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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 669d ago | review

Mobot: Candy Crush Saga review

Mobot: Take a look at the top free apps on the App Store and you’ll see Candy Crush Saga riding high. It’s pretty popular, man. Now take a look at the highest grossing apps, and right at the top is – you guessed it – Candy Crush Saga.

See, Candy Crush Saga is nothing short of a master-class in how to milk money from the smartphone gaming masses. But that's not to say it's bad.

On paper, Candy Crush Saga is nothing special, a same-old brightly coloured match-three game with power-ups wiping out entire columns and rows and colours and the like. Further combining those power-ups, you can remove seriously large areas of candy in one go. That much is entirely familiar. (Candy Crush Saga, iPad, iPhone) 4/5

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