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Character EP51.png
Gender Male
First appearance Marmalade-Meadow.png
Problem Marmalade Meadow: His harvesting equipment is clogged.
Solution Marmalade Meadow: Tiffi fixes the equipment by pumping it very tightly.
Full list of appearances Reality:

Maple Mounds
Honey Haven

Dreamworld (web):

Boomer is a minor character in Candy Crush Saga. He is a bumble bee that first appears in the 51st episode, Marmalade Meadow. Before introducing level 741, his harvesting equipment is clogged. After completing level 755, Tiffi fixes the equipment by pumping it very tightly. Then, they realize that it was a blue candy that clogged it.

In the 161st episode, Cobweb Canopy, he was flying high when suddenly, he got trapped in a sticky cobweb. Tiffi uses her super scissors to cut one portion of the cobweb and set Boomer free.

In the 167th episode, Blooming Backyard, she wakes him up while she's holding an alarm clock.

In the 193rd episode, Syrup Square, he is devastated because the roofs in the village are running out of syrup. Tiffi builds a magnificent syrup fountain which spouts enough syrup for the whole valley.

In the 228th episode, Yummy Yard, he is having difficulty flying up to the hive to collect honey. Tiffi puts three balloons on top of him to make it easier to fly.

In the 263rd episode, Honey Hives, Tiffi scrubs all of the hives clean with a toothbrush so he can have a nice home.

In the 300th episode, Lucky Lawn, he and Tiffi gather lots of honey from the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

In the 41st Dreamworld episode, Twilight Tulips, he pops out from a tulip.

He also appears in the Spring to life event.


  • His appearance in Dreamworld is ten episodes earlier than his appearance in Reality because Twilight Tulips is episode 41 but Marmalade Meadow is episode 51. He is also the only character to debut in a Reality episode which has no Dreamworld counterpart and appears earlier in Dreamworld, thus still making an appearance in Dreamworld. This is only applicable on Flash version.
  • On mobile, he used not to appear in the background, but now it was fixed.
  • He is referred as masculine. However, only worker bees extract nectar; furthermore, all worker bees are biologically female, yet having no gender.