If you ask your Facebook friends, they'll be prompted to play the game. If they refuse or have blocked the app, you won't get the ticket. If they play, (I believe) they can give you one ticket towards each ticket checkpoint without any impact to their game.
In addition to spamming your friends and spending real money, you can also earn free tickets by ...
When you use a striped candy, you can tell which direction it will clear based on the direction of the stripes:
The direction of the stripes is determined by the direction you moved the final candy to create the striped candy, as described below.
According to my experience and online sources:
The direction of row/column destroying candy (...
I wrote a whole guide you can check out, but I'll summarize here:
As others have mentioned, comboing your special candy can be quite powerful. Each combination of two special candies, when matched, will produce a devastating effect on the board as a whole. This is somewhat situational, though, since you're not always going to have the luxury of having a ...
It doesn't matter where you play. If you are playing with Facebook and you reach a block level, you need three of your Facebook friends help.
Ask people sending them requests to unlock your way to the next section in order to cotinue playing.
Nerfing or buffing are also called Redesigning, and this happens all the time with many different levels. So the answer for your question is yes, but not just one particular level.
From Candy Crush Saga wikia
Every now and then, when too many people complain that a level is too
difficult and many players reach the level and quit, the Candy Crush
These are referred to as "Mystery Quests" by the game. When you tap on the icon for the plane (or train, boat, etc) that is just past the last level you've cleared, you should see a menu pop up.
On this menu you should have at least two options. One will be to pay to unlock the next episode, and the other will be to connect to Facebook and ask your ...
Seems that this candy is a so-called lucky candy booster.
Its available after you complete level 130.
Seems that it's only available on "collect Orders" levels (according to some sources).
When you match it with other candies of the same colour it will turn into something useful (typically something that helps you clearing the level).
The Candy that ...
The developers add extra chapters every few weeks, every chapter has 15 extra levels.
As of June 3, 2015 the game has 980 "normal" levels and 665 "Dreamworld" levels. So the total is 1645 levels.
Also note that different versions of the game update at different intervals, so, for example, the Android version will sometimes have less levels than the iOS ...
As for all the special candy i never seen a patern in the position nor the direction of the stripes when creating these indirectly. This seems (is) completely random. Source: I'm currently at level 165.
If you pay the $0.99, you will get:
5 more moves
3 Lollipop boosts
You can still lose, even with 5 more moves. If you do, you'll be back on this screen again. Thus, if you don't think you can win with just 5 moves, this is probably a terrible deal. (Although I think it is a terrible deal all the time, but that's me)
The lollipop boosts can be used ...
I have to disagree with Young Guilo. The mystery quests are not the same for each user. They are previously beaten levels, which seem to require a higher score.
I, myself had to restart the game (due to wiping my phone) and at level 36, I did not receive the same mystery quests as the first time.
So in answer to your specific questions:
1) Are these ...
Well I found a reliable way to get full lives.
When this happens, do the following:
Go to Settings > System > Date and time:
Change the time to 3 hours later:
Go to General > Date & Time:
Fish are triggered at 3 fish per move left on "Clear the jelly!" levels. Example: You have 6 moves left and you just cleared all the jelly. 18 fish will spawn and clear cells.
Jelly - for every move remaining, three candy fish come on the screen and start eating the candies at random, giving you more ...
Level 97 is a real pain in the butt; it's one of the more popular levels to get stuck on. The "bomb" mechanic is also not well understood by players, if the comments on my guide are any indication.
The bombs are like normal candy and must be cleared by the match you make in order to be removed from the level. The most basic thing to do with them is to ...
So in this objective, it's quite simple, You have to combine 5 strip candy combos together.
You can make a Striped Candy by placing 4 similar candies together. Once the striped candy is formed, you need to make a separate Striped Candy, the combine those 2 together.
So essentially to beat this level, you need to make 10 stripped candies, and combine 5 ...
These dispensers usually dispense randomly as long as it is reasonable (i.e. it can't give you more than the required number), except for licorice/liquorice, which tries to dispense as much as possible, as shown in the Candy Crush wikia: "Liquorice dispensers will drop as many liquorice swirls as possible every single turn. The only way to stop them from ...
Nah, it won't be the only time. There is more stuff like this later in the game.
One option I did was I played the three quests to pass. It takes longer, but it saves you paying and hassling your friends :p
Check out these websites for more information on how the candies work
Or, check out this one which has a better explanation.
http://www.imore.com/candy-crush-top-10-tips-tricks-and-cheats and got to the 4th tip.
Taken from the second link:
Candy is stripped in the same direction as the final candy moved ...
A tactic that got me a few levels further, is to save the special candies so an other special candy ends up next to it. Combining special candies always gives a larger effect. Cross-using different species of special candies gives a huge effect.
Try to prepare candies for a huge combo. Make sure the candy drops in place so you can create, for example, a ...
Yes, this is correct.
When Striped Candies detonate in the same direction and are positioned in the same line/row they both would affect, they will have the following effects:
Clear all the Chocolate in the row/column (only 1 Striped Candy needed)
Take down multiple layers of wrappers (1 layer for each Striped Candy)
Take down multiple layers of jelly (1 ...
I concur with your assertion that the amount of tilt is "candies" based. You can easily test this with a Color Bomb and you'll find that if you were leaning far in the opposite the direction the Color Bomb can still lose it for you (so no turn based).
Generally speaking, I've concluded from testing that it takes ~12 candies for him to lean to the "danger ...
My experience has shown that it's random when not done directly by the player, much like the direction of randomly generated hard candies. I have not seen a preferred direction based on how the Coconut Wheel was destroyed.
I think you are confused with what are candy bombs and what are color bombs. You should combine two of these:
A candy bomb is something like this:
Obviously nothing happens if you combine two of those, If you combine two of the first (the candy bombs), the whole field should be lasered, and you get rid of all the licorice on the left side. Although some ...
It is partially random but not 100%.
For example, I have used this wheels over 100 times, if it is truly random I would hit the jackpot at least once. But that never happens, so when it comes to the jackpot, it is not random, it's fixed so the chance of getting the jackpot is very very small. I have seen the wheel about to stop on the jackpot but it will ...
A similar question was asked about the jackpot before and my answer remains the same.
The wheel is fixed. It is not 1/8 chance because if it is then no one would complain about not hitting it after years of playing. People have won it before, you can see videos of it on youtube.
Support isn't lying to you when they say it's a game of chance. Of course it ...
If you are talking about the Candy Crush Saga by King, then creating 'Jazzles' is your best bet. If you manage to create one of these, I'd advise using it with a 'Special Candy' so that all the candy of that colour, change into special candies - thus clearing more of the board.
I have seen everything possible come out of the mystery eggs. FYI, no further candy type is introduced, the only things that are added from level 231 to the end are things which aren't specific to a single square. I've seen switching candies come out, frozen candies, and just about everything else. In addition, there is the checked candy, which only appears ...