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Episode 63
World (Flash) 11
World (HTML5) 13
Levels 921-935
Characters Jem
Champion title Tickle Troll
New features Jelly Fish Blue.png on Conveyor (trans).png
Lucky Candy Red.png (Blue.png)
Lucky Candy Red.png (Green.png)
Lucky Candy Red.png (Blue.png) in Liquorice Lock new.png
Lucky Candy Red.png (Green.png) in Liquorice Lock new.png
Lucky Candy Red.png (Striped red v.png) in Liquorice Lock new.png
Cherry.png in 1-Layer MultiLock.png
Cherry.png in 2-Layer MultiLock.png
Striped red v.png in 4-Layer MultiLock.png
Lucky Candy Red.png with a fixed colour Fixed Lucky Candy Orange.png in Liquorice Lock new.png
Fixed Candykey1.png
Release date Web version - 29 April 2015
Mobile version - 13 May 2015
Difficulty Somewhat Easy
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Delectable Depths is the 63rd episode in Candy Crush Saga and the third episode of World 13 (HTML5). This episode was released on 29 April 2015. The champion title for this episode is Tickle Troll.

This was the last episode that needs to be unlocked by receiving three friends on the old HTML5 version.


Before episode:
A jellyfish named Jem has her tentacles tangled.
After episode:
Tiffi uses a free switch to untangle her tentacles.

New things[]

  • Level 935 is the first level where lucky candies have a fixed colour layout (specifically, orange). Furthermore, it is the first time lucky candies can reveal regular coloured candies (namely green and blue) when opened, and the first time when lucky candies that can reveal these candies when opened (as well as striped candies) appear in liquorice locks.
  • Ingredients appear in two-layered sugar chests for the first time in level 930 and one-layered sugar chests for the first time in level 934.
  • Striped candies appear in four-layered chests for the first time in level 926.
  • Jelly fish appear on conveyor belts for the first time in level 921.
  • Sugar keys have fixed colours for the first time in level 930.


Reality 63 Background.png

This episode contains levels 921-935.

Delectable Depths is a somewhat easy episode, with a mean of 3.27. It contains two hard levels: 925 and 935, and two extremely hard levels: 929 and 930. However, the rest of the levels are relatively easy. Overall, this episode is still harder than the previous episode, Polka Park.

Target score new.png Jelly new.png Ingredient drop new.png Objective new.png Mixed new.png
0 6 6 3 -
The easiest :
Level 932
The hardest :
Level 929
The most fun :
Level 932
Orange.png Green.png Blue.png Purple.png
Red.png Orange.png Green.png Blue.png Purple.png
4 11
Sugar Drop icon.png Sugar Drop levels
Jelly new.png Level 921 Ingredient drop new.png Level 928 Ingredient drop new.png Level 932
Lockedhard.png Hexagon levels
Level 925 Level 929 Level 933

 Difficulty code summary (details here)

NoneVery EasyEasySomewhat EasyMediumSomewhat HardHardVery HardExtremely HardNearly ImpossibleVariable

0 5 3 2 1 0 2 0 2 0 0



  • This is the last episode to be released before Dreamworld released its final episode. Many trends regarding worlds have been broken, namely the removal of Tickets and the halving of world lengths from six to three episodes.
    • On web version, this is the last episode where the player needs 3 tickets to get to the next episode. All subsequent episodes only have a circular symbol with the mode of transport you take to get to the next episode, instead of a ticket pad.
    • On mobile however, this is the third episode which does not require tickets or mystery quests. The first one is Candy Town and the second is Candy Factory.
    • This episode ended World 11, but yet its episode number is not a multiple of 6. This is the second world finale to have a multiple of 3 but not 6; the first was Dozy Dawn, which prematurely ended World 8 (Dreamworld) cutting the world to three episodes.
  • This is the seventh episode to take place in a watery terrain; the first is Wafer Wharf, the second is Delicious Drifts, the third is Savory Shores, the fourth is Soda Swamp, the fifth is Cereal Sea, and the sixth is Fizzy Falls.
  • This is the fourth episode that one of the boosters appears in the episode story. The first one is Delicious Drifts with jelly fish, the second one is Crunchy Courtyard with the coconut wheel, and the third one is Fudge Fjord with lollipop hammer.
  • Its pathway is very similar to that of Boneyard Bonanza, but only on Facebook. Unlike Boneyard Bonanza, the pathway for mobile is also the same.
  • This episode contains a Hell's Cluster from level 922 to 926.
  • This is the third episode released in April 2015. Three episodes being released in the same month was rarely seen prior to 2018. Other than the very first episodes that were released, this has only happened two times in the entire game: Episodes 11, 12, and 13 were all released in August 2012 and episodes 48, 49, and 50 were all released in October 2014. According to the 2-week span release, the 1st or 2nd day of the month should be Wednesday for it to happen, also the 3rd day in 31-days months.
  • This episode continues the trend of having no moves levels.
  • This is the 20th episode in a row in which there is no text in the story.
  • This episode continues the trend of having no candy frogs.
  • This was the last episode to have an UFO, until the 70th episode, Luscious Lagoon (level 1039).
  • With the release of this episode, the colour bomb + colour bomb combination on the web version can clear liquorice swirls.
  • This episode's background, map texture and story is reused for Sour Shoals.
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