- This article is about the 29th Reality episode in the game. If you are looking for the 66th Reality episode in the game, see Soda Swamp (Episode 66). For the 353rd Reality episode in the game, see Soda Swamp (Episode 353).
|Champion title||Bubbling Boss|
|New features|| (formerly) |
|Release date|| - 27 June 2013|
- 20 September 2013
Tiffi has just arrived in the Soda Swamp and she sees an alligator named Bobby, crying. Tiffi greets him and asks, "What is happening, Gator?", he answers that his swamp has no more fizz.
Tiffi handles the problem by blowing air into the swamp with a straw and making the swamp fizzy again. Gator thanks Tiffi for solving his problem.
- The toffee tornado was introduced. (Brief Description: A removable blocker that moves around, crushing things and blocking your moves.)
- This blocker was removed in - October 28, 2015 and - version 1.63.
- After the removal of toffee tornadoes, UFOs are unofficially introduced, starting at level 419.
- After being removed in level 52, locked chocolate makes an (unofficial) appearance in level 420.
- Lucky candies are also (unofficially) introduced in level 421 (in licorice locks) and level 425 (on the starting board).
- Mystery candy order is unofficially introduced in level 412, due to redesigning.
- Licorice swirl + mystery candy cannon is unofficially introduced in level 419, due to redesigning.
LevelsEditThis episode contains levels 411-425.
This was formerly known as one of the hardest episodes, and often topped the poll for being the hardest episode in the game since its release. However, due to the removal of the Toffee Tornado, it is much easier than the version containing the toffee tornadoes.
Soda Swamp is a somewhat easy episode, with a mean of 3.13, as it contains four somewhat hard levels: 413, 414, 420 and 422. It is still much harder than the previous episode, Polkapalooza, more so because of the very little difficulty in that episode.
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|The hardest : |
|4 ||5 ||6 |
|Sugar Drop levels|
|Level 413||Level 415||Level 421|
|411||150,000||: 80||was introduced|
|413||100,000||: 5 : 5||100th level|
|416||90,000||: 78||The only level in the episode that did not have toffee tornados up until its removal|
|419||18,000||: 2 : 5 : 100|
|425||45,000||: 60 : 60|
- This episode fits in with the typical trend for episodes numbered late twenties. There is an abundance of candy order levels and therefore a decrease in ingredients levels. Much like the norm for the late twenties, there are six candy order levels. The trend for timed levels, one every other episode, comes into play in this episode as timed levels are totally absent, like Licorice Tower. A universal trend for all episodes which is above number ten (Wafer Wharf and up) is 6 and 7 jelly levels and it can be seen here as well, as there are 6 in this episode.
- According to the wiki's difficulty system, this episode was rated to be the hardest episode in Reality, surpassing other hard episodes such as Salty Canyon (11 somewhat hard or higher levels), Pastille Pyramid (4 very hard levels), Rainbow Runway (6 very hard levels, tallying the most very hard levels in the game), and Sugary Shire (a long cluster of medium or above levels). However, since several levels were nerfed, it is no longer as difficult as it once was.
- Since the release of this episode, charms are no longer available in the game.
- This is the 10th consecutive episode that does not have a level that beats level 281 in terms of the number of candies required to be collected.
- This episode contains the 100th ingredients level, which is level 413.
- This is the fourth episode to take place in a watery terrain, the others are Wafer Wharf, Delicious Drifts, and Savory Shores.
- Almost ALL of the levels had toffee tornados before their final removal.
- The gap of official introductions of some elements can be hundreds of levels long its also rare in between this episode and their official addition.
- This is the only episode in the game to have its name reused for more than one episode. It was used for Episode 66, which takes place in Soda Swamp and reuses the same name for a given play, and more recently, for the 353rd episode.
- This is the 4th episode in release order to have its name reused.
- Toffee tornadoes are no longer shown in all levels containing it after the release of Hoax Hollow.
- All the levels in the episode has been redesigned at least once.
- Timed levels were absent in this episode at the time of its release.
- This is the first episode with the word "soda" in its name.
- This is also the first episode which all new features only appear unofficially.