Candy Crush Saga offers unlimited lives due to Coronavirus outbreak
Mobile publisher King is offering unlimited lives in all its games this week, as a ‘distraction’ from the madness of the coronavirus crisis.
Ever since it became obvious that video games could offer useful, even important, relief from the stress of the coronavirus, companies have started adapting their games to run better at home or to offer free trials.
Unlike something like Pokémon Go, Candy Crush Saga can already be played wherever you want, so instead publisher King is offering unlimited lives from now until 11pm GMT on Sunday, 29 March.
It’s not just Candy Crush Saga though, but all of King’s games, including (deep breath): Candy Crush Saga, Candy Crush Soda Saga, Candy Crush Jelly Saga, Candy Crush Friends Saga, Farm Heroes Saga, Bubble Witch 3 Saga, and Pet Rescue Saga.
Obviously, video game companies also see this as a useful opportunity to get people interested in their games that wouldn’t normally play them, but if you were curious to see what Candy Crush is all about now would be the time to find out.
To unlock unlimited lives in any of the games you’ll have to hit the pop-up that appears each day to claim them, as they only last 24 hours each time.
The original Candy Crush started way back in 2012 and last year celebrated its 5,000th level, as King revealed they had plans to continue the series for another 10 years.
The games are available on the Apple AppStore, Google Play, Amazon Appstore or Windows Store and are all free downloads.
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