This is tip 3 of 4 for Candy Crush 70.
Level 70 Cheat #3: Direction, direction, direction.
- Notice if you make a move on the left hand side of the board, the candies will not move down but only give you new ones from the top. If you make moves on the right hand side of the board, you will notice the candies in the corresponding column on the left hand side will move down, and the bottom candies on the left hand side will move to the top of the candies on the right hand side.
- Noticing this direction of travel can be useful in numerous ways. First, a special candy you created on the left hand side that you may think is useless can be brought over to the right hand side where it can be very helpful. For example, if you made a vertical striped candy on the left hand side, it’s not going to help you unless you make matches on the right hand side, which will shift the left hand side down. Once the vertical striped candy has moved to the right hand side, activating that candy will eliminate jelly and chocolate, when it would have done nothing if activated on the left hand side. Do not be tempted to activate special candies that have no purpose specific to your goal on Candy Crush Level 70!
- Another benefit from learning which way the candies move is that you can better position your special candies on the left hand side in order to eliminate specific rows on the right hand side that you want them to. An example of this would be if you were trying to get a striped candy + a wrapped candy positioned next to each other in order to get a wrapped + a striped candy combo… let’s say that the striped candy was one row above and one column to the left of the wrapped candy. You can look for any moves on either side of the board, including the right side, that are below the striped candy that will move it down one, while not affecting the other column with the wrapped candy in it. In other words, it is a lot easier to place special candies next to each other to create combos when you are aware of the right hand side’s ability to shift the left hand side.