Candy Wizard Indie Shout Out

This week’s Indie Shout Out is for a game developed by Radiobush that adds a certain wizardry to your candy. I know what you’re thinking. You’ve got the perfect name? Well, I thought that too. Though rather than taking my rather more ostentatious name of High Lord Grand Maester of Confectionery, Radiobush went for something a little more on the nose and named it Candy Wizard.

Candy Wizard, not to be confused with the motion sensitive candy dispenser of the same name is a Match 3 game. Although matching more than 3 usually works out better, and causes lines to disappear and things to explode in full mobile technology glory. There’s no story to clog your journey through sweet matching goodness. Simply tap items of candy to make them disappear and hopefully line up 3 or more items.

“A new and unique spin on the traditional match-three gameplay. Join the Candy Wizard through 100 colorfully sugar-filled levels as he wields his magic wand.”

So, if you’re a fan of all the various Candy Crush clones and actually want something a little different to sink your teeth into, why not give Candy Wizard a go. It’s free to everyone, and it’s really worth more than that. It’s now on both the Apple store and Google play for iOS devices and android respectively. Just follow the links below, download and enjoy all the candy matching amusement.

iOS Version
Android Version
http://facebook.com/candywizardgame/
http://twitter.com/candywizardgame

If you want to contact Radiobush please follow the links below.

http://radiobush.com
https://www.instagram.com/radiobush/
http://twitter.com/radiobush

If you’re an Indie Developer and want your game to be featured in our Indie Shout Out Section, like Candy Wizard, just head over to the Contact page and drop us a line. Dropping us a bag of cash also works, but people tend not to want to do that.

Jim Franklin

Jim Franklin

Jim Franklin is a freelance writer, living in Derby UK with his wife. When time allows he likes nothing more than losing himself in a multi-hour gaming session. He likes most games and will play anything but prefers MMO's, and sandbox RPG's.

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