|Champion title||Clockwork King|
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|Release date|| - 1 October 2014|
- 27 October 2014
|Difficulty||Easy - Somewhat Easy|
Toffee Tower is the 48th episode of Candy Crush Saga and the sixth and final episode of World Eight. This episode was released on 1 October 2014. The champion title for this episode is Clockwork King.
- Wrapped candies in liquorice locks are officially introduced in level 696.
- Coconut wheels appear naturally on the board (not encased in any blockers) in level 700.
- Also, level 698 is now the first level with candy bomb + mystery candy cannon, due to redesigning.
LevelsEditThis episode contains levels 696-710.
While most levels are easy in this episode, it contains one hard level: 702. Level 710 is also considered somewhat difficult. Overall, it is an easy - somewhat easy episode and is considered much easier than the previous episode, Choco Rio Grande.
|The easiest : |
|The hardest : |
|The most fun : |
|4 ||5 |
|Sugar Drop levels|
|Level 699||Level 700||Level 708|
|696||100,000||: 52||Currently has the most moves in the game|
|698||100,000||: 100,000 pts|
|699||150,000||: 20 : 100|
|700||25,000||: 2 : 1|
|703||100,000||: 2 : 2|
|705||200,000||: 5 : 10 : 15|
|707||50,000||: 3 : 2|
|708||10,000||: 1 : 2|
|709||40,000||: 3 : 3|
- This is the fifth episode in a row in which there is no text in the story.
- This was the first episode since Sweet Surprise to have two timed levels until they were removed.
- Coincidentally, the toffee tower is a clock tower.
- This episode has a level with 75 moves, currently the highest number of moves in a level. In addition, Level 700 used to have 75 moves as well before it was buffed.
- This is the second episode in the entire game to have more ingredients levels than jelly levels. The first was Bubblegum Bridge.
- This is the sixth time an episode's name shares a word with another episode name in Reality, with Licorice Tower (which is ironically enough the first episode since Candy Town not to have any timed levels at the time of release).
- This is the first episode to have the same mascot as another episode's (Mr. Yeti was first introduced in Chocolate Mountains).
- This is the second episode in the whole entire game to have 3 consecutive ingredient levels in a single episode, those being 707, 708, and 709. The first episode was Wafer Windmill and the third episode is Chewy Citadel.
- This episode contains no cake bombs.
- Despite named "Toffee Tower", toffee tornadoes have never appeared in this episode before they were completely removed from the game.
- This is the second episode in the game to have fewer than 5 jelly levels.
- This is the second episode to be released later in the day, first being Cereal Sea.
- This episode has the longest string of non-jelly levels, which consist of 8 of them. Second is the string of the first 7 candy order levels from 126 to 132.
- The hands on the clock point to 1:30 PM.
- The tower looks like the Elizabeth Tower in London, England.
- The background on mobile devices show Tiffi being happy that Mr. Yeti is asleep.
- This episode came out about 12 hours after the first nerf of level 677.
- This episode breaks the trend of no jelly levels ending with 0 since Wafer Windmill.
- This is the first episode to contain more than one quadrant level, 701 and 707.
- This is the first time a previously seen character gets another main appearance in a non-holiday episode.
- The name of this episode is almost identical to the 138th episode of Candy Crush Soda Saga, Toffee's Tower.
- This is one of only two episodes in the entire game with the word "toffee" in its name, the other episode is Toffee Teasprings.
- This episode's background and story is reused for Sugary Steeple.