This is a candy merging 3 in a row game where players get 65 total moves. As players score points they level up, causing the playing field to add rows or columns.
Move a piece with an adjacent piece to create a streak of 3 or more in a row vertically or horizontally.
Create multiple streaks at the same time or streaks longer than 3 to create power ups which can be used subsequently.
Score as many points as you can before you run out of moves.
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Candy Fiesta Match 3 Game for Kids Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Match 3 or more candies in a row to remove them from the playing field. Create combination matches which score bonus points.
Starting the Game
Click on the green and white button in the lower right corner.
The welcome screen has a sound control button in the upper left corner.
Use the mouse left click to select a piece and move it to the position of an adjacent piece to swap them.
Tap a piece and move your finger to an adjacent cell to swap them.
The game has a pause button in the upper left corner. Clicking it pauses the game music and brings up a menu which you can close to resume the game. The menu also lets you turn music on or off and restart the game again.
How to Play
Move a piece to the position of an adjacent piece to swap their positions.
Moves must complete one or more runs of 3 or more in a row, or else they will not be allowed.
Lines of 3 must be vertical or horizontal. Diagonal lines do not count.
Total Move Count
You are allowed a maximum of 65 moves throughout the game.
If a move you create causes automatic subsequent follow on moves those secondary and tertiary moves do not count against your move total but add to your points scored.
The board starts off as a 6 by 6 grid with 36 pieces in it.
As you level up the size of the board grows.
First level upgrade 6×7, creating a 42 piece grid.
Second level upgrade 7×7, creating a 49 piece grid.
Third level upgrade 8×7, creating a 56 piece grid.
Forth level upgrade 8×8, creating a 64 piece grid.
Fifth level upgrade 9×8, creating a 72 piece grid.
Initially the game contains a green jelly bean, a blue round, a yellow drop, and an orange pentagon.
As you level up and progress through the game other pieces like a squarish red piece of gum are added.
As you make runs you can also create power pieces that amplify the damage you can do.
Creating Power Pieces
You can create power pieces by making special combinations. These power pieces can then be used in subsequent matches.
Four in a row – creates a striped candy which destroys all candies aligned with the direction of the stripes when it is used as part of a combo of 3 or more in a row. The candy which turns striped is the one you moved into the sequence to complete the run & the stripes run in the same direction as you moved the piece.
Connect 2 rows of 3 – creates a plastic wrapper around the candy. When used subsequently this wrapper pops, destroying the 8 adjacent cells.
Five in a row – creates a piece of chocolate with sprinkles on it. Touch the chocolate to any adjacent piece to destroy all of those piece types on the level.
Using the stripe or plastic wrapper requires you complete a run. The chocolate piece can be used on any cell.
Your move count is limited, so try to create as many power pieces as you can so that you can do a lot of damage to the board with the moves you do make.
You do not score a lot of points directly by using a power piece, but rather score many points through the follow on combinations they can create.
Consider follow on moves
Pieces fall from the top down.
This means if you make runs near the top of the board it may adjust the placement or positioning of a few candies to a dozen or so candies, but if you are able to make moves further down on the playing field it changes the relative positioning of dozens of cells.
There should generally be a preference for making moves on the bottom half of the board.
If there are no great moves to be made on the current playing field then try to make moves which put the playing field in a better position for a combination or using a power piece in the subsequent move.
The bright and colorful graphics makes this game appeal to all ages. The game’s lack of timer and no official levels makes the game more relaxing than many match 3 games where players have to intensely battle the clock.
There are no adult themes in this game.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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