Crazy Kitchen – Guide: Tips, Cheats and Strategies

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Crazy Kitchen is a new match three puzzle game for the iOS and Android platforms by Zindagi Games. Your goal is to make combos and fill orders, and the real kicker here is that you can attach your face and your friends or family’s faces to the characters in the game. Read on for some tips and tricks for Crazy Kitchen!

The main goal here is to drag a line from piece to piece, and if the line consists of three or more pieces, it will clear those pieces. If there are no specific orders to fill, clear out the biggest combos that you can of any piece that you want to. You can drag diagonally, up, down, left, and right, giving you big possibilities when it comes to making combinations.

You start the game with five lives. Once you run out it takes half an hour for a life to come back on its own, or you can purchase more lives. If you want to restore your lives for free, go to the date and time settings on your phone and put the time ahead by half an hour per life that you need to restore. Then go back to the game and your lives will be recovered.

After you complete that last step, you can go back to the date and time settings and set the time back to normal. Then when you go back to the game, all of your lives will still be there that you just recovered. You can do this trick as many times as you want to, whenever you want to.

Otherwise, the main way to recover lives is to ask for them from your friends on Facebook, so be sure to send lives back to your friends as well. Make a second Facebook account and look for people who play this game there if none of your real life friends on your main/real Facebook account do.

Otherwise, you won’t lose lives on stages that you beat; only on stages that you lose. So if you get down to around one life, go back to old stages and play them for practice if you want to, and then when lives recover, use them.

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