• Wildoneshelper

    I have finished all my public exams and I have quite a lot of free time, so I'm announcing my brief return to this wiki starting from 1 July! While reading this post, you might not have noticed my bot has corrected a lot of grammatical mistakes on the wiki. During my brief return, this is what I will do:

    • Continue my difficulty reviews
    • Organize Main Page design competition (details coming soon!)
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  • Courtemanche437

    Welcome once again everyone to yet another level contest hosted by me! This time, the theme will be levels in which more than one goal must be completed. However, unlike my previous contests, you can submit as many entries as you'd like before the deadline! That said, let's get straight into the...

    1. Your level must be a Mixed level, which is a combination of two level types in one. However, for this contest, I encourage you to combine different types of levels than the ones in the regular game, for example, Jelly and Candy Order levels. 

    2. The types you are allowed to mix are as follows: Jelly, Ingredients, Candy Order, Timed, Soda, Honey, and Jam.

    3. Your level can have between three and seven colors. Set your moves and target scores acco…

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  • Courtemanche437

    It's already been almost a week since I reached my biggest milestone in the three and a half years I've been using this wiki, and yet I still haven't really celebrated. So, I'm now going to rectify that issue.

    I can't believe my fifth millennium of edits took just a week to finish. I don't think I will ever make 1,000 edits that quickly ever again, unless encouraged to do so like Mullig did by racing me to reach this milestone. As of recently, I have been more active than ever, deciding undetermined level and episode difficulties, writing strategies for levels and adding templates where they weren't present, removing unnecessary Trivia sections, and much more. My milestone 5,000th edit was an application for adminship which everyone support…

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  • Courtemanche437


    May 26, 2017 by Courtemanche437

    Mullig and I are currently in a race to reach our next edit milestone, which is 5,000 edits. Who do you think will win? Vote in the comments below!


    The margin of victory was very small. Mulliganaceous had 4991 edits at the time Courtemanche reached 5K. This is a difference of only 9 edits.

    Courtemanche is now applying for admin at the time he reached his 5K. It is also his fastest millennium.

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    Another week, another program to program!

    This week, I have created a program that creates a wikitable listing a table of all levels color coded by difficulty. The difficulties are updated live, and allows one to compare each episode and world's overall difficulty, as well as check any undetermined or erroneously rated levels.

    Unfortunately, Dreamworld has been removed before I could get these tables up. I found only one remaining level yet to be determined, which is Level 469/Dreamworld.

    The page linking to a table of levels color coded by difficulty is:

    Beware: These page sizes are large! I could not manage to make these cells clickable while maintaining text color since the editor glitches whenever I attempt to publish it.…

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  • HM100

    Hello. Happy to see the community growing but we should also prefer the modernization.

    The old ones, used from 2011 until now is the default ones. It provides customization like editing the navbar style etc.

    Note: It will look different when added

    The new ones is in development now. It is used only in some sites as of now.

    This will be enforced too in the future but navbar stylings we use now won't be used anymore :(.

    And this will add actual support for navbar backgrounds

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  • Bp101697

    Good evening! Welcome to "A Few Color Level Design Contest."

    • Only one entry per user. No anon users allowed to join this.
    • All entries must have two colors or three colors.
    • All entries must have 20 moves or higher.
    • Jelly levels are not allowed since in CCS most 2-colored levels and 3-colored levels are jelly levels. Now only ingredients levels, moves levels, and mixed mode levels are allowed.
    • Your entry must be able to create special candies matching. (Levels like 2117 are not allowed because only cascades can create wrapped candies.)
    • You must clearly explain how dispensers and portals work, if neseccary.
    • You can use blockers in Soda Saga (except liquorice links.)
    • No copying levels from original.
    • No boards refering to inauspicious things. You will be…

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    Previous blog (LDC Preview)

    Important Ones Read the previous post. Again, NO PLAGIARISM ALLOWED!


    • All submissions will be rated by me, and other submitters on a 10-point scale (zeroes are possible). An explanation will also be given for every rating.
      • Please don't fret if you receive a lower score such as a 5-6. I usually will submit these scores if your rating is at least a 5.
    • You should explain everything that can be shown on level infoboxes. If there are spawn notes or magic mixers, you should also explain it.
    • You can submit up to three different Reality levels. However, unlike the preview post, submitting Dreamworld counterparts are now optional.
      • A Reality-Dreamworld pair counts as one submission. Dreamworld-only submissions do not count. …

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    Previous blog

    I have finished my blueprints. All designs are made by me on Microsoft Publisher, so levels are easier to create with more organization. The graphics are laid out such that it provides both clarity and detail while preventing ambiguity and making it look as similar to the in-game appearance as possible. It also works well when dealing with element combinations which makes notation awkward. If you want my blueprints, you can email me at

    Most blockers and elements are identical or very similar to their in-game appearances, but are simplified to a minimalist style.

    Please note that an asterisk (*) represents a regular candy. A white candy represents any possible candy color. A colored candy represents a fixed

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