There is not much to worry about in this level – the moon scale is relatively stable, and the order is feasible with the amount of moves given.
Compared to its counterpart in Reality, there is one fewer striped under marmalade.
The blockers might get in the player's way at first but can be cleared with a few good combinations.
The order is worth 10,000 points, which is equal to the one star target score.
1st Start: moves left.
1st End: moves left.
Moon Struck moves
There are 15 three-layered icing squares in a T-shape on this board. They keep the candies trapped in the top of the board, thus not letting the whole board be filled with candies. You need to open up the board and let more candies in because it gives you a better chance to make special candies. Clear the icing by making horizontal matches adjacent to the top row so you can hit more than one icing at a time. Once you break through the top row, candies can fall to the bottom of the board.
In order to beat this level, you need to make 10 striped candies. This is not too difficult of a task because you have 35 moves to fulfil your quota. When you have the options to make a striped or wrapped, go with the striped option, obviously (unless you have no choice). There are also 4 striped candies trapped in marmalade.
If Odus falls off the moon scale, the game is over. You may need to spend a move to tip him away from the danger zone. Try using special candies that are a different colour than those that will push Odus over. That will help keep him safe. Once the moon scale fills up completely, moon struck will activate, and it will take off two colours from the board completely.
↑10 special candies × 1,000 points per special candy = 10,000 points