In most cases there are too many jellies to deal with in only 20 moves, as many of them are located under two-layered icing. They are also on the sides of the board, which is awkwardly shaped, making them even harder to reach.
With five colours, special candies or combinations are not too hard to make, but even so, there are almost always two or three jellies you do not manage to reach by the end of the level.
The moon scale may not be stable for this level.
1st Start: moves left.
1st End: moves left.
2nd Start: moves left.
2nd End: moves left.
Moon Struck moves
Part 1: Special Candy Combinations
Focus on creating special candy combinations at the top of the board. This will help you to clear the icing that is blocking the jelly squares at the bottom.
Special candies can be very beneficial in this level. If you are able to get a colour bomb, try to hold on to it and combine it with another special candy. This way it will clear a majority of the jelly and icing squares.
Part 2: Icing and Jelly
The jelly at the top of the board should not be too difficult to clear. Concentrate on clearing the icing that sits on top of the jelly at the bottom.
If possible, try to combine a wrapped and striped candy in the centre of the board. This will clear out multiple rows horizontally and vertically.
Part 3: Moon Struck
Keep an eye on the moon scale to see when it is almost time for a moon struck. Before the moon struck occurs, it is suggested to try to create as many special candies as possible to maximise it.
Be careful of the cascade effect in this level. If you get too many cascading moves, they may throw Odus off balance, ending the level.