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Blossom Blast Saga – Tips, Tricks, Cheats, How to Beat, and Strategy Guide

Blossom Blast Saga comes out just in time to celebrate King.com’s acquisition by Activision Blizzard, making the combined trio one of the biggest mobile gaming companies in the world. This is arguably the most unique out of all of King’s offerings. It’s a match three game in which you drag your finger over flowers to clear them, but each flower is bloomed to a different degree, and all kinds of reactions can occur depending on how much bloom they have. Read on for some tips and tricks for Blossom Blast Saga!

You have five lives in Blossom Blast Saga, and if you either quit in the middle of a round or lose a level, you lose a life. It takes half an hour to get a life back, but you can get your lives back immediately by setting the time ahead on your phone or tablet. Set it ahead by half an hour for every life that you want to get back, or 2 1/2 hours for a full life restoration.

When you do this, you can then go back to the game and a full life restoration will await you. You can either keep playing, or go right back to the date and time settings and set the time back to normal. Doing this will not cause you to lose any of your ill-gotten lives, meaning that you can do this trick however many times that you want to without making the time on your device go insane.

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Each combo makes the buds around it bloom, and the flower that you end the combo on is the one that blooms wide, so try to end combos away from the edge of the stage so that you can hit as many surrounding flowers as possible. The more bloom you can spread around, the more you can bloom the surrounding flowers, and huge bloom spreads are waht lead to the massive combos that can beat a level automatically.

Finish each level with as many moves left over as you possibly can. The leftover moves will trigger Flower Power, which autoblooms random flowers, and then any moves left over when all of the flowers are gone will go straight to your point total, making it easy to beat your friends’ high scores and earn three stars on every level.

It takes a certain amount of stars to move onto the next island. If you don’t have enough, go back to old levels that you only have one or two stars on and start playing them again, starting from the lowest level to the highest.