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Sweet Merge is a captivating merging game reminiscent of Suika Game and 2048. Unlike traditional fruit or tile mergers, this game introduces a delightful twist by having players merge candies and desserts to form larger, more indulgent treats, earning points in the process. From hard candies with and without icing to cream-filled desserts and swirl buns adorned with jelly, chocolate, and nuts, a variety of sweet delights awaits.

Challenge yourself by dropping candies or desserts from above the screen’s top-center, strategically maneuvering them past obstacles and utilizing realistic physics. Watch as round sweets bounce, roll, and slide unpredictably, adding an extra layer of challenge. Be cautious, though, as some pieces may land in unexpected places or fail to merge due to the terrain.

Sweet Merge progressively enlarges each new dessert, requiring players to think strategically about their drops. If the accumulating sweets breach the walled-in area and surpass the yellow dashed line, it’s game over. Players must then restart, aiming to surpass their previous scores and reach the coveted ultimate treat goal.

How to play: Drop desserts onto their matching counterparts to create larger sweet treats. Consider gravity and physics as you navigate the bouncing, rolling sweets. To encourage the merging of side-by-side desserts, strategically drop a different treat to the right or left, creating the necessary impact for a successful combination. Enjoy the challenge of creating the most indulgent treats while keeping an eye on the ever-increasing difficulty.

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