In level 265, you need to get rid of just eight jellies found on the corners of the corners of the board. However, these jellies are covered with two-layer meringues and worse, once you have gotten rid of them, they become 12-move candy bombs.
The developers of Candy Crush Saga have actually made this level easier, since the original version did not have meringue blockers. Therefore, you can take advantage of these blockers so that you don’t have to deal with more than one bomb at a time.
- Objectives: Clear all the jellies and score at least 40,000 points.
- Moves: 30
- Stars: 1 star = 40,000 points; 2 stars = 95,000 points; 3 stars = 115,000 points
Don’t get too excited and get rid of the meringue blockers all at once. You will just find yourself in hot water trying to remove bombs that will go off one after the other. Instead, break one meringue at a time so that you can focus on one bomb and jelly only. However, you should also be mindful that you only have 30 moves in this level, so don’t dwell too much on one jelly square.
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Just in case you find yourself destroying more than one meringue blocker at a time, make sure that you keep a close eye on the candy bombs. They all have 12 moves in them before they explode, which is fairly manageable, except that there might be eight of them on the board. Prioritize the bombs before the jellies so as not to prematurely end your game.
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Once again, combos will be very helpful in this level, especially because you only have 30 moves. The most beneficial combo that you should make is the color bomb and striped candy combo.
Because this combination can make numerous striped candies go off on the board, your chances to hit the candy bombs and the jellies are higher than usual. After making this combo, you can now focus on clearing individual jellies that were not hit by the combo.
The next round in Candy Crush level 266 is another tough one, making this the first back-to-back set of difficult boards in quite some time (as far as I can remember). Let me know if you have any questions on this level in the comments below, and I’ll do my best to help.