Episode 385
World (Flash) None
World (HTML5) 77
Levels 5751-5765
Characters Minty
Champion title Freaky Fixer
New features Non-spawning colour Lucky Candy Red in Five-layered Sugar Chest
Non-spawning Lucky Candy Yellow in Five-layered Sugar Chest
Lucky Candy Red (Candy Bomb Green) in Two-layered Crystal
Release date Windows10 - 30 October 2019
WebSmartphone icon - 13 November 2019
Difficulty Extremely Hard
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Shake Street is the 385th episode of Candy Crush Saga and the fifth and last episode of World 77 (HTML5). This episode was released on 30 October 2019. The champion title for this episode is Freaky Fixer.


Tiffi and Minty make milkshakes out of various biscuits, cakes and donuts.

New thingsEdit

  • Lucky candies that yield candy bombs when opened appear in crystals for the first time in level 5752.
  • Lucky candies with a non-spawning colour (yellow) officially appear in sugar chests for the first time in level 5754.


This episode contains levels 5751-5765.

Shake Street is an extremely hard episode, mean = 6.14. It contains three hard levels: 5752, 5757 and 5759, five very hard levels: 5751, 5753, 5758, 5760 and 5761, two extremely hard levels: 5756 and 5764, and one variable level: 5762. Overall, it is harder than the previous episode, Orange Orchard.

Target score new Jelly new Ingredient drop new Objective new Mixed new
1 5 2 2 5
The easiest :
Level 5765
The hardest :
Level 5756
Orange Green Blue Purple
Red Orange Green Blue Purple
6 9
Sugar Drop icon Sugar Drop levels
Mixed new Level 5752 Jelly new Level 5756 Mixed new Level 5761
Lockedhard Hexagon levels

 Difficulty code summary (details here)

NoneVery EasyEasySomewhat EasyMediumSomewhat HardHardVery HardExtremely HardNearly ImpossibleVariable

 Note that goals include target score.

0 0 0 0 3 1 3 5 2 0 1



  • One of the milkshake ingredients appears to be a chocolate biscuit with cream filling, which seems to resemble the real life biscuits known as Oreos.
  • This episode shares its second word with Shiny Streets (albeit using the singular instead of the plural).
  • This episode's name references food and/or drink, since "Shake" refers to milkshakes.
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