Game publisher King finally released its hit puzzle game Candy Crush Saga for Windows Phone in December, and now Sugar Crush addicts will be happy to learn that the game will be released for Windows 10 as well.
Microsoft made the announcement on the Xbox Wire page:
"Windows Phone users have been enjoying Candy Crush Saga since its launch on the platform in December, and later this year, all Windows 10 owners will be able to experience the hit game that's swept the mobile world like wildfire. As an added bonus, Candy Crush Saga will automatically be installed for customers that upgrade to or download Windows 10 for periods of time following the game launch. It will even include cross-play options for your iOS and Android devices."
Microsoft also stated that other games from King will be released for Windows 10 as well but game titles and details were not announced.
Source: Xbox Wire
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