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When you cursor on the waiting time for the next live or the "Full" text, an inscription will show up: "Wait to gain more lives for free, or click the button to request lives from friends or the shop.".
 
When you cursor on the waiting time for the next live or the "Full" text, an inscription will show up: "Wait to gain more lives for free, or click the button to request lives from friends or the shop.".
   
If you have one or more lives, then you can click on a level and play it. If you [[Game Over|fail the level]] or press the quit button, a life is lost. <!--(This doesn't happen on mobile versions when you haven't made a move in moves, jelly, ingredients, or candy order levels)--> When you run out of lives, you will not be able to play any levels, and the "Not Enough Lives" screen will show.
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If you have one or more lives, then you can click on a level and play it. If you [[Game Over|fail the level]] or press the quit button, a life is lost. <!--(This doesn't happen on mobile versions when you haven't made a move in moves, jelly, ingredients, or candy order levels)--> When you run out of lives, you will not be able to play any levels, and the "No more lives" screen will show.
   
 
On mobile '''for some players''', lives for [[Reality]] and [[Dreamworld]] are separated. You may have run out of lives in Reality but can turn to play Dreamworld. Prior to v1.67, a number above Odus indicated your lives in the other world, and if one had no lives in either world but some lives in the other, the number would be beating. As of v1.67, the number was gone with a shrunk [[Odus]] button.
 
On mobile '''for some players''', lives for [[Reality]] and [[Dreamworld]] are separated. You may have run out of lives in Reality but can turn to play Dreamworld. Prior to v1.67, a number above Odus indicated your lives in the other world, and if one had no lives in either world but some lives in the other, the number would be beating. As of v1.67, the number was gone with a shrunk [[Odus]] button.
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