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Episode 26
World (Flash) 5
World (HTML5) 6
Levels 366-380
Characters Neko and Bubblegum Troll
Champion title Sherbet Shogun
New features Cake Bomb new design
Release date Web - 14 May 2013
Smartphone icon - 17 July 2013
Difficulty Somewhat Easy
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Pudding Pagoda is the 26th episode of Candy Crush Saga and the second episode of World Five. This episode was released on 14 May 2013. The champion title for this episode is Sherbet Shogun.

StoryEdit

Before episode:
Neko the cat needs Tiffi's help in stopping the Gumzilla monster (aka Bubblegum Troll) from causing massive destruction to the pagoda tower.
After episode:
The Gumzilla monster turned out to be the bubblegum troll. Tiffi and the bubblegum troll fight with pretzel sticks until he got out to say, "I'll be back! HA HA!" and the cat got happy.

New thingsEdit

  • Cake bombs (Cake Bomb new design) are introduced in level 366. (Brief Description: A blocker with 8 segments. Once all eight are destroyed, it removes all candies and one-hit blockers from the screen, as well as taking off layers.) It is the first blocker to take up more than one square - they take up 4 squares in a 2×2 shape.

LevelsEdit

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This episode contains levels 366-380.

Pudding Pagoda is a somewhat easy episode. It has one somewhat hard level: 378, and two very hard levels: 367 and 370. Overall, it is easier than the previous episode, Fudge Islands.

Target score new Jelly new Ingredient drop new Objective new
1 6 4 4
The easiest :
Level 366
The hardest :
Level 370
The most fun :
Level 376
3
Orange Green Blue
4
Orange Green Blue Purple
5
Red Orange Green Blue Purple
1 1 13
Sugar Drop icon Sugar Drop levels
Ingredient drop new Level 368 Jelly new Level 375 Ingredient drop new Level 376
Lockedhard Hexagon levels
367370376

 Difficulty code summary (details here)

NoneVery EasyEasySomewhat EasyMediumSomewhat HardHardVery HardExtremely HardNearly ImpossibleVariable

 Note that goals include target score.

0 3 4 2 3 1 0 2 0 0 0

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

Hirosaki castle

Hirosaki Castle, Japan

  • This is the 2nd time an episode introduces something that makes a reference to the episode previous to it. The episode introduces cake bombs, cakes appeared in the background of Fudge Islands. The first one was chocolate which was introduced in Minty Meadow, the episode after Chocolate Mountains.
  • The Suzume character originated from Namco's NES game Suzume no Candy, Similar to SEGA's Columns.
  • This episode resembles Japan. The mountain at the back layer of the Godzilla and some pink trees resembles this episode as cherry blossoms. The three-story building resembles the green pagoda in the game. The red rails also match.
    • Even Neko is in Japanese clothes.
  • All levels in this episode contain cake bombs. Level 373 has 6 cake bombs which is the most of any level.
  • When this episode was released, there were numerous changes that were related to the colour bomb.
    • It now gives off points in an arithmetic format, instead of the traditional format. This allows scoring of high points when you use this special candy.
    • The interface when you trigger a colour bomb + wrapped candy has been changed.
  • The banner text is not exactly centered. It is slightly aligned to the left.
  • Some people consider levels 374-378 to be a Hell's Cluster. It was also the only quintuplet of hexagon levels in the game.
  • This episode contains levels 370 and 374, where millions of points can be achieved.
  • This episode's pathway is the same as that of Biscuit Bungalow's.
  • Pudding Pagoda is seen in the background in Spicy Shop, but the Pagoda is red instead of green.
  • This episode was released on May 14, 2013, exactly one year before Gummy Gardens was released (on May 14, 2014).
  • "Gumzilla" is a pun on "Godzilla".
  • Incidentally, Godzilla is also from Japan - many famous movies include him.
  • The text in the story says its own episode name.
  • This also resembles China.

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