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With three young children and a full-time job, Emma Martini has little time for computer games. But every night she sits quietly at the end of her son's bed to reassure him while he falls asleep -- and plays Candy Crush. Unlike conventional console games that can take hours, Candy Crush Saga is one of the most popular of the new "casual games" that can be played in short bursts and on the move. It has seeped into every day life -- and attracted new audiences, with women making up two-thirds of Candy Crush players, according to its British developer King.