You’ve finally made it to the dreaded Candy Crush level 88. This game can be delightfully frustrating and fun at the same time. There are some easy levels especially from mid-20s to 30s, and there are levels that can stun you and leave you extremely frustrated after the first ten tries!
I know, I am not like one of those who can clear a level in the first three tries. It takes some time, and Level 88 is one of those that can frustrate you. But the good news is that there’s a way, and by using our Candy Crush tips, we’d like to show you how!
- Objective: Clear all the Jellies and score 50,000 points.
- Moves: 40
- Stars: 1 star=50000 points, 2 stars= 75000 points, 3 stars= 100000 points
Here’s the thing with this level- this is one of the toughest levels around, primarily due to the odd shape of the playing board. You will find jellies on both sides and these two quadrants are isolated from the main playing board! I know, so help is on the way. This means that you should be wise and creative in coming up with special candies and moves.
Clear the jellies using horizontal striped candies. These special candies will serve as your friend when you want to say goodbye to the swirls of dark chocolates that are arranged on both sides of the regular playing board. In the first few moves, try to be aware of the possibility of creating these candies.
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Once the swirls are gone, the candies will fall into the sides and will give you an opportunity to try out other candy combinations. Go for the combination of wrapped candies and striped candies, or match three to clear candies. These candies will help clear out the obstacles.
Just one more reminder- if there are potential moves in the isolated squares, then give it a try. These moves are recommended- especially on top!
Levels 89 & 90 should be a cinch for you, right? We’re all master crushers of candy here, after all. It’s not all going to be smooth sailing though – so read the Candy Crush level 91 tips guide for information on how to beat that level (when the time comes).
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