19 Addicting Games Like "Candy Crush" Everyone Should Check Out

Updated on June 26, 2020
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Rahul is a video game addict. Some of his favorite games are "Red Dead Redemption 2" and "The Witcher 3."

What Games Are Similar to "Candy Crush?"

The Candy Crush Saga has taken over the whole world. It’s common knowledge that it is in the mind of millions of people across the globe who are trying to match candies by swiping on their phone screens.

This Match Three game is more addictive than you’d think when you launch it for the first time. I played this game more than anything else last year, not because all my friends were (and most still are) playing this game. I kept on playing it because it was damn good, working as a spackle that held my day together sometimes. Now that I have had enough of those sweet candies drawing me in with its impossible levels in later stages, I have searched the web to find out some more games like Candy Crush. Let’s take a look.

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1. "Bake Shop Drop"

Have you played Tetris? If yes, then this game would immediately feel like home. Pastries and candies drop from the top, requiring you to make the matches. They would disappear upon making matches, otherwise, they would stack. Should they reach the top, the game is over. It’s delicious!

2. "Treasure of Montezuma 3"

Available on iPhone and iPad, Treasure of Montezuma is another match-three game you can try. You only have one minute to score as much as you can. It’s definitely going to test your speed and presence of mind. Give the free version a shot before you buy it.

3. "Bejeweled Series"

Bejeweled is a game that set the whole matching genre in motion. The gameplay is simple enough—match any three crystals or jewels to score big. There might not be a map to traverse or any quests to offer, but it’s still a pretty solid game. If you are looking for some quick games like Candy Crush, you should give Bejeweled a go. You might as well check out the rest of Bejeweled series, consisting of Bejeweled 2, Bejeweled 3, Bejeweled Twist, and Bejeweled Blitz.

4. "Hexbee"

Instead of three, you will have to match five similar objects in Hexbee, which is undoubtedly more challenging than its rivals. Moreover, there are no levels in this game. There are a lot of reasons to keep coming back, one of them being the joy of beating your own high score and seeing your name appearing on the leaderboard.

5. "Puzzle Quest 2"

Puzzle Quest 2 has invented a whole new genre by mixing the puzzle elements with role-playing mechanics successfully, adding match-three gameplay to the fantasy combat. In Candy Crush, you progress to further stages by matching sets of candies, but here you’d be roaming dungeons, gaming experience and upgrade your characters along with the usual match-three gameplay.

6. "Juice Cubes"

Coming from Rovio, the studio behind the popular Angry Birds franchise, Juice Cubes is another match-three game that’s hard to put down. It features more than 150 levels with witches, mermaids, and pirates. While it’s nowhere near the content games like Candy Crush can offer, I would always take quality over quantity.

7. "Cursed House"

Coming from Big Fish Studios, one of my all-time favorite studios, Cursed House is a spooky match three game available for your iPad. With more than 100 intriguing levels to conquer and tons of magical powers to collect, Cursed House cements its place as one of the best-paid games like Candy Crush.

8. "Dots"

You could say that Dots is a simpler and more colorful version of Candy Crush. You need to connect as many dots of same colors as possible within one minute. The only caveat is that it requires you to pay to unlock further levels after you churn through the first few levels. It’s totally worth it though.

9. "Farm Heroes Saga"

The only difference between Farm Heroes and Candy Crush is that you match fruits and vegetables here instead of candies. Developed by the same studio that was behind Candy Crush, you can expect the gameplay to be quite similar to the former. Fresh elements like Special Board Zones and Ice Traps make its way into the game, which makes for an intriguing game with tons of fun to offer. If you are looking for some familiar games like Candy Crush, Farm Heroes should be your best bet.

10. "Bravesmart"

Developed by Flaregames Studios, Bravesmart adds a little twist to the match-three gameplay. Taking control of miniature Scotsmen, your job is to craft homes and match them up to turn it into bigger ones. Be careful while putting the cribs together as the Scotsmen move about while you are at work, adding a layer of nice complexity to this game.

11. "7 Elements"

Want to play a game like Candy Crush but with some more challenges? Want to take your candy matching skills to another level? 7 Elements might just be the game you are looking for. While the basic gameplay remains the same, it allows you to move more than one piece at any time. In fact, you’d be able to move up to three pieces, making it easier to match larger groups. Can you wrap your mind around the concept? If you are ready for the challenge, give this brain-taxing variant a shot.

12. "Doodle Find"

When you play Doodle Find, objects such as cupcakes, socks, and keys float around the screen, requiring you to match them up. It only gets messier as more junk fills the screen later on. You’d need to rely on your memorization skills to be able to find matches when the screen would be littering with objects. It’s certainly going to drive you mad (in a good way).

13. "Dungeon Raid"

Dungeon Raid keeps the best elements of the puzzle genre and cuts out all the fluff. Resultantly, there is no unnecessary story mode here. You are dropped straight into the action, which is all about finding powerful equipment, upgrading your stats and surviving as long as you can before you die inevitably. You will start over again, unlocking a new race or class this time around. Next thing you know is that you have been playing it for way too long. It’s addicting!

14. "Puzzle & Dragons"

Puzzle & Dragons lets you control a team of monsters that you have purchased or won. You mate and evolve them to help you out with your adventures. It requires to you match three objects with the same colors, and the colors you match would determine which monster is going to attack.

If you are looking for some games like Candy Crush, Puzzle & Dragons should be right up your alley.

15. "Jewel Mania"

Jewel Mania is pretty similar to some of the games like Candy Crush that I have mentioned here, but it asks you for more attention while you are matching those colorful jewels. Jewel Mania has introduced portals and pitfalls, needing you to avoid them while trying to score points by matching jewels. It's simple but the addition of a couple of new features make it a must try title.

16. "Cruel Jewels"

The difference between this and other matching games is that you can play it with your buddies in multiplayer mode, which allows for some inconceivable combos. Cruel Jewels tasks you with matching three or more jewels alone or with your friend. Although single player is fun, I would suggest you give multiplayer a shot too. It’s one of the best time-sucking games like Candy Crush—perfect for your daily commute.

17. "4 Elements"

4 Elements is several casual games packed into one cohesive package. It mixes gen-matching genre with fantasy and RPG elements by including questing and hidden object gameplay. It’s one of the best games like Candy Crush available right now.

18. "Triple Town"

Tired with matching gems and candies? Why not match some towns instead? Triple Town’s bushes don’t disappear when you match them. They become trees. Eventually, you will be able to build your own kingdom by matching small stuff and turning them into something big. Plus, there are bears!

19. "10,000,000"

10,000,000 lets you control a tomb raider whose job is to slay crawlers. You will have to match keys, shields, and swords to keep him alive and squash all your enemies. If you’d like to play some deep puzzle games like Candy Crush, give 10,000,000 a shot.


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    • EricFarmer8x profile image

      Eric Farmer 

      2 years ago from Rockford Illinois

      I like to play Puzzles and Dragons a lot. I also like Candy Crush Soda Saga a little more than the original Candy Crush. Nice Hub.


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