Level 926 is the sixth level in Delectable Depths and the 414th jelly level.
To pass this level, you must clear 75 double jelly squares in 25 moves or fewer.
When you complete the level, Sugar Crush is activated and will score you additional points.
Colour bomb combined with wrapped candy is an ideal combination, but very rare indeed on a six colour board like this one. Be prepared to detonate your first colour bomb quickly against a regular candy of a high density colour and hope this starts a trickle effect that allows you to make more colour bombs.
In order to increase your chances of creating colour bombs (or alongside trying to make them), try also to eliminate the sugar keys to open the sugar chests, so you can open up the board as soon as possible.
If you have trouble creating special candies, go for huge point cascades. This is done by making matches on the bottom which should hopefully clear the jellies on the top and sustain the multiplier effect. Even a 3× multiplier effect can cause a good point boost per single jelly cleared.
Be prepared to try this level many times. With good planning, you make your own luck on this board. You need such luck combined with careful planning to pass this level, but it should be achievable.
This level, much like several in this episode, requires you to concentrate on the score as well as the task. The passing score already took several colour bomb detonations to reach, so the 3-star score is even harder to get. The sooner you get the first colour bomb, the better.
By focusing on the above approach, you will tend to make (or get close to) a qualifying score with several moves to go quite regularly. Hope that the chaos you have already caused on the board gets you close to eliminating the jellies and then get to work on the jellies.
Do not swap a colour bomb with a striped candy. This combo produce less points than letting the jellies be cleared by cascades that are trigger by having fewer colours of candy on screen.
It is much easier to solve the jelly problem after solving the points problem than it is to rack up extra points once you are at/close to removing all the jellies. That probably means holding back on some of the stripes and/or the flying saucer for a few moves while you try to make some other specials.