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Candy Crush Jelly Saga launches for iPhone and Android

King has done it again, launching the latest Candy Crush for iPhone and Android.

Entitled Candy Crush Jelly Saga, the game is available now from the App Store, Google Play and even the Windows Store.

Candy Crush Jelly Saga introduces a brand-new Jelly-filled world, riffing off the jam-spreading antics found in Candy Crush Soda Saga.

The game also features a new protagonist called Jenny, described as an “adventurous yeti girl”, who’s on a journey to find her Uncle Yeti in the Candy Kingdom.

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Candy Crush Jelly Saga introduces two new game modes known as Jelly and Boss.

In Jelly mode, you’ll need to match candies and jellies in sequence to complete a level. Whereas, in Boss mode, players can test their skills against the Jelly Queen and her minions.

There are currently 120 new levels set across the Candy Kingdom.

Developer King was acquired by Activision in November 2015 for $5.9 billion (£4.1 billion). The developer is best known for its portfolio of Facebook and mobile games, including Candy Crush Saga and Candy Crush Soda Saga – two of the top five highest-grossing mobile games in America.

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