Moves levels, also known as Moves and Score levels or Target Score levels, is the first and simplest of the five level types in Candy Crush Saga. Moves levels first appear in Candy Town, the first episode, and the first moves level is level 1.
Moves levels are quite rare outside of the first few episodes, with 28 levels currently, making up a mere 2.27% of all levels. The first 14 often show special significance within an episode. The only moves levels are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 36, 47, 96, 97, 98, 110, 114, 122, 144, 609, 612, 613, 630, 646, 735, 771, 773, 792, 892, 899, 979, 983, and 1019. The reason it might be rare is because it is highly associated with tutorials and it is the simplest level type; Candy Crush Saga emphasizes other objectives such as clearing jelly, dropping ingredients, or finishing orders.
See the full list of moves levels here.
You simply have to score enough points to earn at least one star using all of your available moves.
A majority of later moves levels contain bombs, and with moves levels, you must actually reach the end of the level (0 moves left) to pass. Bombs further limit the number of moves available, and failing to detonate within their remaining moves will yield an automatic loss, even if you have already reached the one-star target score.
Moves levels are the easiest types in Dreamworld. There are no insanely hard move levels. However, there are some very hard move levels, but not too many unlike other types. The moon scale and the reliance of moon struck is the only challange. Levels 43, and 114 are hard moves levels. They are considered to be hard due to candy bombs on level 114 and 122.
Also, as with Reality, you need to reach the end of the level in order to complete; if the game ends by Odus falling down, you will still fail the level.
Notable moves levels
- Level 1 - Tutorial moves level. Teaches you how to make matches.
- Level 36 - First moves level that is not a tutorial. Also, the first level which requires tickets on Mobile.
- Level 98 - The 10th moves level.
- Level 144 - Once considered the last moves level King would ever release, but this was proven false when Cereal Sea was released.
- Level 609 - After 465 levels, this level resurrects the appearance of Moves levels.
- Level 735 - 20th moves level. This level used to be the only Insanely Hard moves level in history, owing to the large amount of bombs and the high target score. It is also one of the more insanely difficult levels, and has topped the Hardest Level poll before it gets nerfed. It is now Very Easy.
- Level 792 - The first moves level to have four colours.
- Level 1019 - Last moves level to date.
- Dreamworld version of level 358 - The first Dreamworld moves level after a gap of 214 levels.
- Dreamworld version of level 646 - Final moves level in Dreamworld
- Salty Canyon has 4 moves levels, the second highest in the game. This is topped by Candy Town, with 5 moves levels.
- The first 5 Moves levels used to be subtly different than all the rest of the Moves levels. These levels are all tutorial levels. Upon reaching the one-star target score, Sugar Crush starts automatically, giving at least 3000 points per move remaining, and the Sugar Crush is identical to Ingredients and Order Level Sugar Crush. For all other moves levels, Sugar Crush do not occur early; you must use all your moves.
- Candy Town, Chocolate Mountains, Salty Canyon, Peppermint Palace, Gingerbread Glade, Cereal Sea, Taffy Tropics, Glazed Grove, Marshmallow Mountains, Eggnog Emporium, Fudge Fjord, Crumbly Coast, Soda Swamp (Episode 66), Candy Clouds (Episode 67), and Tasty Treasury are the only episodes to contain this level type.
- Before the release of every recent episode prior to Cereal Sea and Bonkers Bakery, rumors were going around about the return of moves levels. However, it was always false including Dreamworld. It was believed that level 144 could have been the last moves level ever until Cereal Sea came out.
- Level 619 used to be a moves level, but it was a duplicate of level 609. It was later changed to a jelly level.
- This is the only level type which did not have a colour increase in Dreamworld. This excludes moves levels converted from timed levels.
|Candy Crush Saga Level Types|