Candy Crush Level 376

Candy Crush Level 376 Walkthrough

Target
Bring down the 18 ingredients and reach 180000 points in 40 moves.

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Candy Crush Level 376

Candy Crush Level 376

1 star: 180000 points
2 stars: 260000 points
3 stars: 300000 points

Tips

I know 18 ingredients sounds like a lot but when the start dropping the fall like wildfire. Candy Crush Level 376 was actually a very fun one for me. You start off with 2 stripes and a wrapped in marmalade and the only moves you can make are in the top left side. Don’t even worry about the right side yet. You need to get the cake wheel clear. To do this you need to make special candies. The first thing i would do is unlock the wrapped and striped candies and combine them. Remember to move the wrapped candy into the striped in the center so you hit all four side of the cake wheel. After that you can make another wrapped/striped combo and you will be good or just a couple of striped candies. Once you clear the cake wheel the right side will unlock. You should even worry about the left side anymore at this point unless you see a color bomb you can make. Special candies will be so easy to make once the right side is open. You only have 4 colors. At this point in time combos will do you good. Clear the remaining blocks as quickly as possible and you will see the ingredients just start falling. Remember to hang low on the right side if you can’t make any special candies.

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10 thoughts on “Candy Crush Level 376

  1. I've never whined before but I'm whining big time. Will start with a better attitude tomorrow. Hating CC right now.

  2. This level 376 is no fun at all. Even with smashing the pizza in 5 moves, I still can't break through the right to let ALL 18 of the fruit and nuts fall. No fun, CC. No fun at all.

  3. I've been stuck on this level for days and it is really getting on my nerves. I have started off with the advice I saw on another site: First unlock ONLY the vertical striped candy on the bottom left corner of the left side of the board, then activate ONLY that candy. This hits part of the cake wheel. Then unlock and combine the middle vertical striped candy with the wrapped candy next to it. You have to do this without accidentally setting off either of those 2 with a cascade. Even if you do these 2 things it does not clear the cake wheel. After using those special candies, you have 3 options. 1) You have to make another wrapped + striped combo that is not in the right column. It can take many turns to create both of these AND maneuver them next to each other without setting either one off in a cascade 2) Make at least 2 vertical striped candies which is almost impossible on the left side of this board. You can only get the vertical striped candies through a cascade or if you have to 2 sets of 2 candies of all the same color in one column separated by a candy of another color. In the column next to it you have to have a candy of the same color as the separator candy on the same row AND a candy of that color in the 3rd column either one row above or below the separator candy. Line up the separator candies to create one vertical candy. Then of course you have to break the vertical candy through a regular 3 candy match (A vertical striped + horizontal striped combo has the same effect on the cake wheel) 3) Make a color bomb and combine it with a striped candy. You can easily get both of them through a cascade (or use a lot of moves creating them) but then getting them next to each other without setting either one off takes forever. Also there needs to be several candies of the same color as your striped in this combo or it will very likely not do enough damage to unlock the right side of the board. A color bomb or a wrapped candy alone or a combo using those 2 only are totally useless. Horizontal striped candies are much easier to make, but after you break the 3 bottom rows of chocolate on the right side of the board, you have to set off any horizontal striped candies high up on the left side to break the top 2 rows of chocolate, which is also almost impossible. Your best chance at achieving this is if you create a horizontal striped candy, run out of moves, get a reshuffle and your horizontal striped candy happens to get moved to the first or second row AND then you are able to activate it without it falling down 1 or 2 rows. Half of the time I unlock the right side of the board by (A) clearing the cake wheel, but the other half of the time I manage to (B) break all the chocolate through striped candies and then abandon the left side. Now we move on to the right side of the board. So not only have you used up at least half of your turns just to unlock the right side, but there are several complications on the right side. If you activate the right side using (A), you only have to break through 3 rows of 2 layered icing because clearing the cake wheel not only knocks out all of the chocolate, but it also removes 1 layer from the rows of 3 layered icing. If you activate the right side using (B), you don't get the benefit of having the icing reduced from 3 layers to 2 so you have to work through 3 rows of 3 layered icing. However you activate the right side, the first row that falls is all ingredients. This means that you can't start busting the icing with regular 3 candy adjacent moves and again a color bomb or a wrapped candy alone or a combo using those 2 only are totally useless. You HAVE to use a vertical striped candy, a color bomb + striped candy combo or a wrapped + striped combo just to START breaking the icing. Just one of the these is not enough, you have to use more than 1 of these options. After that the candy will be adjacent to some of the icing and you can break the icing with regular 3 candy moves. The 18 ingredients are spread out across the 5 columns which leaves you with 2 options. You can 1) break every single icing block (all rows & all columns) or 2) clear at least one column of icing and then try to move your ingredients to a cleared column using lateral moves. Option 2 is one of the hardest and most move consuming tasks in all of Candy Crush. If you're very lucky you may be able to set off a color bomb + striped candy combo or a wrapped + striped combo after you are 1 or 2 rows down into the icing. This will clear out tons of icing, but is also very likely to activate the chocolate spawners. Once the chocolate spawners are activated you can forget about trying to make special candies or combos in the top part of the board. You will spend most of your moves just trying to control the chocolate and setting off any special candies you created that fell down close to the spawners before they are consumed by the chocolate. If anyone has any specific advice on beating this level, not just tips like "create as many special candies as you can" or "use special candy combos" or "break the cake wheel in as few moves as possible" or "clear the icing as soon as possible" (these are all Duhs, you would ALWAYS want to do these things in every level) I would love to hear it.

  4. I've been stuck on this level for days and it is really getting on my nerves. I have started off with the advice I saw on another site: First unlock ONLY the vertical striped candy on the bottom left corner of the left side of the board, then activate ONLY that candy. This hits part of the cake wheel. Then unlock and combine the middle vertical striped candy with the wrapped candy next to it. You have to do this without accidentally setting off either of those 2 with a cascade. Even if you do these 2 things it does not clear the cake wheel. After using those special candies, you have 3 options. 1) You have to make another wrapped + striped combo that is not in the right column. It can take many turns to create both of these AND maneuver them next to each other without setting either one off in a cascade 2) Make at least 2 vertical striped candies which is almost impossible on the left side of this board. You can only get the vertical striped candies through a cascade or if you have to 2 sets of 2 candies of all the same color in one column separated by a candy of another color. In the column next to it you have to have a candy of the same color as the separator candy on the same row AND a candy of that color in the 3rd column either one row above or below the separator candy. Line up the separator candies to create one vertical candy. Then of course you have to break the vertical candy through a regular 3 candy match (A vertical striped + horizontal striped combo has the same effect on the cake wheel) 3) Make a color bomb and combine it with a striped candy. You can easily get both of them through a cascade (or use a lot of moves creating them) but then getting them next to each other without setting either one off takes forever. Also there needs to be several candies of the same color as your striped in this combo or it will very likely not do enough damage to unlock the right side of the board. A color bomb or a wrapped candy alone or a combo using those 2 only are totally useless. Horizontal striped candies are much easier to make, but after you break the 3 bottom rows of chocolate on the right side of the board, you have to set off any horizontal striped candies high up on the left side to break the top 2 rows of chocolate, which is also almost impossible. Your best chance at achieving this is if you create a horizontal striped candy, run out of moves, get a reshuffle and your horizontal striped candy happens to get moved to the first or second row AND then you are able to activate it without it falling down 1 or 2 rows. Half of the time I unlock the right side of the board by (A) clearing the cake wheel, but the other half of the time I manage to (B) break all the chocolate through striped candies and then abandon the left side. Now we move on to the right side of the board. So not only have you used up at least half of your turns just to unlock the right side, but there are several complications on the right side. If you activate the right side using (A), you only have to break through 3 rows of 2 layered icing because clearing the cake wheel not only knocks out all of the chocolate, but it also removes 1 layer from the rows of 3 layered icing. If you activate the right side using (B), you don't get the benefit of having the icing reduced from 3 layers to 2 so you have to work through 3 rows of 3 layered icing. However you activate the right side, the first row that falls is all ingredients. This means that you can't start busting the icing with regular 3 candy adjacent moves and again a color bomb or a wrapped candy alone or a combo using those 2 only are totally useless. You HAVE to use a vertical striped candy, a color bomb + striped candy combo or a wrapped + striped combo just to START breaking the icing. Just one of the these is not enough, you have to use more than 1 of these options. After that the candy will be adjacent to some of the icing and you can break the icing with regular 3 candy moves. The 18 ingredients are spread out across the 5 columns which leaves you with 2 options. You can 1) break every single icing block (all rows & all columns) or 2) clear at least one column of icing and then try to move your ingredients to a cleared column using lateral moves. Option 2 is one of the hardest and most move consuming tasks in all of Candy Crush. If you're very lucky you may be able to set off a color bomb + striped candy combo or a wrapped + striped combo after you are 1 or 2 rows down into the icing. This will clear out tons of icing, but is also very likely to activate the chocolate spawners. Once the chocolate spawners are activated you can forget about trying to make special candies or combos in the top part of the board. You will spend most of your moves just trying to control the chocolate and setting off any special candies you created that fell down close to the spawners before they are consumed by the chocolate. If anyone has any specific advice on beating this level, not just tips like "create as many special candies as you can" or "use special candy combos" or "break the cake wheel in as few moves as possible" or "clear the icing as soon as possible" (these are all Duhs, you would ALWAYS want to do these things in every level) I would love to hear it.

  5. This kind of level is why I can really despise this game. It is 100% about the board you are given, and most of the time you are given total junk. CC you are really a jerk sometimes!

  6. This kind of level is why I can really despise this game. It is 100% about the board you are given, and most of the time you are given total junk. CC you are really a jerk sometimes!

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