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candy crush hack unlimitedLast week, Candy Crush Saga, the mind-numbingly simple yet addictive game that involves matching coloured sweets, was estimated to be worth $7.1bn. While that amount dropped by 16% after the company’s Wall Street debut, it still left the gaming geniuses behind the free app worth billions.**Candy Crush is played by 93 million people every day, and it accrues an estimated $800,000 daily through players purchasing new lives and boosters that help them to conquer new levels. All told, half a billion people have downloaded the free app, and King Digital Entertainment, the company behind the phenomenon, reportedly netted $568m last year alone.**I am on level 140 (not something I’m proud of), even after deleting the app once because I couldn’t stop playing. So what is it about this game that makes it so addictive?**First off, it’s simple. The premise of Candy Crush is basic enough for a preschooler – just match three candies of the same colour. Initially, the game allows us to win and pass levels with ease, giving a strong sense of satisfaction. These accomplishments are experienced as mini rewards in our brains, releasing the neurochemical dopamine and tapping into the same neuro-circuitry involved in addiction, reinforcing our actions. Despite its reputation as a pleasure chemical, dopamine also plays a crucial role in learning, cementing our behaviours and training us to continue performing them.**If the game remained this easy, however, we’d quickly tire of the jellybeans and gum drops, becoming bored after a couple of binge sessions. But Candy Crush keeps us coming back in several ways. As we play, the game gets harder, the wins (and those bursts of dopamine) becoming more intermittent.Taking advantage of the vulnerability**As I mentioned above, Gargl allows you to take the requests you had it record, modify and parameterize them as needed, and then auto-generate modules in a programming language of your choice to make these same requests. I’m not going to go into the details of that process since you can look at one of my Gargl blog posts to find that info, but essentially I generated a Gargl template file for Candy Crush’s various API requests, using the Gargl Chrome extension, and then used a Gargl generator to turn that template file into a Candy Crush JavaScript library. Using Gargl for this allowed me to create a JavaScript library that talks to Candy Crush’s servers, without writing a line of code to do so, and also to have a template file around for the future in case I want to do the same thing later with another programming language.**Once I had this Candy Crush JavaScript library, it was a simple matter of building a Chrome extension in JavaScript that runs on the domain loaded in the Candy Crush Facebook game page’s iframe (candycrush.king.com), adds a button to the HTML for the game, and when that button is clicked asks the user for a score, does the above steps to find episodeId, levelId, seed, _session, and userId, and then issues the gameEnd request to beat the current level.It Makes You Wait**Perhaps the most genius element of Candy Crush is its ability to make you long for it. You get five chances (lives) to line up the requisite number of candy icons. Once you run out of lives, you have to wait in 30-minute increments to continue play. Or, if you’re impatient, you can pay to get back in the game — which is why it’s bringing in so much revenue. “You can’t just play all the time. You run out of lives,” says Andy Jarc, 22, one of the few players to reach level 440 in the game. “So the fact that they kind of constrain you — the whole mantra, ‘You always want what you can’t have.’ I can’t have more lives and I want them.”**“I think it makes the game more fun long term,” says designer Palm. “If you have a game that consumes a lot of mental bandwidth, you will continue playing it without noticing that you’re hungry or need to go to the bathroom. But then you binge and eventually you stop playing. It’s much better from an entertainment point of view to create a more balanced experience where you have natural breaks.”

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