+101 - Vote for the best Android Applications

101 Best Android Apps is an Android Apps gallery for the best Android phone applications


Topics
All
Books
Family
Fun
Games
Maps
Money
Music
News
Photos
Shopping
Social
Sports
Travel
Video
Weather

CandySwipe FREE

  • rss feed
  • Follow us on Twitter
  • Join us on Facebook
  • CandySwipe FREE - photo 1
  • CandySwipe FREE - photo 2
  • CandySwipe FREE - photo 3
  • CandySwipe FREE - photo 4

Rank: #

CandySwipe FREE

Price: Free

Rating: 2.75/5 (8 votes)

Description

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…

Bookmark and Share

Other stuff

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

New from the blog

  • [Deal Alert] Get a refurbished ASUS Chromebook Flip C100PA for $149.99 from Woot

    Chromebooks are still some of the best value computers on the market, mostly thanks to Chrome OS’ ability to run well even on underpowered hardware. The ASUS Chromebook Flip C100PA wasn’t exactly high-end when it was released in 2015, but even in 2017…

  • Weekend poll: Do you use Android Pay?

    Android Pay is adding new banks all the time, and it’s even expanding its global presence slowly but surely. This week, I’m asking how many of you actually use it.
    Android Pay is something that I was very skeptical on initially, going back to the days…

  • Smartphones without borders: where they came from and where they’re going

    With the Mi Mix, Essential Phone, Sharps, Samsungs, Sonys, and others, the world of smartphones is embracing the borderless trend. But what does the future hold?(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • You can now order items from Walmart through Google Express and Google Home

    Nothing says ‘the future’ like asking your smart speaker to buy groceries for you. While the Google Home can’t drive to the store itself, it can order them through Google Express. Google previously announced that it would partner with Walmart to offer easy voice shopping through Assistant, and now it’s live.

      

    Walmart items are now listed in Google Express, and you can connect your Google account to a Walmart account to easily reorder items.

    Read More

    You can now order items from Walmart through Google Express and Google Home was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Android O feature spotlight: Default Wi-Fi hotspot SSIDs are now unique

    There is a small problem you can run into when setting up a Wi-Fi hotspot in previous versions of Android. By default, the SSID is just AndroidAP, and a lot of people don’t change that. So if your phone, tablet, or laptop connected to such an access point in the past, they’d try again every time they saw that Android AP SSID. But as of Android 8.0 Oreo, any devices that never ran a previous version of Android will get a unique hotspot SSID. 

    There is a caveat, and that is that any device which has been upgraded to O won’t see this behavior by default.

    Read More

    Android O feature spotlight: Default Wi-Fi hotspot SSIDs are now unique was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • The best home security camera on the market: Amaryllo

    Amaryllo home security cameras are available on the market now. But should you buy one? We think so, here’s why.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • [Deal Alert] AT&T/unlocked LG V20 is down to $329.99 on Breed via NeweggFlash

    The LG V30 may have been announced, but it still isn’t for sale in the US. Until then, last year’s V20 reigns as the newest LG V-series phone you can purchase stateside. And now, you can get an AT&T/unlocked model for just $329.99 on NeweggFlash through seller Breed.

    In case you’ve forgotten, the V20 sports a 5.7″ 1440p IPS display, a Snapdragon 820, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage with microSD expansion, a 16MP/8MP camera setup on the rear, a 5MP front-facing camera, and a 3200mAh battery.

    Read More

    [Deal Alert] AT&T/unlocked LG V20 is down to $329.99 on Breed via NeweggFlash was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Is the LG V30 good for gaming?

    The LG V30 is a great phone in many aspects,so we decided to look in detail at whether it’s good for playing games, as this was one of its biggest selling points.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • For Google, HTC deal is about the Pixel’s next decade

    Google wants to win the smartphone game, and with the recent HTC deal, there’s a realistic roadmap to getting there.

    When rumors began swirling about Google buying HTC’s smartphone division, anyone with an opinion on the industry had thoughts; here’s why it’s good for Google; here’s why it’s a terrible idea. Both sides were probably right, to some extent.

    Now that the deal is done, though, we have a more nuanced understanding of exactly what transpired, and why Google chose not to acquire HTC’s entire smartphone division, but instead over 2,000 of its employees, most of which have worked in some capacity on the company’s Pixel lineup. The deal ensures that the Pixel lineup is here to stay, that Google is not just invested in hardware as a division — this is not some ephemeral project that will dissipate into Google’s core business as so many others have over the years — but in the Pixel smartphone as a concept.

    Google was a very different company when it bought Moto…

  • Ace the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam with this certification prep course!

    Whether you are looking to start a new career or just advance the one you are in currently, you’ll need some certifications under your belt to make you stand out above the others. Unfortunately, getting certifications can be a time-consuming and expensive process. You need time to study, money to pay for the courses, and then you just have to hope that you can keep up with that and your regular job. Well, it doesn’t have to be that way.

    How does lifetime access to more than 76 courses that contain just shy of 40 hours of training sound? Well, with this awesome certification training package you can work towards becoming certified in one of the industry’s most respected certification organizations. You’ll be able to access the material 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you can do things on your schedule, and this will also help you meet that 35 contact-hour requirements for the exam and certification.

    For just $50 you’ll have access to:

    Get lifetime access to 76+ courses & 35+ …

View our blog archives »

Recent Comments