The player needs to balance the moon scale for 36 moves. Fortunately, the moon scale is stable.
The moon scale may make activating striped candies and related combinations dangerous.
There might be a risk of tipping the moon scale early due to an unfavourable candy set-up.
If either purple or orange is on the left side of the moon scale, the player has only 36 moves to remove all 99 candies of that colour, since the colour removed will not return for the remaining four moves, so it is impossible to win if the player does not finish the order when moon struck is in effect. This is very hard to do, but not impossible.
The orders are worth 32,800 points. Hence, an additional 7,200 points is required to earn one star.
Clear as many candies and blockers as possible to collect more orders.
Set up a colour bomb + striped candy combination to collect more of the required orders.
If either purple or orange is on the left side of the moon scale, concentrate on crushing that colour (and the other colour on the scale to keep the balance), so that you will have removed the required order prior to the moon struck. This is very hard to do, but not impossible.
If both purple and orange are on the moon scale, and if you are not confident that you may not be able to remove all of them before moon struck, you can reset the board without losing a life (only on mobile). The same is true if either one of the colours appear on the left side of the moon scale.
This the candy order level that requires the greatest number of moves to completely fill up the moon scale, at 36 moves. It is also the Dreamworld level that requires the greatest number of moves to completely fill up the moon scale.