Bottom’s up: When you’re looking for moves, consider starting at the bottom of the screen. The bottom few rows of a Candy Crush board tend to languish, for lack of fresh candies. Matching items on the bottom can refresh a stagnant board by bringing down fresh candies. What’s more, matches on the bottom are more likely to cause secondary cascade-matches, as the rows above cascade down.
Let’s Try that again: Levels in Candy Crush are created randomly each time you load them. Sure, they have certain characteristics, but the placement and color of the majority of candies on the board is randomized each time the level is played. But don’t worry--with a bit of patience, you can make this work to your advantage! When you first load up a level, give it a good, long look. Look for ready-made 4 or 5 candy combos, useful special candies, and the chance to deal with obstructions. If you find a board that doesn’t have some advantage, back out of the level and restart. So long as the level you chose doesn’t have a timer and you never made a move you won’t be charged a life!
Extra Lives: If you’re still having a bit of trouble, there’s one more big tip. Candy Crush limits you to five “lives” per day--if you run out of lives on a level, you’ll have to wait until tomorrow to try again. Or you can cheat. Simply adjust the date of your smart phone or device, and you’ll get a whole new set of 5 lives. You can do it as often as you need to, in order to crush King’s saga.