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There are more than 270 episodes in Candy Crush Saga

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All levels are grouped into episodes (also known as chapters). Most episode names have two words and the same initial letter sounds. There are currently 1140 episodes (five episodes per world) in Reality. There were also 45 episodes in Dreamworld (eight worlds: 6 episodes in each except World Eight), but the latter was entirely removed from the game.

The first two episodes contain 10 levels, all the rest contain 15. Before, after you finished the last level of the previous episode, you needed to ask for three of your Facebook / King friends to give you a ticket to cross, wait for 72 hours, or buy 9 gold bars (3 for each ticket). Since Flash is now obsolete, and due to updates in HTML5, you can pass freely to the next episode.

Each episode has its own mascot and theme. The mascot can be a person, an animal, or other things such as a robot, vampire, or fairy. The logo is the episode's name in bolded words (Candice) with a background striped banner (that have one end crooked to a different direction than the other end) to match the episode's area. Until April Fools 2020, each of them had a problem, and Tiffi would solve it for them; some episodes had special themes dedicated to a certain season or a holiday, such as Christmas or Halloween.

History and Details[]

The episodes released during the development of Candy Crush Saga clearly delineated the different eras of the game. After Episode 70, all episode cutscenes on Flash were static. All but one episode after Episode 420 feature reused scenes from episodes released earlier. Furthermore, after April Fools 2020, all but four episodes nowadays go under a systematic episode name and texture

On 27 November 2013, Dreamworld was released, with new episodes. Each episode imitated an episode in Reality, but either in an easier or more difficult manner. To get to Dreamworld, you had to click on an owl named Odus on the map screen, and click him again to return to Reality. Unfortunately, this feature was removed on 11 December 2016 on HTML5, and on 17 May 2017 on Flash.

After Peppermint Portal (Episode 189), there are no more episodes on Flash version. It is unknown when the last episode for HTML5 version will be.

Here is a list of all the current episodes in Candy Crush Saga, divided into worlds:




Candy Crush Saga Reality episodes