Candy Crush Arrives On Windows 10

One of the more publicized parts of Windows 10 is the gaming part of the new operating system. The new Xbox app and ability to stream games are major pluses for users, and the arrival of a major title for Windows 10 adds to the excitement. Now, Candy Crush arrives on Windows 10.

Whether you love it or hate it, Candy Crush is one of the most popular mobile games on the planet. Its popularity around the world is in the hundreds of millions of downloads, and bringing it to the desktop is the next focus. With it on Windows 10, users can enjoy it on their tablet or desktop.

Microsoft Gets Candy Crush On Windows 10

Candy Crush On Windows 10

Users with the arrival of Candy Crush can download the game for free from the new Windows Store, and can enjoy playing it within a few minutes. Tiffi and Mr. Toffee continue their adventures, and magical lands can be unlocked with play. It has hundreds of levels and is constantly being updated.

The new version of Candy Crush on Windows 10 also features 15 new levels, and that means that Candy Crush fanatics can reach level 1025, which is 1024 more levels than I have ever made it. Tiffi also found a treasure chest in Tasty Treasury, and users can join the leaderboards to rank.

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Gaming On Windows 10

The arrival of Candy Crush on Windows 10 opens the floodgates to major developers and Windows 10. Windows has always been a gaming platform, but its workings with the Xbox One, and revised Windows Store means more games should arrive. Now, developers can sell games easier than ever on the store.

Users who enjoy games will download them from the Windows Store, play their Xbox One games on the Windows 10 desktop, and utilize Windows 10 for all of its gaming abilities. The addition of a major title like Candy Crush means major mobile developers can expand their mobile games to Windows 10 and beyond.

Users can download Candy Crush for Windows 10 now. If you get addicted, don’t blame me.

Published: Saturday, August 1st, 2015 Last Modified: August 1, 2015

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