I have recently discovered Dreamworld, which is the brand new mode on the Candy Crush Saga game. So far, it has been a totally refreshing experience and its sheer ease and simplicity (well, so far at least) has motivated me to keep returning to Dreamworld.
What is Dreamworld?
To enter the Dreamworld mode, you have to click on the image of Odus the Owl in the normal game. However this new and engaging mode is only available to Candy Crush players who have passed Level 50 in the game itself.
In this new mode, there are a total of 65 brand new levels available and these are based on the first 65 levels of the game itself. Moreover, there is a twist to this Candy Crush Saga Dreamworld. The main objective of the game is to not only fulfilling the requirements of the level, but also to prevent Odus the Owl from falling off his perch.
As soon as you enter Dreamworld for the very first time, you will be given an easy-to-understand tutorial on how to play the game with Odus.
It works this way. Odus sleeps on a perch that is finely balanced by two candy colours. These colours are generated entirely at random. If you match too many candies of either one of these colours, Odus will fall off his perch and you will lose the game.
So if you discover that Odus appears to be sinking too much to one side, then you should quickly try to make matches of the other colour. However if there appear to be no matches available in that specific colour, then it’s just too bad for you and you will subsequently lose the game.
There is another really interesting mode available in Dreamworld too. It is called Moon Struck and it happens when you have matched a certain number of candies without Odus falling off. You must have noticed that each candy you match will result in Odus’ perch filling up with yellow “moon powder.” Once the perch is full, the Moon Struck mode takes place and this will eliminate one or two colours of candies – thus making it super easy to create special candies. I have gotten a “sugar crush” because of the Moon Struck mode quite a few times.
Another bonus of Dreamworld – so far – is that you do not need to purchase tickets or ask your friends for help to reach the next episode. It appears to be that you can simply hop onto the candy train once you have finished one episode and move onto the next instantaneously. This is another refreshing change that I really like in Dreamworld.
My Thoughts on the Candy Crush Dreamworld
So far, I have completed 21 levels of Dreamworld and I have really found my gaming experience quite liberating. In my time, I only let Odus fall off his perch once, probably because I wasn’t looking at the colours of candies that I was matching.
But overall, this is a really neat addition to Candy Crush Saga and it is an interesting move by King (its makers), to continue to keep the game fresh.
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