Candy Crush Saga Tips: Learn How To Reshuffle Candies Without Losing Any Lives; Actor Rob Schneider Plays King’s Popular Puzzle Game

By Staff Writer | August 15, 2013 06:36 AM EDT

Rob Schneider plays Candy Crush Saga.
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Learn new Candy Crush Saga tips from the experts to win that level easily. Also, Rob Schneider is playing the highly-addicting puzzle game. 

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For those stuck in a difficult level from King's massively popular hit puzzle game, perhaps, what you need are some fresh Candy Crush Saga tips that might be of help to finally finish your in-game mission. It is already a fact that as the level gets higher in Candy Crush, the more difficult it is to surpass, leading fervent and seriously addicted players to use game cheats or worse, spend hundreds or thousands of dollars for in-app purchases.

Well, aside from cheats and emptying your wallets by spending too much for the game, there are useful Candy Crush Saga tips to help you and a lot of them are posted online. For instance, iMore suggested one of the most effective Candy Crush Saga tips without losing any lives.

The post teaches the players how to reshuffle the candies without losing lives. There are a few instances when playing Candy Crush Saga that by simply looking at a new level, a player will already know if it will be an easy or a hard game. Fortunately, there is a way to change that - through reshuffling a hard level without using up any of the player's lives.

The instruction for the Candy Crush Saga tip reads, "On your mobile device, open the level and then press the exit button before you make any moves. When you come back, the candy will be reshuffled and in new, hopefully easier to handle positions. You can do this as many times as you want and no lives will be lost."

However, you need to take note that this is one of those easy-to-practice Candy Crush Saga tips that does not work on time challenges "as the game has already started as the time counts down."

Meanwhile, actor, dad and husband Rob Schneider is like the rest of us as he is also playing Candy Crush Saga (though not addicted to it). He said, "There's no greater feeling than having two of those chocolate balls together. He joked, "It's one of the greatest feelings I've had in my life." He further said, "It's ridiculously good. Nothing bad happens from there."

 

 

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