King Releases New Candy Crush Soda Saga Version

The first Candy Crush Saga game was released back in 2012 by King, and at first it was only available on Facebook. Soon after the initial launch, Candy Crush fans were able to enjoy their favorite game in a mobile version.

Candy Crush is considered one of the most popular games out there, rising up to fame quickly. After the success of the first game, King released three related titles, one of them being Candy Crush Soda Saga. 

Candy Crush Soda Saga comes with unique candies, new combinations, and many more exciting features. This sweet puzzle adventure game can be played singleplayer and multiplayer, giving players the chance to compare scores with their friends. Even more, you can team up in the Social Bingo feature and unite your forces to win exciting rewards. 

Recently, King released Candy Crush Soda Saga version 1.154.5, delivering even more features, much to fans’ delight. 

If you want to learn more about the game, here are some features that are sure to convince you to give Candy Crush Soda Saga a try:

  •  More than 3000 levels 
  • New game modes  
  • Unique candies:

Soda – Switch bottles and match candies to release purple soda to save the Candy Bears

Frosting – Smash the ice to set the Candy Bears free

Honeycomb – Match candies next to it to release Candy Bears

Jam – Spread it all over the board

  • New matching combinations
  • New worlds, levels and characters 
  • Social Bingo
  • Episode Race
  • Improved graphics
  • Players connected with facebook gain access to leaderboards
  • Easy sync between devices 
  • Free-of-cost, but you can pay for some extra in-game features

Candy Crush Soda Saga is available for Android, iOS and Windows Phone users. 

Andreea Osu

Andreea Osu

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