Candy Crush Saga - The Game That Took The Web By Storm

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Inside the beginning there was Angry Birds, after which one thing named Candy Crash Saga showed up. Fairly soon thousands if not millions of folks were tapping and swiping away at their tablet devices and wise phones, attempting to row up lines of candies and jelly beans to "crush" them. How is it specifically that a game like this became so common, and what exactly is its appeal? Effectively, there's surely a lot of debate concerning the topic, but everyone can agree that Candy Crush Saga continues to be as common as ever.

The Devious Design

The thing with this game is the fact that, while you can download and play it for free, there's a strategy worked in to the system to tempt you to pay for specific factors like special bonus products. That is mainly because the game is extremely addictive, and as you gain knowledge and go up in level, you can find it a lot tougher to play. These awesome candy popping skills which you initially thought you had start to weaken when everything is moving so rapid. At this point you get that tempting desire to purchase credits as well as other bonus products. This is how this game rakes in funds while remaining "free", and it really is a marketing and advertising tactic which has worked remarkably properly.

Popping Candies like M&Ms

If you happen to be someone who enjoys playing Candy Crush Saga a good deal then you may be tempted to believe your expertise are superior to most people today. The reality is the fact that this really is most likely not the case, since there are literally millions of people out there playing as well. In fact, once you reach level 38 or 39 you will find the entire game to become more difficult and buying credits will be more important to you. This can be fine if Candy Crush Saga is your little hobby for commutes to work or spare time when you have nothing better to do, but a fierce addiction could cause you to get started losing dollars.

Playing like a Pro

Nevertheless, Candy Crush Saga has a beautifully-animated mobile quality to it that seems to lure you in like Medusa's eyes. Especially when played on the latest high definition tablets, users are bound to get loads of fun out of their gaming encounter, especially when they can play with their friends over social networks. You are probably right in thinking that Candy Crush Saga is here to stay - at least until a thing even more ridiculously exciting and attractive takes its place.

The Insanely Lucrative Power of Candy Crush Saga

Whether or not you are actually playing this game, chances are you have seen notifications pop up in your Facebook inviting you to give it a try, or receive some gift that a friend who plays the game got for you. Candy Crush Saga could likely be the most popular game on the net right now, being the game with the highest number of downloads within the Apple iTunes Store and Google Play Store for many months already. Experts claim that Candy Crush works its addictive magic in a way similar to Bejeweled and Tetris - it's like once you get started you don't want to stop and before long several hours have passed.