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 Level 941 🔥
Level 941
Episode
Minty Meadow
Level type Jelly new
Jelly squares Single jelly-removebg-preview (1): 23   Double jelly-removebg-preview: 22
Moves Moves-28
Target score 1star (trans): 44,000 pts
Blockers Liquorice Lock new  Marmalade  1-Layer MultiLock  2-Layer MultiLock  3-Layer MultiLock
4-Layer MultiLock  5-Layer MultiLock
Other features Candykey6
Colours 5
Red Orange Green Blue Purple
Spaces 81
Difficulty Somewhat Hard
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Jelly new Ingredient drop new
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Level 941 is the sixth level in Minty Meadow and the 298th jelly level. To pass this level, you must clear 23 single and 22 double jelly squares in 28 moves or fewer. When you complete the level, Sugar Crush is activated and will score you additional points.

Difficulty[]

  • You have to collect all five sugar keys to clear all the jelly. Moreover, one of the sugar keys in the liquorice lock must be cleared to obtain the other sugar keys in sugar chests.
  • Five colours make it easier to create special candies.
  • The jellies are worth 67,000 points,[1] which is more than the one-star target score.

Stars[]

Stars
One-Star
Two Stars
All-Stars
All-Sugar-Stars
Score 44,000 100,004 200,000 400,000

Strategy[]

  • The key to this level is the key covered in liquorice lock located in the second column. You need to release and destroy this key to start opening up the board. This can be achieved in several ways and the main strategy/skill in this level is assessing how to get that job done quickly. Getting a vertically striped candy down that column twice very early in the board works, but is probably a rare achievement. More likely, making a colour bomb anywhere on the board and matching with the right colour will open up more possibilities for you. A striped/wrapped combination on the left side is more likely to hit that specific column than a single vertical striped candy, so it is worth trying to make those.
  • Once you start opening up the board, it can be completed quite quickly - indeed the whole board from start to finish can be done within 20 moves if things go right, so you have about 20 moves to get the first key destroyed. Within that time, you can make some progress with other elements of the board, so do not obsess with that first key, merely focus on it.
  • Sometimes you get a board that simply will not start to open out at all. If you get 20 moves in and still cannot see how you might start to open up the board, it probably will not happen for you at that time. Still, you might play a "long-term" game by focusing on combination "c" candies towards boosters for a while (ignore them for the first 20 moves at least) and/or practising your skills.
  • There is luck involved here - but with the right strategy and deployment of your skills, this one is doable and even fun.

Trivia[]

  • This is one of the few levels that the two-star target score is not divisible by 100. In fact, it is one of the few levels to have any target score not divisible by 5.

Notes[]

Elements Info

Element Spawn Notes
Elements Notes
Candykey1
  • Spawn 1 every 9998 moves.

Miscellaneous Info

  1. (23 single jellies × 1,000 points per single jelly) + (22 double jellies × 2,000 points per double jelly) = 67,000 points

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