With more than 51 million “Likes” on Facebook, 100 million installs from Google Play alone, and an estimated revenue of over $850,000 a day (US market and iOS estimate only), Candy Crush is by far one of the most popular games you can play. But does it ever end?
The more appropriate question is, “WILL it ever end?” Just a few short months after the game was first introduced in September of 2012, the developers at King.Com Limited began updating the game with more levels, creating opportunities for addicts to utilize in-game purchases to continue game play. In January 2013, there were 185 levels. In March, there were 275. In May, there were 350, and currently, there are more than 400.
In fact, a Wiki page about Candy Crush has video game play, as well as information about level 500, the last level in Meringue Moor, the 34th episode in the saga. Based on the success of the game and its history, the developers will more than likely create more and more levels for players to enjoy.
So, will Candy Crush ever end? My guess is, only if it stops making ridiculous amounts of money to justify the development of more levels…not likely anytime soon.