You only need to remove eight jellies in Candy Crush Dreamworld level 53, but the location of these jellies will be your main problem. They can be found underneath the chocolates so you can’t reach them at once. In fact, you still need to get rid of the licorice cages to get to the chocolate, and then destroy the chocolates to clear the jellies. In other words, you have to get through the blockers first.
And to make things worse, Odus is very unsteady in this level. If you want to know how I managed to get past this level, here are some of the Candy Crush strategies that I used.
- Objective: Clear all the jellies and score at least 10,000 points.
- Moves: 50
- Stars: 1 star = 10,000 points; 2 stars = 60,000 points; 3 stars = 100,000 points
Like what I said, you need to get past the blockers first before you can get to the jellies. Make moves that will unlock the licorice cages, and don’t let the chocolates spread to the rest of the board.
Destroy all the chocolates as soon as possible so that you can get rid of them completely. Otherwise, these chocolates may block any moves that you are contemplating on doing.
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Even though you have 50 moves to achieve the level objective, combos and special candies will be very helpful not just in removing licorice cages and chocolates, but also in blasting off the jellies. Vertical striped candies will definitely clear columns of jellies, but they may be hard to position.
If you can make combos such as striped and wrapped candies or color bomb and striped candy, then do them by all means so that you can remove the jellies in a few moves.
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Perhaps the biggest problem that you’ll have in level 53 of Candy Crush Dreamworld is balancing Odus. Odus is very fickle in this level, as seven excess candies on one side can cause Odus to fall.
You have to make an extra effort to balance Odus at all times, particularly if you see him leaning towards one side. Remember that combos and special candies might outbalance Odus, so make sure that he is at the center of the moon scale before you set off those combos. After all, you have 50 moves in this level, so going off the track a little bit to balance Odus will help you achieve the level objective.