Candy Crush Saga Level 1123

Hints and tips for level 1123 Candy Crush Saga
First you need to make a vertical stripe to open the cream blockers at the top, which will let candies fall down into the sides of the board. You only need one side open, but you can open both if you get the chance without wasting too many moves.
Once you have candies in the sides you need to make sideways stripes and drop them to the bottom so they hit the blocker in the middle.
This needs hitting 6 times to completely clear it, then the ingredients will fall our.
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22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Got this first try, with 2 stars (surprised myself!) Wrapped/stripes did it for me. Maybe I got a lucky board!

Anonymous said...

Only took a few tries. Opened the left side only and just seemed to get lots of horizontal stripes in the right spot to hit the blocker and release the ingredients.

Anonymous said...

Came to see if there are tips to help me pass this level as i'm struggling real hard. What a dissepointment to see that there are just two posts and that both tell me it was easy. But, on the bright side: there is hope.

Anonymous said...

After getting within one stripe to win about ten times I finally used some of my gold bars to buy five extra moves. I could see the potential of making another stripe. I only used three of those moves to win.
What a tedious level!
Sharon

Anonymous said...

Boring, ridiculous level. Limited moves and frustrating.

michelle mcbride said...

I agree...struggling with this one..
Need a hint....no a decent move yet.

Anonymous said...

Very Unenjoyable level. Too tedious and totally relies on a lucky board. Thumbs down.

Liz said...

If you don't get a lucky board (and I didn't in spite of many attempts), you might try a coconut wheel. I had many of those in my "supply" earned with those special candies, and I decided to try one since vertical stripes are crucial to open up top sections, and then horizontal stripes to clear meringue. it appeared in a good position in the bottom row which I used to create vertical stripes that opened up the top. Then another appeared in top section so I used it to make horizontal stripes near the meringue. So the combo of wheel and decent board was what worked for me. Using a striped/wrapped combo in addition to the wheel might also work if they appeared in the right place and you have enough. I just get impatient waiting for the right board!!

Anonymous said...

Hi it's Kath... Must have been lucky...1st go.. In very few moves.

Van5 said...

Got fed up waiting for a stripe, so I used a coconut wheel to open up the blocker on the first move. Patiently made horizontal stripes and after about 4 tries got it. Made a chocolate ball which was no help at all. Stripes and wraps are the way to go here. Wrap by itself won't help, but with a stripe will definitely blast the cream.

dancinggirl said...

Played many times without success. Finally focused on one side only. After I used a vertical stripe to open one blocker on top right, I only did switches in upper frame. Had one horizontal striped candy at the position to get the final swipe at the blocker that prevents fruit from dropping and used a hammer to set it off as I was running out of moves.

Bill. said...

Took four attempts sideways striped candy sometimes difficult to get.

Anonymous said...

Hmm, not liking this level. May take a 100 attempts.

Anonymous said...

Not finding this one to be much fun. Might be time to enlist the coconut wheel. My patience is running thin!

Anonymous said...

Tried coconut wheel. Nothing. I hate these levels that give you no room to play but it looks like this is the favored child in this series. Keep asking myself why I'm still playing when the majority of games are not fun anymore.

vicrock said...

Coconut wheel is the secret - first try with 17 moves left!

Anonymous said...

c/candycrush here.

It isn't an easy level because more than most, it depends on getting a board where you can actually make useful moves in the spots that count.
I'd only give it a 5/10 on the fun/skill ranking.

I found colour balls were not all that effective, even when paired with a stripe. I got through eventually with stripes alone and one stripe/wrap combo but I can see a coconut wheel would probably be the best booster to use for a bit of help if you get sick of it.

Anonymous said...

VERY tedious! Will try the coconut wheel as I have many saved up and it worked with the previous level too. Grace from DU

Anonymous said...

YES! Well placed coconut wheels did the trick straight away. I waited with using one of them until it had moved in a better position. thanks for the tip. Grace from DU

Anonymous said...

I really think , looking at the lack of posts, that the old regulars have now abandoned CC ! Im leaving now too, but I think that is what they want ! Us oldies are wise and frankly too skilled , we got to level 1123 and we do not spend (much) money. It costs King more to have to keep producing new levels for us, so they create these mundane, boring and mostly impossible levels that take NO skill, except the patience to wait for that all elusive "lucky" board.
Goodbye candy crush - its been fun, its been frustrating and at times its been expensive.

Dirk said...

I passed this level on the first try on a PC after a number of attempts on Android. There are more opportunities to make special on the PC version. I managed to make a striped/wrapped combo which cleared all of the blockers at once. I then made enough horizontal striped candies to take out the blocker and release the cherries with about six moves to spare. As always, it takes a lucky board no matter how well you play, but I recommend playing this level on a PC rather than a mobile device.

Anonymous said...

I am also leaving cc! No longer fun!