100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Entertaining and fun
- Idea is nice
- Controls could be better
Match the wrap with the right colored box
Candy Farm is a puzzle game for Android where the goal is to get the candy from its original wrapper to the corresponding gift box that is the same color as the candy. You need to do so by drawing ribbons that connect the two elements, from color to color and even drawing corner lines.
The game is divided in different levels that are named after states and cities from the States. The first ones are easy to solve but as the game advances it will become harder and more challenging every time. The controls could be better though, we feel that they could still be smoother.
Candy Mobile is the developer of Candy Farm and other successful games for Android. This one is a simple puzzle that is pretty entertaining and fun. If you're tired of jewels, you can download Candy Farm.
How to play: To start with this game is pretty easy, and then the difficulty of the game would increase with the level completed. The goal of this game is to get each candy from the wrapper to its specified gift box which has the same color as the candy throughout your drawing ribbon. For instance, red to red, green to green. The whole game consists of many cities, different city means different level.
The first several levels are rather easy to solve. But please be patient when the levels becomes more and more difficult. You will need to do some brain exercises to solve the puzzles and you can submit your score to online Game Center to compete with other players.
1. Released one more stage of 9 cities for you to solve.
2. Added Game Center support. You can submit the stars you get to online Game Center to compete with other players.
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Its simple yet fun enough to keep ur brain working.
This game sucks, DON'T DOWNLOAD!!
Love this game
It looks like a realy good game, but for some reason the candy won't go to the box in the tutorial when I try it. I qm positive that I am doing this correctly!
Check my 2 YouTube videos (except Pulaski, which I have solved but haven't posted on YouTube)...