By: Layton Hawkes
Puzzlepops! is a relaxed iOS and Android puzzler by Layton Hawkes. Some puzzles are easy, but there are a number of head-scratchers. You can skip around within each section to other levels if you get stuck. But if you decide you still need help, I’m making a complete walkthrough guide with answers and solutions to show you how to get through each puzzle. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section.
– Don’t be ashamed to use the “undo” button if you need to. But keep in mind, it only stores your last five moves. Past that, you’ll need to restart the level.
-Jawbreakers crush everything they slide into except for the sliding round red arrow candy and frozen candies. So be careful where you push them!
– Hearts work like magnets, drawing in other hearts within their line of sight. To prevent this from happening, keep another candy between them.
– Freezing spots turn a candy to ice. It then takes two shakes or two bumps to break the ice. Freezing an arrow candy (chocolate?) also keeps it from sliding when you shake.
Levels 1 – 30, Trainee, Apprentice, Graduate:
Levels 31 – 45, Chocolatier:
Levels 46 – 55, Candy Maker:
Levels 56 – 70, Taffy Tamer:
Levels 71 – 80, Connoisseur:
The rest is coming! I’ve completed all the levels. Just bear with me as I make videos.
Levels 81 – 95, Artisan:
Levels 96 – 100, Sweet Savant:
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