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Paying to get ahead
I thought level 147 was frustrating & spent month after month trying to clear it. However, level 148 is worse. Makes me not want to play again. If you are paying to advance then you are really stupid!!!
cmeernurse on Nov 14, 2013 for Candy Crush Saga
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Dissatisfied
Level 97 will not allow me to play my full 25 moves. After 7 moves the game will stop, force me to make a purchase, after declining to make the purchase I am forced to end the game. Also I've been trying to post my comment for a few days now but, Nickname is always taken
B'ham, Al. on Nov 14, 2013 for Candy Crush Saga
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Good
Good
Huednjenkfjj on Nov 14, 2013 for Candy Crush Saga
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Love it but unhappy!!!
Even since the update I'll have lives saves up & they disappear. Very frustrating & I don't like it.
*BME40* on Nov 14, 2013 for Candy Crush Saga
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Amazing
Love this app
Mikarose07 on Nov 14, 2013 for Candy Crush Saga
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Terrible game, excellent psychological test
Candy Crush is a worthless game but as an index of human misery it has no equal. Roughly put, the more hours spent playing this game the more worthless you feel. In order to even begin playing it you must have extremely low self esteem so this trend should be worrying. The gameplay is a complete ripoff of bejeweled but the brilliance of this game really comes from its in-app salesmanship. Every level is crafted so that you have just insufficient moves to complete it without purchasing a 99 cent upgrade. The characters of Tiffy and Mr Toffee are classic unreliable narrators. They initially appear as helpful sprites to show you good moves but their real motives become clear in later stages of gameplay wherein through flashing “hints”that they surely control, they guide you towards the worst moves in the deck. Ignore the lights. I said don’t look at the lights! Tiffy’s crocodile tears at the end of every failed mission are not for you but for her own failed attempt to swindle you out of money. Tattoo this on your arm: Tiffy is a liar. Do not trust her. One can't help wondering if the gameplay characters may in fact represent some nightmare dimension in which real-world players who have been stripped of their humanity and their very souls, are sucked tron-like into the abyssal inferno of this sugar world. Their sole hope derived from sucking the souls out of others with false siren-calls of "divine" and "wonderful." Fix these issues and I'll update my review with extra stars for a five star review!
Ozexpat on Nov 14, 2013 for Candy Crush Saga
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