Candy Crush Saga probably doesn't a real intro at this point. By now it's been downloaded over 500MM times on Google Play alone.
Candy Crush Saga is one of the original match 3 games, that are extremely addictive & fun to play. What sets Candy Crush Saga apart though is, that it is still going as strong as ever and is constantly updated.
Candy Crush Saga is updated once per week, this has been going for years already.
So if you're looking for a game that you'll probably never finish, Candy Crush Saga is exactly one of those games.
By now it counts over 4K levels and there is no sign of it slowing down.
The objective of the game (besides having tons of sweet delicious fun), is to match candy of the same shape and color in a row.
There more you're able to match, the better the bonuses and scores are.
Are you able to match more than 3 in a row, you'll receive one-time boosters that have various effects.
This is the only drawback with Candy Crush Saga. The in-app purchases are advertises pretty aggressively, and it never quite feels "optional", even though it is. You don't need to purchase anything, it just helps you speed up your progress and you have to take less breaks from the game and your advancement.
But the way that King advertises the in-app purchases, you are often tempted to "maybe just this once buy this small package here", maybe or "maybe that one for $0.99 more"?
To be fair, it costs a lot of money and there is a lot of manpower involved to keep this game up & running the way they do. But maybe it would do if they advertised everything a little less aggressive...
Candy Crush Saga is a great game, it simply never gets boring even if all you do is match candy and watch it explode.
King & their developers are doing an excellent job to keep this game interesting, probably for many more years to come.