it, play it, play it. Don't worry about the score. You will relax, see the patterns, and get your target score.”

Ilana Masad is a master tactician. Sit, listen, learn…

“Best tip/trick: Strategize according to the challenges given. Weekend challenges often involve collecting striped candy, for instance, and the more new levels you pass during this challenge, the more striped candy you'll earn (because your striped candy gets counted at 10x when you pass new levels). So refrain from passing too many new levels during the week, because moving forward isn't the most rewarding outside that particular challenge, and the higher you go, the harder the levels are - so keep yourself at the easiest possible place during the week in order to move forward and collect more striped candy during the weekend.”

Hoppel Poppel reminds us that the nuclear option is sometimes the most effective...

“If you have to remove the jelly of single standing squares, it can be opportune to make explode a color bomb than to combine it with a striped or wrapped candy ... the exploding bomb will eliminate the color with most candies on the board!”

Once again, thank you to all our entrants. Your Candy knowledge will now propagate itself across the universe and strengthen our Candy powers to levels unimaginable! Or they might just help someone pass a level or two. It’s a win-win either way.

Keep your eyes glued to King Care for details on the next competition.

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