The original video was deleted promptly, but a new video, embedded below, was uploaded just in time (via).
The video shows a Lumia 635 running the software. On Twitter, Yann de Canson, an Apps Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft France, posted “Vous aimez les bonbons ? vous allez adorer ce qui arrive sur #windowsphone !!! ;)” on his account, which roughly translates “Do you like candy? You will love what happens on #windowsphone !!!”
The tweet, too was deleted, but the video still remains.
If this proves true, it would be the latest of a string of games and apps making the jump from iOS and Android and onto the Windows Phone platform, making the app and game ecosystem between the three much more competitive. It would also be a rapid turnaround from King’s “stand by” attitude toward Windows Phone.
It might be a little while before the game actually finds its way into the Windows Phone Store, but until then, we have plenty of other options to pass the time. King has not contacted 1800PPC for confirmation, but hopefully I’ll be able to dig up some more soon.
Are you looking forward to Candy Crush Saga?
Thanks Steve for the tip!