Tips and Tricks Guide | Part Two
Welcome to the second part of the ‘Candy Crush Soda Saga’ guide. After the successful first part of the ‘Candy Crush Soda Saga’ guide we now present part two. Good luck reading and playing the game
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Tip: Focus on breaking the ice
In some levels you’ll have to free the Candy Bears out of the ice. It’s important to focus on the possible combinations in the ice first. Free the Candy Bears first because after a while the Bears will change color and it will take more time to free them.
Tip: How to detect frozen bears
Most of the times one or two layers are covering the hidden bears. Every time you replay the level the frozen bears will be at another place in the playfield. A first you’d think you can’t detect the frozen bears, but that’s not true. The ice of the places where the frozen bears are hidden will have a little different glow. Focus on this ice blocks and you’ll save moves and find the frozen bears faster.
Tip: Use the Fish!
Combine Two Striped Candies
Cupcakes are most of the time really hard to get rid of. How hard it is depends on the amount of ingredients or items that are in the cupcake. Every combination you make next to the cupcake removes one item. Once you’ve reached the wrapping paper you only need one more combination and then the cupcake is gone.
Combine Two Wrapped Candies
If you combine two wrapped candies with each other, there will be a big explosion, on two occasions. Combine two Wrapped Candies in one move and there will be two big explosions in the playfield. Very nice move to get some new candies in the playfield and get rid of some obstacles.
Combine Two Color Bombs
If you combine to Color Bombs in one move, all the candies in the playfield will be removed.
Combine a Striped Candy with Wrapped Candy
Combine one Striped Candy with a Wrapped Candy in one move you’ll be really happy with the outcome. This combination will get rid of three rows vertically and horizontally.