Is The Game Candy Crush Saga Rigged

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Having experienced playing the game candy crush saga, I can honestly say that yes the game is 100% rigged in my opinion.

The game is simply not fair in regards to how other video games are played, where every level you play you should be able to beat it by using skill.

With candy crush saga the developers create the game in such a way that it may take you a very long time to even get a winnable position on a certain level, and the only reason they do this is so you pay money to progress.

Is The Game Candy Crush Saga Rigged

I found the game quite enjoyable up to level 29, then the game seemed to start randomly giving crazy boards which were never going to be possible to complete, nevertheless, with some perseverance I managed to slowly but surely climb up the levels again (without paying).

It was after doing this and reaching other impossible levels with random no winning situations I decided enough was enough and stopped playing the game, to be honest I was bored with it by then.

I much prefer games where every level would be possible, no matter how hard it may be, but with candy crush saga that is not the case, so for me it is not a real game, and only something which will waste your own time.

Thankfully I used a hack on my galaxy s3 so I never had to wait for my lives to return. All I did when I lost all my lives was exit the game, and in settings I would change the date on my phone one day forward, I could then enter the game again and have all my lives back instantly, you can do this an unlimited amount of times.

The game has now been uninstalled (Facebook gone also), and I will stick to fun challenging games where all levels are possible through skill. Shame really as I don’t mind paying for add-ons in games to help with certain scenarios, however, not scenarios when the game is just rigged to give winless positions over and over.

Have you played the game candy crush saga? Do you think its rigged? Share your comments/review below.


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Nov 30, 2017 by Anonymous

Candy Crush and all games are neither skill nor luck - they're all scams, not games. When you failed a jelly level, how many times you end up just ONE move to clear just ONE remaining jelly? If it happens once it might be a coincidence, but this isn't the case with Candy Crush. Candy Crush has made you be(LIE)ve that you're just a solitary player playing that game, when it's actually you're playing against an AI that controls all the elements in game. This AI calculates what candies to drop into the board in such a way that you need just 1/2/3 moves to clear the level, hoping that you'll pay for their expensive extra moves. This is what I called "rigged to promote monetization". With that said, unlike all match-3 games not made by, spawning of candy pieces is 100% non-random, as if someone guided it. Candy Crush and all 'scams' are more rigged than MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL, WWE, NASCAR and the 2016 US Election put together.

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Mar 14, 2017 by Anonymous

While I can usually work out the 'strategy' for winning a level, it still relies upon making the right matches. Timed levels often rely on the +5 seconds drops, Jelly Levels rely on combos, and Orders rely on candies and getting special combos.If you read about people's problems, you might find one player getting stuck at level 29, while you're just breezing through it.

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Aug 05, 2016 by Anonymous

I've noticed that it plays differently on different devices. For instance, on my iPad, for certain levels, i have to play for a long time then, it magically lets me through. I also play on my laptop. If i am stuck on a level on the iPad, i can go to the PC and usually get right through it. I also noticed that if i delete the game and reinstall it I can get through tough levels. Or, if I shut off the iPad and restart I can get through tough levels. My wife plays on a Kindle and she is a lot farther along than I am.
I think it is designed to make the user frustrated and want to spend money to get past certain levels.

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Apr 02, 2015 by Anonymous

100% Rigged... Has anyone also noticed how they position the buy now after a level has ended so you can quite easily click to buy something using your gold which you do not want. Totally corrupt, and they don't even ask for a confirmation when you click. When I was stupid and bought gold on these games I did this many times, it's all a big scam, best avoided.

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Mar 26, 2015 by Anonymous

All these types of games where you can purchase upgrades are rigged but that's not to say they cant be enjoyable. If they give me a few hours of fun I don't mind occasionally paying for a upgrade to get past a tricky level or something, as long as you control what you spend and can afford it I have no issue.

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Feb 11, 2015 by Anonymous

I have seen on several occasions a wrapped candy explode without it being aligned with candies of the same color; and coincidentally (or not), it was when I was a few moves away from completing the level. In exploding, of course the whole board shifts resulting in me losing yet again. Suspicious, yes, surprising, no.

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Jan 26, 2015 by Anonymous

Every game on Facebook or which is made by King which enables you to buy upgrades or help are 100% rigged/scams. I used to play them and was even stupid enough to spend some of my money on them, but seeing as I have left Facebook for some time I never have to be harassed by these pointless stupid things again. I did laugh however when I saw them advertise these games on TV!!! Ask yourself, do you think they pay to do that if they are not making a ton of money back from these games. Also talk about getting young people (under 18/16) into gambling. I know 12 year old kids who pay through their mobile phones to play these games, surely that\'s illegal?

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Dec 16, 2014 by Anonymous

I have proof. I've seen a color bomb disappear at the bottom of the screen when there is no exit! Also, a match of striped 4 doesn't show on numerous occasions. Gettin ready to uninstall!

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Dec 07, 2014 by Anonymous

Agree. Candy Crush is basically the same as a Vegas slot machine but the difference being it has been made to think your playing it and have some sort of skill. At the end of the day the only reason the game exists is to get as much funds as possible from all the vulnerable people who play it socially to try and beat other players they know. Biggest waste of time ever.

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Nov 05, 2014 by Anonymous

stopped playing candy crush when I saw they run prime time tv adverts for this game!! developed purely with the desire of bleeding people dry which is a bit like gambling to be honest as they want the player to become hooked.

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Oct 05, 2014 by Anonymous

I feels very rigged at the high levels. I think they let you play the same level for a set amount of hours trying to get you to pay and when they don't they allow you to pass only to stall you 2 levels later. I am at level 440 and haven't spent a dime but pretty close to resigning. It's a huge time suck overall and it really is pissing me off to get one jelly away. I admit I'm addicted but I refuse to pay for specials cuz they do NOT guarantee a pass!

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Sep 01, 2014 by Anonymous

I much prefer farm heroes to candy crush which I do think was fixed so you gave cash. I tend to play very little game on facebook now and certainly never give the site any money. There ok passing a few hours at work when bored, but that's about it.

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Apr 12, 2014 by Anonymous

After playing I think it's a con when you get to later levels. On another note though - my daughter plays Candy Crush but is not yet 18, is she allowed to be spending money on the game, is this not a form of gambling!

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Apr 09, 2014 by Anonymous

Well i think the game is not rigged and only reason for this is that when starting over it was much easier. Why? Because i had learned to play the game better. Some of the levels which i really struggled with were much easier?? These were levels i was convinced were rigged!!!

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Mar 07, 2014 by Anonymous

There is absolutely no strategy to win this game. Its a scam. Its all based on whether or not the game wants you to win. The one thing that drives me nuts is when you get a special candy and the game forces you to use it when you have no other moves. A special candy should be a bonus move but its not. Also when the game knows you're about to get 5 candies in a row, other candies start dropping and ruin it. Im on level 88 and I haven't spent a cent. Never will.

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Feb 05, 2014 by Anonymous

It's astonishing the amount of times friends have complained to me about a certain level only for me to have a try and complete it easily for them. The game is not all just luck, requires skill also, and the ability to look ahead.

Many people just randomly move all the time without fully thinking.

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Jan 30, 2014 by Anonymous

Am on level 225 and sure i have had probs on some of the levels but would not say the game was rigged. it would be rigged if they made you have to pay to continue on but they dont do this. maybe some levels are made so hopefully you do pay for help but its not forced on you.

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Jan 27, 2014 by Anonymous

How can anyone enjoy this pointless game, or even give it money is beyond me???

1) The game is not a game of skill, it's not like you do things and progress, this game decides when you get a board or not which is winnable.

2) It's created to make as much money as possible. That's not how proper games are meant to be played.

At least if you have to play, please never pay to do that. I got so angry with my sister after seeing she spent almost 50 on it in 1 month. I also fear things like this could lead other people to other gambling additions in the future. Also are they monitoring who plays and pays money, as my sister is not even 15 yet, and I know all her friends play this also.

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Jan 02, 2014 by Anonymous

I find to have the most difficulty with levels when I am playing and it's on a Friday evening or sometime over weekend. It's like the game knows I have just been paid by my work so is making life difficult for me so I pay for assistance.

My friend said the exact same thing happens to her as well. It could all just be coincidence, but then again, it could all not.

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Sep 03, 2013 by Anonymous

I have mixed feelings whether the game is completely rigged or not, let me explain.

When I first started playing candy crush I struggled with quite a few of the earlier levels, and even though I enjoyed playing each day the game was quite frustrating for me. One day I had to reset my mobile phone back to factory settings so I lost everything.

I noticed the second time playing the game (from the beginning), I was easily beating all the levels I had major problems with the first time around, and I realised this was due to me having a better knowledge of the game i.e. creating special candies, looking ahead of the board to create winning moves etc, so this makes me have mixed feeling whether it’s rigged or not.

Definitely with experience you do get better at the game. I ask anyone to restart the game from the start after you have been playing for a while, I guarantee you will sail through a lot of the levels which caused you so much difficulty in the past.

No question the game is designed so you spend now and then, something I have resisted from doing thankfully. But rigged? I don’t know for certain.

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Aug 18, 2013 by Anonymous

It's rigged. Like the author, I too have been forever stuck on level 29. But unlike the author, I'm still there. It's possible that with the growing popularity of the game the creators are deliberately trying to cash in and make it impossible (for antsy people) to move on without paying up. This game is hot right now, but it won't last forever. Especially under these circumstances.

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Aug 11, 2013 by Anonymous

Sammy if your stuck on level 65 then you are best to uninstall it, all the levels from 1 to 100 or so are quite easy. Wait until you start getting in the 120+ levels, some of these are crazy/

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Aug 11, 2013 by Anonymous

Level 65 is unwinnable, and that's ridiculous. I'm uninstalling and going to another game. This one sucks.

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Jul 30, 2013 by Anonymous

I don’t think the game candy crush is rigged because I initially thought this when I was only playing it via my mobile phone, but when I switched to playing it on Facebook as well I quickly progressed through all the levels I was playing.

The game requires cooperation from other players to speed things up, and what a big difference to my overall playing experience having help from friends, and not to mention all the extra lives.

Also I noticed that with playing it on Facebook I was able to take part in a lot of missions for other games, and in return they rewarded me with free hammers, full sets of lives, and other features.

Am enjoying it much more now, but even though I say it is not rigged, the game definitely has been created in such a way that they will earn a hell of a lot of money through people buying extra moves and other add-ons, but I have progressed really far without paying 1 cent, and am enjoying playing it.

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Jul 02, 2013 by Anonymous

Just wanted to write and say people, don't do the cheat when you set your date forward by a day when playing this game. I did this and works for a few months setting it forward, but then you get to a stage where you no longer can set your phone date forward, or at least this happened with me, and it told me I had like 10000's of hours to wait for next life.

I ended up having to uninstall the game and now have just been playing it the proper way. Also because of my experience playing it in the past when cheating, I progressed through the levels a lot easier this time, even with ones I really struggled with before in the past.

Don't use the date cheat.

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May 29, 2013 by Anonymous

I don't think the game is actually all that rigged like the article states.

I must admit when I first started playing it I struggled with some of the levels, however after playing for a while I have managed to learn a better strategy and also positional play.

I then restarted the game to start from the very beginning and have found that I am now up to level 68, and I have found it relatively simple to get that far.

Just try and look for 5 in a row, and then when you get that special ball, try and use it on one of the other special things which you get when you match 4. I find almost every level can be quite easily defeated (so far), when using this strategy.

I do agree some levels do seem to be impossible to complete, but I think that's just the randomness of it all.

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May 20, 2013 by Anonymous

5 out 5 of not for the game, but for the fact that the review showed me how I can always get full lives back, this will save me waiting for ages each day on candy crush, and I have already tried it a few times and confirm it 100% works

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May 18, 2013 by Anonymous

I sort of figured it out that it was rigged, but I do enjoy the game and you have to remember people that it is free. They don't make you buy the things, only if you choose to do so.

I play it for free, when I run out of lives I turn it off and try later on or the next day. Nothing in any way makes me pay so all good.

The developers also need to make money back for making it don't they.

I however would have preferred to just buy a game like this from the start, and one where all levels were possible, then I would have paid.

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May 13, 2013 by Anonymous

I have to agree with all that was said, I gave up on the game after getting a lot of unbeatable levels.

Prefer a game where through skill levels are all possible to complete, not just randomly made up ones which are impossible to do. Uninstalled and wont be playing again.

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