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This article is about the 64th Reality episode in the game. If you are looking for the fifth Reality episode in the game, see Minty Meadow (Episode 5).
Minty Meadow
Episode 64
World (Flash) 12
World (HTML5) 13
Levels 936-950
Characters Tiffi
Champion title Top Tracker
New features None
Release date Web version - 13 May 2015
Mobile version - 27 May 2015
Difficulty Hard
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Minty Meadow is the 64th episode in Candy Crush Saga and the fourth episode of World 13 (HTML5). This episode was released on 13 May 2015. The champion title for this episode is Top Tracker.

This is the first episode to be released after Dozy Dawn, also ending the previous world prematurely. A major trend in the design of episode stories and backgrounds starts here. This is also the last episode which needs to unlocked by getting three tickets from friends on the Flash edition.


This is the first episode that is part of a three-episode story arc.

Before episode:
Tiffi wants to find Misty, and she walks out of the screen.
After episode:
Story continues to Cookie Crossing.

New things[]

  • Nothing new is introduced.


Reality 64 Background

This episode contains levels 936-950.

With a mean of 4.53, Minty Meadow is a hard episode, though it is easier than the previous episode, Delectable Depths. Minty Meadow contains three hard levels: 939, 943 and 950, two very hard levels: 936 and 940, and one extremely hard level: 948.

Jelly new Ingredient drop new Objective new Mixed new
12 3 0 -
The easiest :
Level 942 and Level 946
The hardest :
Level 948
Orange Green Blue Purple
Red Orange Green Blue Purple
3 12
Sugar Drop icon Sugar Drop levels
Jelly new Level 937 Jelly new Level 938 Jelly new Level 945
Lockedhard Hexagon levels
Level 936 Level 939 Level 940 Level 941 Level 942 Level 943 Level 944 Level 945 Level 946 Level 948 Level 949

 Difficulty code summary (details here)

NoneVery EasyEasySomewhat EasyMediumSomewhat HardHardVery HardExtremely HardNearly ImpossibleVariable

0 2 1 2 2 2 3 2 1 0 0



  • This is the first episode in Reality to have an identical episode name with a previous episode, Minty Meadow (in World 1). This is because it represents the starting scene in this three-episode story arc, and it indeed takes place in Minty Meadow.
    • It was never once named Lollipop Forest, unlike the original.
    • Little did we know, repeating episode names would become the norm four years later with the April Fool's Day (2020) event.
  • This episode looks like that of Episode 5's background, but it is a scene play. Instead, this episode should be Minty Meadow II or Minty Meadow Scene.
  • This is the first Reality episode that does not have after story.
  • Footprints in the map of web version lead to level 942 and apparently belong to Misty, because of a horseshoe-shaped footprint.
    • There are no footprints on mobile version.
  • This is the first episode after the release of the final Dreamworld episode, Dozy Dawn.
    • On the web version, this episode was released one week after Dozy Dawn. However, on the mobile version, this episode was released one week before Dozy Dawn.
    • If you look at the background closely, there is Odus hiding behind a tree at the right side.
  • This episode was released almost one year after the release of Gummy Gardens, and its episode finale are ending with the numbers 5, 9, and 0.
  • This episode breaks the trend that every episode has at least one candy order level first introduced in Wafer Wharf, this episode has no candy order level at all:
    • But before the removal of magic mixers, this episode had two candy orders levels.
  • This episode was originally supposed to introduce the magic mixer, but for unknown reasons, it was removed two weeks before the release. The magic mixer was introduced in level 1326, the first level of Brulee Bay.
    • Most unreleased versions of its levels were moved to that episode, but they were revised before.
  • This episode has the most jelly levels in the entire game, with 12 jelly levels.
  • This episode used to have the most amount of hexagon levels, with eleven. Five of these are rated "super hard" and five more are rated "nightmarishly hard." This is now beaten by Bubblegum Hill (Episode 965), which has an incredible 14 hexagonal levels.
    • Despite this, it is not the hardest episode in the game, as it only has a difficulty mean of 4.53. In fact, there are no nearly impossible levels and only one level is rated "extremely hard."
  • This is the second episode with only two level types. The first is Candy Town. The next one is Milestone Meadow.
    • The latter episode shares this episode's second word.
  • This is the 21st episode in a row in which there is no text in the story.
  • This is the third episode in a row with no candy frogs.
  • This is the first episode to not have any UFOs since their introduction.
  • This is the "first (web) / second (mobile)" episode in Reality that does not need tickets to go on to the next episode.
  • This episode's pathway is identical to the Episode 5's pathway on web version after where the web version's map has been divided into worlds. Unlike Episode 5, this pathway is copied to the mobile version, and it is much longer.
  • After the nerf of level 947, every level in this episode has five colours.
  • This episode's background, map texture and story is reused for Lollipop Land (Episode 446).
    • That Lollipop Land is yet another episode to reuse an episode name for a previous Lollipop Land. It also starts with Level 6666, much like how this episode is released after Dozy Dawn referencing Level 666.
  • This is the first episode that contains no candy order levels. The next one is Lollipop Meadow (Episode 493).
Candy Crush Saga Reality episodes