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Episode 50
World (Flash) 9
World (HTML5) 10
Levels 726-740
Characters Jimmy and Bubblegum Troll
Champion title Bubblegum Billy
New features Striped red v.png in 5-Layer MultiLock.png
Colour Bomb new.png in Liquorice Lock new.png
Candy bomb cannon new.png + Sugar key cannon new.png
New Chocolate.png (unofficial)
Immovable blockers on Conveyor (trans).png (unofficial)
One-layered Icing new.png on Conveyor (trans).png (unofficial)
Two-layered Icing new.png on Conveyor (trans).png (unofficial)
Release date Web version - 30 October 2014
Mobile version - 25 November 2014
Difficulty Easy
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Marshmallow Mountains is the 50th episode in Candy Crush Saga and the fifth and final episode of World 10 (HTML5). This episode was released on 30 October 2014. The champion title for this episode is Bubblegum Billy.


Before episode:
A goat named Jimmy is stuck with bubblegum and the Bubblegum Troll is to blame.
After episode:
Tiffi puts on a horned hat and rams Jimmy with it, freeing him from the bubblegum.

New things[]

  • Striped candies in sugar chests in introduced in level 726.
  • Colour bombs in liquorice locks are officially introduced in level 733.
  • Candy bomb + sugar key cannon is introduced in level 727.
  • Chocolate-covered candy frog is unofficially introduced in level 738, due to redesigning.
  • Immovable blockers on conveyor belts are unofficially introduced in level 734, due to redesigning (specifically sachets and two-layered frostings).


Reality 50 Background.png

This episode contains levels 726-740.

Marshmallow Mountains is an easy episode, with a mean of 2.67. However, it has one somewhat hard level: 740. Levels 734 and 735 were once painful to even try, but both have since been nerfed. Overall, this episode is easier than the previous episode, Boneyard Bonanza.

Jelly new.png Ingredient drop new.png Objective new.png Mixed new.png
7 6 2 -
The easiest :
The hardest :
Level 740
Orange.png Green.png Blue.png Purple.png
Red.png Orange.png Green.png Blue.png Purple.png
5 10
Sugar Drop icon.png Sugar Drop levels
Ingredient drop new.png Level 726 Objective new.png Level 731 Jelly new.png Level 733
Lockedhard.png Hexagon levels
Level 726 Level 727 Level 739

 Difficulty code summary (details here)

NoneVery EasyEasySomewhat EasyMediumSomewhat HardHardVery HardExtremely HardNearly ImpossibleVariable

0 4 4 1 5 1 0 0 0 0 0



  • This is the seventh consecutive episode in which there is no dialogue in the story.
  • Like Candy Factory, Chocolate Barn, Candy Clouds, Jelly Wagon, Wafer Windmill, Crunchy Courtyard, and Toffee Tower, this episode reuses a word already met in the name of a previous episode, Chocolate Mountains.
  • This episode's name, along with Butterscotch Boulders is the longest to date, totalling 20 letters.
  • This episode continues the trend of having moves levels.
  • This is the first episode without candy frogs since their introduction in Cereal Sea.
  • This is the first episode not to be released on a Wednesday since Cereal Sea.
  • The bridge is very reminiscent of Bubblegum Bridge, the mountain is very reminiscent of the Pudding Pagoda mountain, and the bush is reminiscent of the Sugary Shire bush.
  • There is currently a banner glitch that causes the name of the episode to be read "Marshmallow Mountai" instead of Marshmallow Mountains.
    • However, the mountain seems to be different, as there is no cherry at the top.
  • The release date of this episode was the day before "Halloween" (October 31).
  • This episode seems to take place near the next episode, since the bushes on the right hand side have blue candies, yellow candy, purple candy and a colour bomb, much like those in Marmalade Meadow.
  • This episodes shares the same first name with Marshmallow Mire.
  • This is currently one of only two episodes in the entire game with the word "marshmallow" in its name, with the aforementioned episode being the other one.
  • This episode's background, map texture and story is reused for Pearly Peaks.
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