Candy Crush Saga Dreamworld for Android Now Available for Download

The expansion brings new levels and a new way of playing the game

  Candy Crush Saga Dreamworld for Android (screenshot)
King.com, one of the most successful mobile games developer of this year, has just announced it has launched an expansion to its Candy Crush Saga smash hit for Android devices.

King.com, one of the most successful mobile games developer of this year, has just announced it has launched an expansion to its Candy Crush Saga smash hit for Android devices.

Dubbed Dreamworld, the new expansion transports players who managed to reach level 50 to a parallel world where they will meet a brand new character called Odus the Owl.

“Get ready to tuck yourself in with Dreamworld; the latest release from Candy Crush Saga! Sit back and drift off to a delicious place where you’ll revisit levels as you’ve never seen them before.

Meet Odus, our helpful owl, master Moon Struck mode and discover a new type of Candy Crush gameplay,” reads the expansion's description.

Candy Crush Saga Dreamworld brings 65 new levels to the already 485 levels available in the original game. This means Candy Crush Saga easily surpassed the impressive 500 levels milestone, if we take into consideration the new levels added via Dreamworld expansion.

“We're thrilled to offer new and existing Candy Crush Saga players an exciting new way of playing the game. We hope that the new 'Dreamworld' mode will prove a fun twist for newcomers to the game and a tantalizing challenge for our loyal fan-base.

As with all our games, we endeavor to offer our valued players a regular flow of exciting new content – we hope that they will love the new map, as much as we've enjoyed developing it.” said King's Tommy Palm.

The new expansion is available across Facebook and iOS as well, beginning today, so those who prefer other platforms will be pleased to know they can play Dreamworld too.

You can now download Candy Crush Saga for Android 1.22 for free via Softpedia. Keep in mind the game should be fully compatible with all devices running Android 2.2 and up.

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