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This article contains everything you need to know about Sweet Shuffle. 


Use the list below to navigate specific topics about the game. 


How to play 


Click and drag a candy to an adjacent position to swap its position with another candy.  

    

You can also click a candy and then click an adjacent candy instead if you do not wish to drag.  


NOTE: match three or more candies of the same type to remove them from the board. Matching more than three candies will leave a special candy in their place


Remove wrapped candies to earn extra moves.  


Remove cookies by making matches next to them. 

  

Make as many matches as possible before running out of moves to maximize your score.   


Tips


Two candies. Sometimes there are two candies on one wrapper. After matching the wrapper, one candy will remain on the board to make another match.


  

White striped candy. A candy with white stripes will appear after matching four candies in a row. It will have the same color as the candies that were matched. 

    

     

If you match a white-striped candy with two others of the same color, that will clear the whole vertical line, and you will receive +10 points for each candy removed. 

      


Rainbow candy. Rainbow candy will appear after matching five candies in a row. 

 

 

You can use a rainbow candy to match with any adjacent candy – it will clear adjacent candies of the same color. You will receive 10 points for each candy removed that way.    

 

 
Chocolate candy. If you complete a combination of five candies in an "angle" formation, a chocolate candy will appear. 



If you match the chocolate candy with two others of the same color, that will clear all adjacent candies, and you will receive +10 points for each candy removed.  

 


Cookie. Sometimes, a cookie may appear. You can't directly move the cookie, but you can clear it by matching adjacent candies. 
 

 

 Scoring


General formula. Your score = number of tiles in a row x 10 x multiplier.


MultipliersSweet snacks in their wrappers earn you a score multiplier, which could be x2, x3, etc.