|Champion title||Treasure Popper|
|New features|| in |
Fixed colours in
|Release date|| - 17 June 2015|
- 1 July 2015
Tasty Treasury is the 69th episode of Candy Crush Saga and the third and final episode of World Thirteen. This episode was released on 17 June 2015. The champion title for this episode is Treasure Popper.
This is the final scene of another three-episode story arc, where each episode represents a dramatic scene.
Note: This is the last Reality episode to have a story animation. All subsequent episodes have completely static cutscenes.
- Candy Frog appears in sugar chests for the first time in level 1017 (specifically, five-layered chests).
- Candy bombs appear in four-layered chests for the first time in level 1018.
- Purple candies are fixed to appear at the start for the first time in level 1022. It's also the first level where fixed candy colours appear in marmalade.
LevelsEditThis episode contains levels 1011-1025.
Tasty Treasury is a medium episode, with a mean of 3.87. It contains two somewhat hard - hard levels: 1024 and 1025, and three very hard levels: 1014, 1018 and 1021. Overall, this episode is of similar difficulty to the previous episode, Caramel Keep.
|The easiest : |
|The hardest : |
|The most fun : |
|3 ||4 ||5 |
|Sugar Drop levels|
|Level 1023||Level 1024||Level 1025|
|1012||40,000||: 24 : 41|
|1017||100,000||: 17 : 50|
|1019||80,000||: 80,000 pts|
|1023||100,000||: 32 : 49|
|1025||30,000||: 1 : 2|
- This is the last episode ever released with a cutscene. All further episodes's cutscenes are completely static.
- This is the last episode to have an original pathway, but only on web. The episode pathway in mobile is identical to Fudge Fjord's pathway. This episode's pathway is reused for future episodes. Those are: Teapot Tower, Banana Beach, Fungi Forest, Bonbon Baths, Butter Rum Reef, Honey Hut, Festive Forest, Mount Chocolympus, Divine Diner, Candy Canyon, Wacky Waterhole, Vanilla Valley, Honey Highlands, Sugar Shrubs, Piñata Park, Fruity Fairground and Icing Islands.
- This episode resembles Truffle Terrace in many ways. First, both episodes have a green banner/pathway. Second, both words of both episodes start with "T" but do not have alliteration. Third, both have 10 jelly levels and just one candy order order level. Fourth, both feature candy frogs in new ways for the first time (Truffle Terrace has a candy frog in chocolate, this episode has a candy frog in a sugar chest), and finally, both episodes end with "9" (Truffle Terrace is the 59th episode, this episode is the 69th). However, for the episode difficulty, this episode is much easier than Truffle Terrace.
- The background is similar to the one in Cherry Chateau's, but the walls and columns are yellow instead of blue. It is likely that this episode takes place around Cherry Chateau.
- If you look at the background closely, Odus can be seen in the window.
- The chest where Genie Jellybeanie pops out is reused in the Tasty Treasure feature on mobile.
- On mobile, the game background shows Genie already holding the treasure map.
- After finishing the episode on web version, the Genie holds a key instead of a treasure map on the pathway.
- This is the sixth episode in Reality that does not need tickets to go on to the next episode.
- This episode continues the trend of having no text in its story. It is the 26th episode in this trend.
- This episode has no cake bombs and regular icing.
- This episode also continues the trend of having nothing new introduced.
- This episode continues the trend of having no toffee tornadoes and UFOs.
- All the ingredients levels in this episode are not problematic.
- In this episode, it is possible to glitch the dispenser in ingredients levels.
- This episode was released exactly two years after the release of Polkapalooza (Episode 28).
- The release date of this episode (June 17) coincides with "Father's Day" in 2015.
- This episode's background, map texture and story is reused for Playful Palace.