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Episode 49
World (Flash) 9
World (HTML5) 10
Levels 711-725
Characters Georgina
Champion title Candy Conjurer
New features Rainbow Twist 1  Rainbow Twist 2  Rainbow Twist 3  Rainbow Twist 4  Rainbow Twist 5
Rainbow Twist 5 order
Rainbow Twist 3 in 1-Layer MultiLock

Rainbow Twist 5 in 1-Layer MultiLock
Candykey6 Sugar key cannon new (formerly)
1-Layer MultiLock  2-Layer MultiLock  3-Layer MultiLock  4-Layer MultiLock  5-Layer MultiLock (formerly)
Indestructible 1-Layer MultiLock (Liquorice Swirl new)

Release date Web version - 15 October 2014
Mobile version - 11 November 2014
Difficulty Very Hard - Extremely Hard
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Boneyard Bonanza is the 49th episode in Candy Crush Saga and the fourth episode of World 10 (HTML5). This episode was released on 15 October 2014. The champion title for this episode is Candy Conjurer.


Before episode:
Georgina the tree mourns over his incomplete form.
After episode:
Tiffi gets her magic wand, and his tree bushes on his head appear, completing the tree's parts.

New things[]

  • Level 711 is the first level with one-layered and two-layered rainbow twists. It is also the official introduction to rainbow twists after a mass redesign. (Brief description: Break rainbow twists by using adjacent matches and special candies. Once a rainbow twist in a chain is broken, the whole chain breaks.)
  • Level 712 is the first level with rainbow twists order and three-layered rainbow twists.
  • Level 717 introduces four-layered and five-layered rainbow twists.
  • Level 722 is the first level where three-layered and five-layered rainbow twists appear in one-layered sugar chests.
  • Level 724 is the first time indestructible sugar chests contain liquorice swirls.


Reality 49 Background

This episode contains levels 711-725.

Boneyard Bonanza is a very hard episode, with a mean of 5.6. It contains three very hard levels: 718, 723, and 724, three extremely hard levels: 714, 717, and 719, and three nearly impossible levels: 715, 722, and 725. Despite this, there are three very easy levels in a row from 711 to 713, with the latter once being a very difficult level before it was nerfed. Overall, it is much easier than the previous episode, Toffee Tower.

Jelly new Ingredient drop new Objective new Mixed new
3 4 4 4
The easiest :
Level 711
The hardest :
Level 722
Orange Green Blue Purple
Red Orange Green Blue Purple
7 8
Sugar Drop icon Sugar Drop levels
Objective new Level 712 Mixed new Level 722 Objective new Level 725
Lockedhard Hexagon levels
Level 715 Level 717 Level 719 Level 725

 Difficulty code summary (details here)

NoneVery EasyEasySomewhat EasyMediumSomewhat HardHardVery HardExtremely HardNearly ImpossibleVariable

0 4 0 1 0 1 0 3 3 3 0



  • This is the sixth episode (in a row), in which, there is no text in the story.
  • This episode is the second "Halloween" based episode in the game. The first one was Crunchy Castle, the building, which can be seen in the background. The next two are Hoax Hollow and Tricky Tracks.
    • The background also resembles the Crunchy Castle as well.
  • This is the eighth Reality episode to take place at night, the others are Salty Canyon, Gingerbread Glade, Crunchy Castle, Holiday Hut, Polkapalooza (Episode 28), Jelly Wagon, and Fizzy Falls.
  • This is one of the few episodes, where the pathway on mobile is completely different from the web version, not due to that the pathway on Facebook is changed as Reality is divided into worlds.
    • Prior to being divided into worlds, Facebook and Mobile paths are similar. However, Facebook paths received a change as the episodes are now divided into worlds. Since Mobile never has episodes explicitly divided into worlds, they retain their original pathway.
    • In addition, the pathway of mobile is never based on a previous episode nor it is copied into a future episode.
    • The next episode sharing the same pathway, Delectable Depths is however based on the web version's pathway.
    • This is also one of the episodes where Tiffi does not appear on the background of mobile version while other characters do.
  • The episode's pathway in the web version (Delectable Depths in mobile) is reused in some late episodes after World Eleven.
  • This is the first episode to introduce more than one new feature at the same time since Pastille Pyramid, namely Sugar Chests and Sugar Keys.
  • This is the first Reality episode not to have any sort of "candy" theme to its title. Polkapalooza is a pun for Polka Lollapalooza, which in turn Lollapalooza would be a pun for Lollipop.
  • This is the first episode to feature Sugar Keys and Sugar Chests. They are the first elements introduced since the candy frog in Cereal Sea.
  • This is Georgina's only appearance on Flash version. Her next appearance is in Tricky Tower, another Halloween episode, which is exclusive to HTML5 version.
  • This episode's background, map texture and story is reused for Popsicle Plot.
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