The moment you read about breaking candies and popping soda bottles, I know you thought about the Candy Crush Saga and Candy Crush Soda.
Truly speaking, a choice between the two is impossible as both are built almost along the same lines, except for a few changes, that look small, but are very significant.
The basic objective remains the same – breaking candies that form a combination in groups to three, four or five to clear a stage.
However, sub objectives are different. While in the candy crush soda saga, one had to bring down ingredients, clear jelly, eat all chocolates etc, in the Candy Crush Soda Saga game, the candy is broken in order to clear frosting, eat chocolate, free gummy bears or raise bears over candy string.
To add to this, the environment has been made more beautiful and interesting to play with. To enable the bears to rise above the candies string, soda bottles have to be popped, which will take the bear above, against the pull of gravity.
Apart from striped candies, there are a lot of extra boosters that come your way. These include color bombs, and the famous Swedish fish that can be created by combining four fish in a square shape.
These fish, when matched with other blocks of the same color can cause the fish to move to across the board and clear one block of jelly or eat one cube of chocolate.
You can even make a match with as many as 7 candies and swap it against any peg on the board to create interesting combinations. This would transform all the colors of the same type into the color of the main candy.
Right now whether or not any sequel or any spin off has been planned for the franchise is pretty unclear.
Candy Crush soda can be confirmed as the last spin off of the game and we expect this craze to last for quite some time before king plans on creating any more candy crushing games again. Meanwhile you can have fun with frosting blocks, cakes, icings, gummy bears and chocolates.