|Champion title||Sugar Shaman|
|Release date|| - 6 March 2013|
- 2 May 2013
Pepe the piñata falls off the stairs of the temple and breaks itself in half. Now it cannot provide candy for the kids. Tiffi thinks this problem can be solved with magic.
Tiffi chants a shaman's spell, restoring the piñata to its former self.
- Nothing new is introduced.
LevelsEditThis episode contains levels 321-335.
|The easiest : |
|The hardest : |
|The most fun : |
|4 ||5 |
|Sugar Drop levels|
|Level 321||Level 325||Level 332|
|321||10,000||: 60 : 60|
|324||10,000||: 80 : 80 : 80|
|328||20,000||: 20,000 pts|
|330||10,000||: 4 : 4|
|331||40,000||: 2 : 2|
|332||65,000||: 3 : 3|
|333||15,000||: 24 : 45|
- The gap between Savory Shores's release and this episode used to be longer than any other gap between episode releases, with a 33-day gap. However, this was overtaken with the release gap of Meringue Moor and Ice Cream Caves in December 2013, with a gap of 71 days.
- As Jelly Jungle introduced unofficial elements, this is the first episode in the game without any new features being introduced.
- Typical of an episode containing levels in the early 300s, there is an abundance of jelly levels and candy order levels, and fewer ingredients levels. This episode fits in very well with the trend at that point in the game.
- This episode breaks the trend of having jelly fish in marmalade.
- This episode appears to take place in Mexico. The landmark used in this episode is based off on Chichen Itza, a famous tourist destination in the said country.