Your magic number in level 62 of Farm Heroes Saga is 15, since you need to collect 15 of each required crop in only 15 moves. As always, the move limit can be a bit intimidating, although the required number of crops is significantly fewer than in the previous levels.
The layout of the board does not help as well, since the water buckets needed in order to get water droplets are surrounded by holes. You can only make moves beside them, and even then, the space is limited. It took me a few tries to get this level right, so here are the Farm Heroes Saga tips that worked well for me in this level.
- Objective: Collect 15 water droplets, 15 onions, and 15 carrots.
- Moves: 15
- Stars: 1 star = 100% growth; 2 stars = 150% growth; 3 stars = 200% growth
Focus on making matches in the middle columns, especially the ones which will hit the buckets accessible to them. If you will notice, the middle columns is the most spacious when it comes to filling the buckets. Don’t bother making moves on the far left and right columns, since it is very unlikely that you’ll be able to fill the buckets by doing that.
It is also good to make moves at the middle bottom of the board, since this will trigger cascades that might fill the buckets and make them release water droplets.
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While you’re trying to hit the water buckets, it is important to keep in mind that you are also targeting carrots and onions in this level. Since you only have 15 moves, make every move count by making sure that the crops that you fill the buckets with are either carrots or onions as much as possible.
Unfortunately, this thing might not be possible at all times. But still, it is good to never forget your level objective. After all, it’s quite easy to collect all 15 onions and carrots in this round.
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In order to help you maximize your moves, aim for making special combinations of cropsies, such as the four- or five-crop combinations. This will increase your bonus points, making it easier for you to immediately meet the carrot and onion requirement. Also, that way, you can just focus on getting the more difficult water droplets.