These Candy Crush Level 60 cheats will help you beat level 60 on Candy Crush Saga easily. Candy Crush level 60 is the tenth level in Minty Meadow (Episode 5) and the 17th ingredients level. To beat this level, you must collect 2 hazelnuts and 2 cherries in 50 moves or fewer. You have 6 candy colors and 75 available spaces. You can get a maximum of 130,000 points.
Strategy: Control the chocolates by making matches beside them. Do not let the chocolates spoil your plans. After that, bring the ingredients to the bottom. As usual, making vertical striped candies is the quickest way to bring an ingredient straight down.
It may be hard dealing with the chocolate, but once it is gone, you should have no problem. Six colors makes the level harder. The ingredients are worth 40,000 points, which is equal to the one star target score.
Crush Level Saga Level 60 Details
Level Type: Ingredients (See all Level Types)
Episode: Candy Town
Goal: collect 2 hazelnuts and 2 cherries in 50 moves or fewer.
Candy Colors: 6
Max Score: 130,000 / 3 Stars
Here are the cheats and tips on how to beat Candy Crush level 60:
Candy Crush Level 60 Cheats
- Vertical striped candies are essential.
- Take out the center obstacle first.
- Don’t let the chocolate take the board over.
Level 60 Tips & Help
1Vertical Striped Candies Are Essential. As in all ingredient levels, whatever brings them down the fastest are the best weapons in your arsenal. Vertical candies can take out a whole column in one fell swoop. A vertical striped candy can cause a cascade, which could also win you the level.
2Take Out the Center Obstacle First. The center rectangular blockage severely inhibits your ability to bring the ingredients down to the floor. By destroying this obstacle, you kill two birds with one stone because you will likely bring down and ingredient or two while taking out the meringue and chocolate rectangle. Once the center is eliminated, you should be able to bring down the ingredients with ease.
3Don’t Let chocolate Take Board Over. Encased in a meringue outer-layer are three chocolate squares that multiply after each move. The chocolate can severely clog the board, which will prevent you from bringing down the ingredients if it is not completely cleared. But, if you don’t completely clear the chocolate, don’t over-occupy yourself with it because the objective is to bring down the ingredients.