Unlike its counterpart in Reality, the level requires you to collect 5 striped candy + striped candy combinations. These might be easier to perform but are less destructive as well, so the task of collecting 230 blue candies is more difficult. Also, the level provides you with a striped candy in marmalade, but it is surrounded by various types of icing.
Instead of lucky candies, four 17-move candy bombs stay below the bomb dispensers at the bottom and more will spawn. These can be extremely difficult to reach, especially the initial ones since the first moon struck triggers after 20 turns have passed.
There are fewer five-layered icing compared to its counterpart in Reality which makes it easier to open the board.
Moon struck will prevent candies matching the colour on the left side of the moon scale from spawning. If the blue colour appears on that side, 19 additional candies will have to be collected in addition to the 5 candies the player has to collect four moves after the moon struck. This has to be repeated if the blue colour appears again on that side.
Crush the icing to open up the space on the board.
Remove the bombs since they only have 17 moves to explode.
As always, keep the moon scale balanced especially when collecting orders.
Make a striped + striped candy combination on a safe place.
When the blue candy is on the left side of the moon scale, collect the blue candy within the first 20 moves. This is very hard to do, but you have to do it. This has to be repeated if the blue candy appears after the first moon struck.