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Reality Dreamworld
Episode 38
World (Flash) 7
World (HTML5) 8
Levels 546-560
Characters Magic Mort
Champion title Whacky Warlock
New features Frog5 in Liquorice Lock new
One-layered Toffee Swirl in 2-Layer MultiLock  3-Layer MultiLock  4-Layer MultiLock  5-Layer MultiLock
Two-layered Toffee Swirl in 4-Layer MultiLock
Wrapped2 (trans) in 1-Layer MultiLock  4-Layer MultiLock
Release date Web version - 2 April 2014
Mobile version - 16 April 2014
Difficulty Medium
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Jelly Wagon is the 38th episode in Candy Crush Saga and the third episode of World 8 (HTML5). This episode was released on 2 April 2014. The champion title for this episode is Whacky Warlock.


Before episode:
Magic Mort the magician has made all of his candies disappear. But when he tries to make them reappear, the only thing he ever gets are vegetables and fruits (cropsies from Farm Heroes Saga).
After episode:
Tiffi helps Magic Mort *reappear* his candy sweets, satisfying the magician.

New things[]

  • The locked candy frog is introduced in Level 547.
  • One-layered toffee swirls in sugar chests of two to five layers, two-layered toffee swirls in four-layered sugar chests and wrapped candies in one and four-layered sugar chests are introduced in level 556.


Reality 38 Background

This episode contains levels 546-560.

Jelly Wagon is a medium episode, with a mean of 3.87. It contains three somewhat hard - hard levels: 548, 549, and 552, one very hard level: 550, one extremely hard level: 559, and one nearly impossible level: 555. Overall, it is easier than the previous episode, Sticky Savannah.

Jelly new Ingredient drop new Objective new Mixed new
4 3 4 4
The easiest :
The hardest :
Level 555
Orange Green Blue
Orange Green Blue Purple
Red Orange Green Blue Purple
2 10 3
Sugar Drop icon Sugar Drop levels
Ingredient drop new Level 549 Mixed new Level 552 Jelly new Level 554
Lockedhard Hexagon levels
Level 547 Level 550 Level 555 Level 560

 Difficulty code summary (details here)

NoneVery EasyEasySomewhat EasyMediumSomewhat HardHardVery HardExtremely HardNearly ImpossibleVariable

0 4 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 0



Jelly-Wagon (old)

Old name colour in the episode banner

Screenshot 2015-02-10-11-52-01

Jelly Wagon background on mobile devices

  • This is the third time that an episode had the same word in its title than an another episode. In this case, the other episode is Jelly Jungle. The first time it happened, it was with 3 episodes: Candy Town, Candy Factory, and Candy Clouds. And the second time it happened, it was with 2 episodes: Chocolate Mountains and Chocolate Barn. This next happened with episodes Wafer Wharf and Wafer Windmill.
    • It occurs more frequently in later episodes.
  • The last name of this episode "Wagon" is the first episode since Wafer Wharf to have its last name begin with a "W".
  • This is the second circus-themed episode. The first was Cupcake Circus.
  • It is one of the episodes that take place at night.
  • Jelly Wagon is the first episode since Licorice Tower that doesn't have alliteration.
  • Upon its release, the music and sounds are less trebled and it's similar with the mobile version.
  • Once more, timed levels are totally absent in this episode, until they were removed.
  • In the episode's wagon, you can see a part of Minty Meadow.
  • If you look at the top right corner, a coconut wheel is visible on the candy-shaped white spot.
  • This is the second episode which references another game of King, with Farm Heroes Saga (the first being Meringue Moor which references Papa Pear Saga).
  • The background on mobile, or HTML5, did not show the cropsies and the candy sweets.
    • When the map was renovated, it already included them in the main screen. However, the episode's background now resembles that of Frosting Fortress, which made an appearance much later in the game.
  • The release date comes one day after "April Fool's Day" (April 1).
  • Part of the background appears in the "Behind the scenes with Candy Crush Saga and Marie Claire's very own Nina Garcia" video.
  • This is one of only two episodes in the entire game with the word "jelly" in the episode name, the other one being Jelly Jungle.
  • This episode's background, map texture and story is reused for Candy Caravan.
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