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Reality Dreamworld
Episode 24
World (Flash) 4
World (HTML5) 5
Levels 336-350
Characters Mary
Champion title Fairy Godmother
New features None
Release date Web version - 25 March 2013
Mobile version - 30 May 2013
Difficulty Easy
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Pearly White Plains is the 24th episode in Candy Crush Saga and the fourth episode of World 5 (HTML5). This episode was released on 25 March 2013. The champion title for this episode is Fairy Godmother.


Before episode:
The episode begins with some candies falling from the sky and landing on Mary the tooth fairy's teeth. That does not hurt the teeth. Then, a giant colour bomb fell and damaged Mary's teeth. As a result, Mary becomes upset and complains to Tiffi that it is all the candy's fault. Tiffi replies that there is no problem with them and she can fix it by brushing them.
After episode:
Tiffi picks a toothbrush, brushes the teeth, and they become clean to Mary's appeal.

New things[]

  • Nothing new is added.


Reality 24 Background.png

This episode contains levels 336-350.

Pearly White Plains is an easy episode, with a mean of 2.07. It contains two hard levels: 336 and 337. However, all other levels are quite easy. Despite this, this episode is still harder than the previous episode, Munchy Monolith.

Jelly new.png Ingredient drop new.png Objective new.png Mixed new.png
7 3 4 1
The easiest :
The hardest :
Level 336
The most fun :
Level 338
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Red.png Orange.png Green.png Blue.png Purple.png
12 3
Sugar Drop icon.png Sugar Drop levels
Ingredient drop new.png Level 344 Jelly new.png Level 346 Mixed new.png Level 350
Lockedhard.png Hexagon levels
Level 336 Level 337 Level 339

 Difficulty code summary (details here)

NoneVery EasyEasySomewhat EasyMediumSomewhat HardHardVery HardExtremely HardNearly ImpossibleVariable

0 8 4 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0



Old name colour in the episode banner

Pearly White Plains background on mobile devices (old)

Pearly White Plains background on mobile devices (new)

  • The theme of this episode is based on dental hygiene.
  • This episode background on old mobile, or HTML5, had teeth that were broken, but in new version background, the teeth are clean.
    • Nowadays, its background resembles Cavity Cave. Coincidentally, they are located close to each other, and had the same character.
  • The numbers of four, five and six-coloured levels read out the corresponding number of colours, until six-coloured levels were removed.
  • About 10 days before the release of the episode, King made an announcement that this episode had been released. Many fans rushed onto the game only to find it was only up to Munchy Monolith. It turned out the King team accidentally made that post too early by mistake. The development team claimed that they made this accident as they were "so excited about the release", although what probably happened was someone accidentally made the post through genuine human error.
  • This is the second episode to have 3 words in it, the first one being Easter Bunny Hills.
    • Coincidentally, both used to have the most four-coloured levels in the game.
  • This episode contains 8 four-coloured levels, which consist of the levels 336, 337, 340, 331, 344, 345, 346 and 349.
  • All candy order levels are odd numbered levels in this episode.
  • There is a pattern in this episode for jelly levels with 2 or 4 levels apart:
  • Like Sour Salon, all jelly levels are even-numbered.
  • This is currently the first episode to have 5 different level types.
  • This is the first episode where the font colour of the episode in the banner was changed (orange to green, only on Facebook).
  • This episode breaks the trend of having coconut wheels in marmalade.
  • This episode was released exactly two years before Whimsical Waves (while Dreamworld still existed).
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