Tips and Walkthrough: Candy Crush Level 1946

Candy Crush Level 1946 Tips


  • Collect all the orders and reach 100,000 points to complete the level.
  • You have only 18 moves.
  • Order = 114 icing Block
  • Order = 24 Liquorice Swirl

Level 1946 guide and cheats:

This level has medium difficulty. For this level try to play near to blockers or make special candy as you get the chance. Combine them with each other to break more blockers or play near to blockers to break them.

Candy Crush Level 1946 Walkthrough Video

15 Comments on Tips and Walkthrough: Candy Crush Level 1946

  1. 1946 completed! 2nd board! On 1st move push up.

  2. 1946 completed on first attempt.?

  3. Easy first attempt

  4. Why do I only have 12 moves. IMPOSSIBLE

  5. I only have 12 moves show me how you would do it in 12 moves

  6. I only have twelve moves!!!! Impossible

  7. I only have 12 moves. Why does this happen so often, when I have fewer moves than I’m supposed to?

  8. linda saksefski // December 29, 2018 at 4:06 pm // Reply

    You show the board with 18 moves but you shortened it to 12, not nice. A lot harder to clear

  9. This is constantly happening. The company is cheating u and i am ready to quit!

  10. Tried about 20 times now.No where near achieving the targets with the 12 moves given on my desktop pc.Boosters don’t seem to do much either.

  11. garth bowering // January 19, 2019 at 3:38 pm // Reply

    help, only getting 12 moves not 18

  12. Marlene Scott // March 26, 2019 at 9:15 pm // Reply

    says 18 moves so Why have I only got 12 moves ready for giving up as this is impossible

  13. How can one do this with only 12 moves????!!!!!Come on candy crush play fair!!😡

  14. Eileen Kaplin // May 3, 2019 at 3:08 pm // Reply

    No fair. Why do I only get 12 moves. Ready to move on and read a good book!Eiloeen

  15. Sandy Paukner // May 17, 2019 at 2:59 pm // Reply

    Only get 12 moves. not even close to clearing the board

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