In Level 64 of Candy Crush Saga’s Dreamworld, the objective is very simple. You have to get 50,000 points within 30 moves. However the size of the board is reduced because of the chocolate blockers. Odus the Owl may also fall off his perch very easily if you are not careful about the candy colours that you match.
Here are some tips that you can use to beat Level 64 of Dreamworld, in the Candy Crush Saga game.
Open the locked candies
The first thing you should do in this level is to open the locked candies so that you will have more space on the board to make matches. Try and use the first opportunity to do so – to score enough points.
Keep the chocolate at bay
Once you open the locked candies, you will unleash the chocolate at the same time. As you probably know, if you don’t control the chocolate, it will multiply like crazy and take over your game. So just make sure you eliminate some chocolate whenever you get the chance and it will not multiply.
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Look out for the Moon Scale
Keep an eye out for Odus the Owl’s Moon Scale at this level. Like many other levels in Candy Crush Saga Dreamworld, it can be quite unstable at times, so make sure that you match candies accordingly and don’t combine too many of the wrong colour, because it will cause the scale to topple over – and it will be game over.
Make full use of the Moon Struck
Odus the Owl’s Moon Struck effect is very powerful here. You get a massive five moves at the very end of the game in Moon Struck. Because of the fact that there are colours eliminated from the board, use this feature to win the game for yourself. If you have not been able to accumulate much points earlier, here is a chance for you.
Feel free to make special candies and combinations at this level, because it will dramatically help with the accumulation of your total points. However, when you are matching special candies, just ensure that you don’t wind up matching too many of the same colour. This is especially important if you are matching two colour bombs together and there is an imbalance of candy colours on the game board.