Level 445, the one who complete episode 30, brings on board 2 sheep, 150 strawberries, 150 suns and 100 onions to be collected by you in 22 moves. There is a lot of ice on this level that needs to be broken to get your sheep moving and onto the hay.
Make your rows involving iced crops if you can, or use a shovel to get you going. You should find once you start breaking the ice that the crops fall and you get added points on them, which is better as you need a lot.
You need to try and make +5 rows, and move your sheep as quickly as possible into the right position to get it to move onto the hay, because sometimes you end up moving them about. The sooner you position them, the more moves you have to play with.
The hay is harder to get this time as there are only two squares, but if you plan your moves carefully, you will do it.
You advanced so new challenge is level 444 which is giving you 17 moves to pick 4 sheep, 80 carrots and 45 water drops.
This is only a small board, so not a lot of room to move, but it should be fairly easy to get the sheep into the middle.
The bigger problem you might have this time is the water drops. Carrots should start falling as you move other crops, and moving your sheep, and of course, if they are on the grass, you will get extra points. You just need to remember to make your rows against the buckets to get your water leaping out. If you could get 4 in a row and hit two buckets that would be even better.
But nothing is ever that easy, watch out that bunny’s about. Instead of getting ready for delivering easter eggs, he is sat eating your carrots. As usual, make rows next to him to stun him, or whack him with a shovel if you are feeling bloody thirsty. As long as he is stunned you should be able to get all required elements.
As long as you get one star, you can always come back and get a better score later on.
17 Moves, 4 sheep, 10 flowers and 75 onions is the task of level 443 for advancing in game. Start by getting those flowers. Make rows against them whenever you can, so you open more than one at a time. Get them out the way as quickly as you can.
Make as many +5 rows as you can. Removing all even none needed crops means you get more rows made for you and more chances for onions falling.
Start moving your sheep, but plan where you want them to go or you will run out of moves quickly.
Sometimes if you make moves from the bottom, you get more crops falling down and making more rows for you.
As soon as you can, move your last move on the row touching your sheep, onto the hay and send them home.