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Candy Crush Soda Saga now available for Windows 10
Oct05

Candy Crush Soda Saga now available for Windows 10

One of the most popular mobile games in the world Candy Crush Saga has another version called Candy Crush Soda Saga that has been available on other platforms for a while. The game has finally made it’s way to the Windows 10 Store. From the app description New Candy Crush Soda Saga features: Hundreds of Sodalicious levels New Game Modes include: Soda – switch bottles and candies to release purple soda and save the Candy Bears...

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King’s Candy Crush Saga Launches on the Windows Phone Platform
Dec11

King’s Candy Crush Saga Launches on the Windows Phone Platform

After making an unannounced appearance on Windows Phone earlier this month, King‘s popular Candy Crush Saga game is now finally available on Windows Phone. Features of the game include: Tasty candy graphics that will leave you hungry for more Unwrap delicious environments and meet the sweetest characters Helpful magical boosters to help with challenging levels Complete adventurous levels and unlock treats Easy and fun to play,...

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Video: King’s Candy Crush Saga Game Shows Up on Windows Phone
Dec04

Video: King’s Candy Crush Saga Game Shows Up on Windows Phone

Microsoft, particularly Microsoft France, has confirmed via both YouTube and Twitter that King‘s popular Candy Crush Saga is on the way to the Windows Phone platform. 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...

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King Puts Candy Crush Saga and Other Games on “Stand By”
Sep17

King Puts Candy Crush Saga and Other Games on “Stand By”

King, the developer of Candy Crush Saga among others, has put the development of their games for Windows Phone on “stand by”. This report comes courtesy of PocketGamer.fr, who cited a flat-lining of Windows Phone market share as a reason for the cease in development. It’s worth noting that the games have only been frozen and haven’t been completely scrapped, so it’s very possible that development can and...

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