|Champion title||Raging Royalty|
|Release date|| - 7 August 2014|
- 20 August 2014
- Nothing new is added.
This episode breaks the trend of having a medium amount of ingredient levels that has been running since Waffle Workshop, with only three levels as such, a low amount of candy order levels, with five of them, and having no cake bombs. This episode also continues the trend of having moves levels.
|The easiest :
|The hardest : |
|Sugar Drop levels|
|Level 636||Level 643||Level 645|
|Level 636||Level 639||Level 650|
Difficulty code summary (details here)
None • Very Easy • Easy • Somewhat Easy • Medium • Somewhat Hard • Hard • Very Hard • Extremely Hard • Nearly Impossible • Variable
|638||20,000||: 50 : 50|
|639||10,000||: 2 : 2 : 2|
|641||50,000||: 55 : 11|
|642||50,000||: 48 : 24|
|643||50,000||: 2 : 28|
|644||10,000||: 2 : 1|
|645||10,000||: 2||The difficulty of this level used to depend on where the ingredient spawned|
|647||10,000||: 48 : 12|
|648||200,000||: 14 : 46|
|650||10,000||: 135 : 90|
- This is the final episode with a general Dreamworld counterpart.
- This is the final episode whose Dreamworld counterpart has its background based on its Reality counterpart, and a scene related to its Reality counterpart's storyline.
- This is the first episode which there is no text on its storyline.
- This is the only episode to have no dialogue in either Reality or its Dreamworld counterpart. The next episode has no dialogue in Reality but its special Dreamworld counterpart (due to the fact that it represents the final scene in Dreamworld) does. The previous 43 episodes all had dialogue in Reality.
- In fact, Dozy Dawn is the next episode to be released featuring dialogue!
- This is the fourth episode that is based on one of the fairy tales, The Frog Prince. The first fairy tale based episode is Gingerbread Glade, which is based on Hansel and Gretel, and the second is Candy Clouds, which is based on Jack and the Beanstalk, and the third is Biscuit Bungalow, which is based on Three Little Pigs.
- When the episode was first released, there was a translation error. There was no text in the story, and the "Next" Button was not translated (Nästa means Next in Swedish). In addition, the episode name was also not translated to other languages.
- Cake bombs make a return in this episode after last appearing in Gummy Gardens (level 584).
- Candy orders which require special candy combinations make a return in this episode after last appearing in Sticky Savannah (level 543).
- This is the first episode since Waffle Workshop to have more than 3 candy order levels.
- This episode breaks the trend of having a medium amount of ingredient levels and a low amount of candy order levels.
- This episode is the first to be released in a span of two weeks; the previous episode was released on July 23.
- This is the 2nd episode in a row to have moves level types, but no timed levels.
- All three ingredient levels in this episode (levels 637, 644 and 645) incorporate stuck zones in their designs.
- This episode's path is very similar to that of Meringue Moor.
- The fact that the episode mascot is a frog is slightly misleading, as only the first two levels have one.
- This episode continues the trend of episode finale not being jelly levels.
- This episode continues the trend where no jelly level ends in 0.
- This episode breaks the trend of having all levels ending with 50 being jelly levels.
- This episode's background, map texture and story is reused for Wobbly Well.
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