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CandySwipe FREE

Price: Free

Rating: 2.75/5 (8 votes)

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New game!A new casual game with swipe action. Swipe your finger across matching candy pieces left/right, up/down, or diagonally for score and time.Do you like fun games, bejeweled, bejeweled 2, tetris, or other similar games? NOT a bejeweled copy10 Levels! Game time drops faster after each levelSearch tags: games, new games, 2011 games, free games, bejeweled, tetris, bejeweled 2, blitz, runsome apps, runsome gamesHow to play CandySwipe:Swipe you finger across matching candy pieces either up/down, left/right, or even diagonally. The object of the game is to collect as many pieces as you can in a single swipe without touching non candy matching pieces. This collects you points and more time.  They key is to keep your time level high enough to continue playing the game.You can even go back for missed pieces during your swipe and long as your finger doesn’t leave the screen and you don’t touch any other non-matching pieces along the way.You start the game with 100 seconds which is the max time you are allowed (these seconds count down faster after reaching higher levels in the game)There are 10 levels. You will reach a new level every 2,500 points. You will receive 20-30 seconds of more time when you reach each new level.Your game score is calculated by the number of candy pieces swiped multiplied by itself. For example, if you swipe 2 pieces you will receive 4 points, if you swipe 4 pieces, you will receive 16 points. So if you swipe 9 pieces 9x9=81, and so on. So the maximum potential score you could receive in a single swipe would be 49X49X2 = 4,802 that’s every candy piece on the board with an ice cream cone.Ice cream cones are wild, and double your current swipe score.Your game difficulty level dictates how much time is…

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