Most of you have heard of Candy Crush Saga, an extremely popular mobile game. You've probably also heard that the company behind this game, King Digital, has been acquired by Activision Blizzard a couple of days ago for $5.9 billion. Well, we're not here to talk about that acquisition, but about King's new game, which they released at a rather interesting time. We definitely did not expect the company to unveil a new mobile title but... it happened. The name of this game is 'Blossom Blast Saga', let's see what it has to offer, shall we.
As you can tell from its name, this game is rather similar to the Candy Crush Saga. You actually embody a bee who likes to collect and grow unique flowers. This is completely not important though, as you'll be playing a game similarly to Candy Crush Saga. Your job is basically to link flowers (3 or more) of the same color in order for them to blossom, and you'll be doing this through various gardens / levels. At the same time, you'll be winning points and golden bars which will help you later in the game.
There are all sorts of missions available in the game, and some of them will actually require you to think before you act. There's a 'Big Bud Mode' included in this game which basically requires you to explode all the big buds on the game board / garden. 'Collect the Flowers' mode, on the other hand, is the one we've already talked about, it requires you to select flowers of the same color and get them to bloom. There are 120 levels in the game, which should provide you with plenty of play time, while you can play them all more than once and try to score more points, of course.
''Blossom Blast Saga is a charming but challenging new adventure and we're excited to add it to our ever-growing portfolio of mobile games. The colourful graphics and beautiful gardens, paired with the linking gameplay mechanic on offer, provide a fun and picturesque world for players to enjoy,'' said Simas Budrys, the Lead Producer of Blossom Blast Saga at King. This game is now available on both iOS and Android devices.