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Candy Crush Dreamworld Expansion Now Available for for iOS, Android, and Facebook

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    The logo for Candy Crush Saga.
By Justin Sarachik, Christian Post Reporter
December 17, 2013|9:15 am

Candy Crush Saga Dreamworld expansion pack was released for Facebook, Android, and iOS devices.

"We're thrilled to offer new and existing Candy Crush Saga players an exciting new way of playing the game," said King's Tommy Palm. "We hope that the new 'Dreamworld' mode will prove a fun twist for newcomers to the game and a tantalizing challenge for our loyal fanbase. As with all our games, we endeavour to offer our valued players a regular flow of exciting new content - we hope that they will love the new map, as much as we've enjoyed developing it."

Polygon reports that any user that has finished the 50 levels of the original game will be sent to parallel themed levels.

King recently announced that over 150 billion games of Candy Crush have been played in just the one year that it has been around.

King released statistics for the game for their one year anniversary to show off the popularity for the social media and mobile played game that has been downloaded over 500 million times.

"The past year has been one of the most exciting times for King since Candy Crush Saga launched on mobile," said Palm in a statement. "The incredible milestone of more than half a billion downloads of the game, as well as the continued enthusiasm from our community, really delights the entire King team. Fans can look forward to even more exciting new Candy Crush Saga content over the coming months, including an exciting new twist to the game."

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According to National Monitor, Candy Crush is earning King, $633,000 a day, which pans out to around $230 million in revenue annually.

Other statistics released by King indicate that the hardest level is number 65, while 78 percent of those who play, do while watching television.

The game plays in the same fashion as former popular browser game, Bejeweled, where three candies need to be matched in a line. Players can only move vertically or horizontally. The Facebook version of the game has 500 levels with a new one appearing every three weeks while the mobile version has around 455.

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