Four colours and a fairly open board make it easy to create special candies. However, as the lucky candies are matched, yellow and red candies are added to the board, making it more like a six-colour board. The presence of liquorice swirls limits the effect of special candies and reduces cascades, thus affecting both success rate and score. Twenty-two moves are sufficient to complete the objective, but without many left to boost the Sugar Crush. Lucky candies can, however, be transformed into colour bombs during sugar crush, which helps boost the score.
Initially, focus on matching lucky candies, preferably adjacent to liquorice swirls to destroy them. After the first 5 moves or so, choose moves that also collect the exposed yellow and red candies. This will directly work towards the objective whilst keeping the board closer to four colours and thus more playable. Create a special candy whenever possible, either with lucky candies or red and yellow ones. Where there's a choice, make wrapped rather than striped candies, as this clears at least five candies, versus four for a striped; moreover the wrapped candy is more useful when detonated, given the presence of swirls.