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This article is about the 34th Reality episode in the game. If you are looking for the 383rd Reality episode in the game, see Meringue Moor (Episode 383).

Reality Dreamworld
Meringue Moor
Episode 34
World (Flash) 6
World (HTML5) 7
Levels 486-500
Characters Mr. Pear
Champion title Papa Grande
New features Candykey6
1-Layer MultiLock  2-Layer MultiLock
Release date Web version - 9 October 2013
Mobile version - 22 January 2014
Difficulty Somewhat Hard
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Meringue Moor is the 34th episode in Candy Crush Saga and the fourth episode of World 7 (HTML5). This episode was released on 9 October 2013. This episode contains the milestone level 500. The champion title for this episode is Papa Grande.


Before episode:
Mr. Pear wants to be a candy because he is feeling left out. There is a chocolate-filled pink bucket below him.
After episode:
Tiffi cuts the rope holding the pear and dips the pear in the chocolate bucket. When the pear comes out, he has turned to a candy.

New things[]

  • The sugar key and two layers of sugar chests are officially introduced due to redesigning. (Brief description: Chests holding certain items that can only be destroyed by Sugar Keys.)


Reality 34 Background

This episode contains levels 486-500.

This episode contains the milestone episode finale, level 500, which was previously an infamous extremely hard ingredients level until it was nerfed. Soon after, it became a jelly level. (current version).

Meringue Moor is a somewhat hard episode, with a mean of 4.4. It has an abundance of easy levels, but there are also two hard levels: 489 and 492, one very hard level: 500, and three nearly impossible levels: 490, 494, and 495. Overall, this episode is much easier than the previous episode, Waffle Workshop.

Jelly new Ingredient drop new Objective new Mixed new
4 2 4 5
The easiest :
Level 486
The hardest :
Level 490
Orange Green Blue Purple
Red Orange Green Blue Purple
10 5
Sugar Drop icon Sugar Drop levels
Mixed new Level 494 Mixed new Level 495 Jelly new Level 500
Lockedhard Hexagon levels
Level 490 Level 494 Level 495 Level 497 Level 499 Level 500

 Difficulty code summary (details here)

NoneVery EasyEasySomewhat EasyMediumSomewhat HardHardVery HardExtremely HardNearly ImpossibleVariable

0 4 2 1 1 1 2 1 0 3 0



Meringue-Moor (old)

Old name colour in the episode banner

  • This episode was released exactly one month and 6 days before the real release of Papa Pear Saga (the game referenced in this episode).
    • Likewise, April Fools 2020 has affected the appearance of the level well after the time the final 1080th level of Papa Pear Saga, was released.
    • Papa Pear Saga was shut down on 14 January 2022.
  • This is the fifth consecutive episode where nothing new is introduced upon release.
  • This episode features level 500, which is the fifth milestone in the game and the second to be an episode finale. The other episodes to reach a hundred milestone thus far would be Salty Canyon, Caramel Cove, Jelly Jungle and Polkapalooza.
    • A new parallel universe, Dreamworld, was created dedicated to level 500 and implicitly this episode as well. This is similar to how Sweet Surprise was created specifically to celebrate level 200.
  • It is also the last episode to be released before Dreamworld existed. As a result of its introduction, the gap of release dates between this episode and the next one, Ice Cream Caves (Episode 35), is 71 days. This is even longer than Savory Shores and Munchy Monolith's release gap and is the longest in the game's history.
    • The gap between the release of this episode and the first five Dreamworld episodes (Sleepy Slopes to Lollipop Lanterns) is 49 days. This is the second-longest gap between the release of episodes.
  • Mr. Pear in the story is said to be Papa Pear from another of King's game Papa Pear Saga. This is because in that game, pears are collected into buckets. In the story, there is a bucket below the pear, having an expression similar to the one from the Papa Pear game. Besides that, the trophy name, Papa Grande, is the name of a power up from Papa Pear Saga.
  • Many fans considered this the most disappointing episode, as there were no timed levels for the second episode running (before their removal), and everyone expected a new element, having not had a new element since Soda Swamp, and there turned out to be nothing new. People were also disappointed that there was not anything special about level 500 - it is just a normal, albeit deceivingly difficult, level.
  • This was at one point the hardest episode in the game.
  • This episode's name, background, map texture and story is reused for Episode 383.
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