Biscuit Bay Map

Biscuit Bay Map Mobile


Episode 104
World (Flash) 25
World (HTML5) 21
Levels 1536-1550
Characters Allen
Champion title Napping Navigator
New features Green candy timed in One-layered Sugar Chest
Release date Web - 17 February 2016
Smartphone icon - 2 March 2016
Difficulty Extremely Hard
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Biscuit Bay is the 104th episode of Candy Crush Saga and the second episode of World Twenty-Five. This episode was released on 17 February 2016. The champion title for this episode is Napping Navigator.


Tiffi sails by an island and sees that Allen has crash-landed his spaceship there.

New things

  • Technically, nothing new is added, however, extra time candies appear in single-layered sugar chests in level 1538.


Reality 104 Background
This episode contains levels 1536-1550.

Almost half of the levels in this episode are rated very hard or extremely hard, although this is just slightly harder than the previous episode, Candy Canyon. Every level's difficulty is above somewhat easy, except for level 1538, which used to be an extremely troublesome level until it was nerfed.

Target score new Jelly new Ingredient drop new Objective new Mixed new
1 4 4 5 -
The easiest :
Level 1538
The hardest :
Level 1540
Orange Green Blue Purple
Red Orange Green Blue Purple
Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Purple
3 10 2
Sugar Drop icon Sugar Drop levels
Jelly new Level 1536 Objective new Level 1543 Objective new Level 1549
Lockedhard Hexagon levels

 Difficulty code summary (details here)

NoneVery EasyEasySomewhat EasyMediumSomewhat HardHardVery HardExtremely HardNearly ImpossibleVariable

0 1 0 0 2 3 1 6 1 0 1



  • This episode shares its first word with Biscuit Bungalow while its second word with Brulee Bay.
  • This is the sixth episode to have all five level types, followed by Gingerbread Glade, Cereal Sea, Soda Swamp, Festive Forest, and Candy Canyon, respectively.
  • This episode ends the 40th Hell's Cluster (1525-1540).
    • This episode also contains the 41st Hell's Cluster (1543-1550).
  • This episode bares a few similarities to Gummy Galaxy, being released almost one year after the said episode, having the same pathway and character, having an odd number of level types (3 and 5, respectively) and featuring something at least partially new.
  • Before the release, the episode story screen is glitched. It seems that Odus has broken into a UFO, but the hole he made is misplaced.
  • Before the redesign of Level 1546 ,this was one of the few episodes with more ingredients than jelly.

This is the second episode to have less than 4 jelly levels, the other being Wafer Wharf.

    • This is the first episode to have fewer jelly levels than both ingredients levels and candy order levels.
    • This is the second episode overall to have the most levels being order levels.
    • By putting level types in this order: Moves, Timed, Jelly, Ingredients, and Candy Order, the amounts of levels are in increasing order, from 1 to 5.
    • Additionally, this is the first episode since Toffee Tower to have two timed levels, after a recent trend bring back the former frequency of timed levels. The last prior episode to have two timed levels is Toffee Tower, 56 episodes earlier, and less than halfway to this point!
  • While some episodes have a triplet of hexagon levels, in this episode it appears in the first three levels.
    • One day later, this became a quadruplet of hexagon levels. In addition, this episode had six hexagon levels before release on mobile.
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