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Episode 48
World (Flash) 8
World (HTML5) 10
Levels 696-710
Characters Mr. Yeti
Champion title Clockwork King
New features Ingredient cannon cherry + Horizontal striped candy cannon new (unofficial)
Chocolate Spawner (new) in Marmalade (unofficial)
Frog5 order (unofficial)
Release date Web version - 1 October 2014
Mobile version - 27 October 2014
Difficulty Extremely Hard
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Toffee Tower is the 48th episode in Candy Crush Saga and the third episode of World 10 (HTML5). This episode was released on 1 October 2014. The champion title for this episode is Clockwork King.


Before episode:
Mr. Yeti is asleep on the tower.
After episode:
Tiffi wakes up Mr. Yeti by using an air horn. However, Mr. Yeti falls, but it is unknown what happened to Mr. Yeti.

New things[]

  • Ingredient + horizontal striped candy cannon is unofficially introduced in level 707, due to redesigning.
  • Chocolate fountains appear in marmalade in level 703 (due to redesigning).
  • Candy frog order is unofficially introduced in level 704 due to redesigning.


Reality 48 Background

This episode contains levels 696-710.

Toffee Tower is an extremely hard episode with a mean of 6.79. It contains three very hard levels: 696, 699, and 700, two extremely hard levels: 702 and 710, five nearly impossible levels: 697, 704, 705, 707 and 709, and one variable level: 703. Consequently, it is much harder than the previous episode, Choco Rio Grande.

Jelly new Ingredient drop new Objective new Mixed new
3 3 4 5
The easiest :
Level 698
The hardest :
Orange Green Blue
Orange Green Blue Purple
Red Orange Green Blue Purple
1 6 8
Sugar Drop icon Sugar Drop levels
Mixed new Level 699 Mixed new Level 700 Ingredient drop new Level 708
Lockedhard Hexagon levels
Level 699 Level 702 Level 704 Level 705 Level 707 Level 710

 Difficulty code summary (details here)

NoneVery EasyEasySomewhat EasyMediumSomewhat HardHardVery HardExtremely HardNearly ImpossibleVariable

0 0 2 0 0 1 1 3 2 5 1



Big ben

The Elizabeth Tower in London, England

48 Toffee Tower HD (new)

Toffee Tower background on mobile devices

  • 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 introduced levels with 75 moves, once the highest number of moves in a level for a long time. They were level 696 and the milestone level 700, but level 700 was buffed shortly after.
  • 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 main character as another episode's (Mr. Yeti was first introduced in Chocolate Mountains).
  • This is one of only two episodes in the entire game with the word "toffee" in its name, the other episode is Toffee Teasprings.
    • 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 to be released later in the day, first being Cereal Sea.
  • 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 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 episode's background, map texture and story is reused for Sugary Steeple.
Candy Crush Saga Reality episodes