Candy Crush Saga Level 2036 tips and video

Hints and tips showing how to pass level 2036 Candy Crush Saga without boosters by Cookie
You only have 25 moves to clear the jelly, but luckily there are a few things to help you. There are several striped candies around the outside of the board which will set each other off and give you a good start on clearing the blockers and also growing the popcorn at the bottom.
Once the initial stripes are out of the way you should be looking for colour bombs with every move. Use the colour bombs alone if you need to, but they are best switched with a stripe, especially if there are plenty of candies in the outer section the same colour as the stripe.
Switching a colour bomb with a wrap may help a lot too, but again this will depend on what candies you have around the outside and where they are.
A double colour bomb combo can be useful too if you can get it.
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Anonymous said...

I was able to clear this level without powerups with 3 stars on my third try - not a bad level at all. Your hints sure do help!!!

jlrubas said...

Lucky you...never get the help on the dude columns

Bookboss said...

Lucky board 3rd go, somehow got 2 stripe wraps together which cleared most of the board, a vertical stripe finished it.

Ornursecandy said...

On iPad..used sprinkle and fish. Reset til sprinkle at top next to stripe. Passed after about five big explosions.

Anonymous said...

I had no stripe/wraps so started with my color bomb. Used a couple of switches to get the color bomb next to a stripe on the board. Doing that helped me finish.

Victoria said...

First time no boosters nothing. Second time just fish booster, still nothing. Third try used color bomb with fish booster and reset until the color bomb was next to stripe candy and passed.

Anonymous said...

Fish didn't help. Struggling.

Mad Man said...

I think that I'm finally settling into the new normal, which means:

1) Every level requires some analysis re: what constitutes a favorable board, followed by extensive resetting to obtain it. (Side note: anyone who has made it this far on PC only has my awe and admiration)

2) Almost every board requires some boosters, and they have to be used quite judiciously. Knowing when, where, and how to use them effectively is an integral part of the game now.

3) The pace of play is MUCH slower than before level 1700 or so. Every move must be thought out very carefully, and the obvious move may not necessarily be the correct one -- i.e. one must take calculated risks to hopefully allow something good to happen vs. the safe/standard move which is a dead end.

There's probably more, but that's all I can think of for now. I hope this helps to encourage those who are struggling. Embrace the new normal and you just might find yourself enjoying this again!

Anonymous said...

Agree with you Mad Man. I am playing more strategically than I used to. I spend more time between each move looking for matches. I also take advantage of all of King's special bonus offers. The helmet is great to get and combined with accumulated boosters a godsend on the very hard levels. Indy

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Mad Man, five months later, for graciously acknowledging those of us who have gotten this far without doing any "resets" to get special candy boosters next to each other. I have never yet done that, playing as I do primarily on a PC.

Clearly it's not necessary to do it to get to this level.

Candy Thompson said...

Not much real fun anymore