Welcome to Candy Crush Level 51. Congratulations on making it this far in the Saga but Candy Crush Level 51 has a new type of candy that will test your commitment to the series.
On Candy Crush Level 51, you will be introduced to “chocolate.” But unlike real life, these chocolates are not your friend. They are relentless in making sure you play each level of Candy Crush multiple times. Lets compare the chocolate in candy crush to the boy that falls in the river in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. It consumes everything that it touches. Literally. So with this said, I am here to give you the tips and tricks to beat Candy Crush Level 51.
First, your main goal for Candy Crush Level 51 is to clear all the jelly and reach the score of 20,000 points within 35 moves. It doesn’t matter if you break all the chocolate and meringue but it will be hard to beat level 51 without doing this.
Start the level by making basic combos to open a path to the jelly. Take out some meringue but be careful because as soon as you open up the meringue, the chocolate will start to spread. To control the chocolate, you must break at least one chocolate per move. This prevents any chocolate from being formed. So every move that you don’t break a chocolate, it will occupy another space. This can be a problem because the chocolate will get in the way of making basic combos to break up the jelly. Also, remember that once you crush all the chocolate, it won’t continue to form. So taking out the chocolate should be your main priority so that once its taken care of, you can put all your focus on the jelly.
Once you have ate all the chocolate (burp), use the open space on the board to create special candies and break up that jelly. Wrapped candies work great since the jelly are all bundled together, but striped candies work just as well by clearing a full line. Also, the jelly is double layered so make sure take out each jelly twice.
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