The presence of six colours makes it hard to create special candies and cascades during regular moves. Moreover, its Reality counterpart has five colours for all the moves available. This makes it much harder to create special candies compared to its Reality counterpart.
The jellies are worth 84,000 points. Hence, an additional 16,000 points for two stars and an additional 36,000 points for three stars have to be earned through matching of candies.
Even though the two and three star score requirements are the same as its Reality counterpart, the extra colour makes them hard to reach especially with only the same number of moves as its Reality counterpart.
An extra colour makes it harder to sustain huge point cascades. However, the board layout helps in creation of special candies and huge point cascades.
The only blockers are the multi-layered icing. However, they are harder to clear with six colours.
Moon struck removes candies matching the colours on the moon scale, lasts for three moves and occurs twice. This makes it much easier to create special candies. However, considering that its Reality counterpart has five colours for 30 moves, the moon struck duration is much too low to boost the score as only 20.00% of the Reality counterpart has fewer colours in the Dreamworld counterpart even if the board has four colours during moon struck.
Once each moon struck ends, it can become harder to create special candies.