Candy Order levels (also known as Objective levels or just simply Order levels) is one of the six level types in Candy Crush Saga. This level type's icon is pink with a white checkmark. Candy Order levels first appear in Wafer Wharf, the tenth episode, with the first candy order level being level 126.
Candy Order levels are the second most common type of levels in reality, currently making up 22.83% of the levels at 549 total appearances out of the 2405 levels.
In Dreamworld, they make up 23.31% of the overall 665 levels, at 155 total appearances. The current trend is 2-7 candy orders levels per episode
To pass candy order levels, the player has to collect a certain amount of candies, candy combinations or blockers within a certain number of moves. The remaining moves left will become striped candies on the board and they will be activated on Sugar Crush.
Collecting a candy really means clearing it in any way possible. An exception is when a candy is eaten by chocolate; they do not count. Destroying a wrapped candy of the target colour counts as two candies collected.
The lucky candy booster is a booster that can provide a random candy or blocker that is listed in the order for you when destroyed. This makes them almost useless on levels which require players to collect regular candies as the only order required or part of the order required.
The scoring system is as follows: Every regular candy or blocker (except popcorn) collected gives 100 points, every special candy collected (without any combinations) gives 1,000 points, each special candy combination gives 5,000 points, and each popcorn gives 10,000 points.
You need to collect a number of specified candies by removing them from the board (switching them out). If you run out of moves before collecting all of the required candies, you will fail the level.
When you cursor on the order at the middle left of the game, an inscription will show up like the gallery below:
Usually orders that consists of gathering candies of some colour are easy (though there are notable exceptions such as levels 140 and 377). These generally tend to be common early on but later on, there are more complicated orders such as gathering, or even mixing together special candies. Cascading is one of the main strategies when it comes to collect coloured candies. Unlike jelly levels or ingredient levels, you do not have to aim a specific location on the board in order to destroy the right candies. Massive cascades are sometimes required to collect enough candies.
However, at the higher levels, special candy mixes become more common. Mixing 2 special candies can be a difficult task. Not only do players have to create the special candies, but they also have to position them adjacent to each other first. Therefore, this is a very luck based objective. However, some of the higher levels such as the ones in Gummy Gardens only require the collection of candies, special or not. Finally, some of these levels have one target scores which are so high that fulfilling the order alone is not enough to pass the level.
Some candy order levels have a very tight space and/or have 6 colours, making the fulfil of the order much harder.
Candy Order is the hardest level type in Dreamworld. The number of moves are often fewer than Reality and may also have larger order or more colours (always 5 at least), so most extremely hard levels are candy order. The moon scale is also responsible for the very high difficulty of Dreamworld Candy Order levels. Levels 289 and 341 are examples of levels that are much harder than their counterpart because of the 5th colour.
The moon scale also can ruin the day. For colour orders, if the order is the same colour as the moon scale this can cause Odus to fall and slow down your cascades. Special candy orders can also be hard battling the moon scale, as it can unintentionally set off a lot huge cascade. The same goes for candy mixes.
On levels with 5 colours the moon struck remove the left hand colour and levels with 6 colours the moon struck remove both colours on the scale. That means that the entire time the moon struck is active, those candies will not spawn and can therefore not be collected if part of the orders (in addition to the difficulty mentioned above). Some levels rely on mixes and the moon struck could mess up the position of the special candies and instead cause a huge cascade. It makes it easier but it can be frustrating if the cascades set off if you try to position the special candies together. However, special candy orders are a lot easier with a moon struck because a massive cascade can create lots of special candies.
- Along with mixed levels, this is one of the only level types that not to be present at the time Candy Crush Saga was released.
- The first Candy Order level is not a dedicated tutorial on candy orders. There are no dedicated tutorials on candy orders at all.
- In Wafer Wharf, there are ten of these levels in one episode, including the first 7 which are a formal introduction.
- About 1 in 5 levels are Candy order levels.
- Conversely, both Wafer Windmill and Cereal Sea are the episodes having the least candy order levels (after they were introduced), containing only one of such level. Many later episodes also tend to have only a single Candy Order levels.
- In the 400s candy order levels become much more frequent and harder; However, between Cherry Chateau and Glazed Grove there are no episodes that have more than 3 candy order levels.
- The 100th candy order level is level 441. This is also the first level of World Six and Butterscotch Boulders.
- The music on Facebook is the music for timed levels on iOS and Android, while in the mobile versions are the Moves levels.
- Levels 212, 312, 412, and 512 are all candy order levels. But this trend is broken by level 612 as it is a moves level, but 712 continues the trend only to be broken by 812 (ingredient level). 12 and 112 are not candy order levels because the first candy order is seen in level 126.
- Levels 289, 389, 489, 589, 689, 789, and 889 are candy order levels.
- There is once a controversy about the name of these levels - Objective levels or Candy Order levels.
- The largest number of orders up to date is 3000, in level 1000.
- Levels 245, 254, 425, and 452 are all infamous candy order levels due to difficulty.
- These levels all have the digits 2, 4, and 5 in some order.
- Levels 149, 438, and 1304 are the only three candy order levels which requires all three types of orders: candies of a colour, special candies and combinations.
- In rare occasions, even by completing the order, the level can still be failed due to not reaching the target score. Level 1217 and past versions of level 1304 are harder because of this.
- The final level of Dreamworld is a candy order level.
- No candy order levels appear in the 64th episode, the Minty Meadow scene. This is the first episode with no candy order levels since their introduction.
- Additionally, this level is the most extreme case where there is trend of a predominance of jelly levels followed by ingredients levels.
- The final scene of the story arc, the Soda Swamp scene, is an antithesis to this trend. It contains all five level types, and there are only six jelly levels and as many as five candy order levels.
- Many Reality timed levels turned into candy order levels in Dreamworld. They also tend to be a lot harder than they should be (e.g. 151, 177, 182, 198, 237, 267, 328, etc.).
- The 1,000th level in Reality and the entire game are candy order levels.
- Each candy is worth 100 points, each special candy is worth 1000 points and each combo is worth 5000 points. So this will help boost you score.
- Three of the four new candy cannons (lucky candy, mystery candy and chameleon candy) all debut in candy order levels. Extra time candy cannons don't because they can only appear in timed levels.
Notable candy order levelsEdit
- Level 126 - First candy order level.
- A past glitched version of level 127 - The first level on mobile to require collecting special candies and combinations. Also the first level on mobile to require combining colour bombs with special candies.
- Level 129 - First level which doesn't spawn new candies.
- Level 130 - The first level on web version to require collecting special candies and combinations.
- Level 131 - The first quadrant candy order level.
- Level 132 - The first level on web and mobile version to require combining colour bombs with special candies (colour bomb + striped candy for mobile version and colour bomb + wrapped candy for web version).
- Level 140 - A very hard candy order level that requires a lot of special candies/chain reactions to collect 99 red, orange, and yellow candies in 45 moves.
- Level 149 - First candy order level which requires all three types of orders: candies of a colour, special candies and combinations.
- Level 153 - First candy order level which requires a colour bomb + colour bomb combination.
- Level 165 - Another former very hard candy order level that requires a lot of combinations and special candies that to collect 99 blue candies, 49 yellow candies and 24 green candies that has a lot (172) with six colours. Another problem is the bombs due to the bomb timers being . It was also known as the hardest candy order level and usually placed third in the hardest level in Reality of its time before June 2014. It is now badly nerfed.
- Level 192 - Second level that doesn't spawn new candies.
- Level 202 - A candy order level that has 19 colour bombs from the marmalade at the start of the board.
- Level 236 - A level known for the chain reactions caused by the mystery candies as they fill all 81 spaces.
- Level 240 - First candy order level that has a marmalade + liquorice lock glitch. It is also known as the 3rd candy order level to have a double colour bomb combination.
- Level 254 - Only level which has all of the combinations the same special candies.
- Level 266 - A very hard candy order level due to the fact that candy bombs come down constantly.
- Level 281 - Fiftieth candy order level. Also the first one that requires more than 99 candies of a single colour (300 Greens).
- Level 341 - One of the hardest four colour candy order levels.
- Level 347 - An extremely hard candy order level due to having to create lots of special candy orders in 6 colours. The blockers also makes creation of the orders much harder.
- Level 377 - One of the hardest candy order levels in the game until nerf.
- Level 389 and 400 - These candy order levels have 14 colour bombs at the start of the board.
- Level 419 and 421 - Formerly the hardest candy order levels. Now drastically nerfed. They are now the first levels which have new features (UFO in level 419 and Lucky Candy under liquorice locks in level 421).
- Level 423 - First level to have Coconut wheels which are normally only found in ingredient levels to appear on the board after the removal of the Toffee Tornado.
- Level 441 - 100th candy order level
- Level 452 and 453 - These candy order levels require huge amounts of special candies (80 striped and 35 wrapped respectively).
- Level 459 - A candy order level that used to have 9 Toffee Tornadoes, the most of any other level.
- Level 467 - A candy order level which is impossible to win if all the provided colour bombs were used up and the order is not met (unless the Lucky Candy booster is activated before starting the level).
- Level 677 - An excruciatingly painful candy order level which required 10 striped + striped candy combinations. Now heavily nerfed.
- Level 820 and 821 - Lucky candies appear from the board right from the start instead of required to be activated before starting the level.
- Level 824 - First level to have Coconut wheels which are normally only found in ingredient levels to appear on the board before the removal of the Toffee Tornado.
- Level 829 - One of the hardest candy order levels. Now got badly nerfed.
- Level 927 - 200th candy order level
- Level 971 and 972 - You must use the given lucky candies to fulfill the order since the target colour (yellow) does not spawn.
- Level 1000 - A candy order level to require the most amount of candies (3,000) and the most amount of a single candy (1,000). And also the 1,000th Reality level.
- Level 1072 - A "4.5 colours" version of level 971 and 972 where the target colour (red) does not spawn.
- Level 1154 - This is unofficially (because the level was redesigned a long time after release) the first four-coloured level to require yellow candies. The first official appearance of yellow candies in 4 coloured levels is level 1879.
- Level 1180 - Was considered the hardest level in the game before got redesigned completely different jelly level.
- Level 1230 - A level which requires the greatest amount of colour bombs (36 colour bombs). Also has the most popcorn on board, with 36.
- Level 1277 - The level which caused level 126 and level 127 to be glitched on mobile.
- Level 1329 - The Reality level which requires the greatest number of special candies (85 striped candies).
- Level 1447 - The first level to require collecting blockers (chocolate, icing, and liquorice swirl).
- Level 1454 - The first level to require collecting popcorn.
- Level 1457 - A candy order level which is impossible to win if all the magic mixers are destroyed and the order is not met.
- Level 1471 - The first candy order level that requires both blockers and candies (both normal and special) in the same level.
- Level 1475 - A level which is very easy to make impossible to win (by activating UFOs which can turn liquorice swirls into wrapped candies, in which case they won't be counted toward the order).
- Level 1476 - The Reality level which requires the largest number of wrapped candies, 100. Also, this level is a reference to the 100th Reality episode, the starting green candies are spelled out as 100, and purple and green order requires 100 of each.
- Level 1483 - 300th candy order level
- Level 1502 - The first candy order level that requires both blockers and special candy combinations in the same level.
- Level 1611 - A candy order level with lucky candies covering the entire board at the start. Also the first one which requires blockers that don't appear or spawn on the board.
- Level 1641 - A level that is a reference to the 111th Reality episode, the starting red, green, and blue candies are spelled out as 111; red, blue, and green order requires 111 of each.
- Level 1848 - 400th candy order level.
- Level 1879 - This is officially the first four-coloured level that requires yellow candies as part of an order. It is also the first one with orders for candy colours that don't spawn and non-colour orders are co-existing.
- Level 1985 - Originally the first level which spawn lucky candies without using a lucky candy booster before being buffed to not spawn lucky candies.
- Level 2000 - A milestone level and the first 3-coloured level since Level 1108 until it was changed.
- Level 2032 - First level with lucky candy dispensers.
- Level 2033 - Currently the first level in which lucky candies spawn without using a lucky candy booster, due to level 1985 being buffed to not spawn lucky candies.
- Level 2034 - First level with mystery candy dispensers.
- Level 2048 - First level with a multilayered icing order, even though icing doesn't appear or spawn from magic mixers, meaning the player must rely on lucky candies.
- Level 2071 - First level where it is impossible to win without getting more lucky candies from mystery candies because the only way to fill the order is to open lucky candies, but there aren't enough lucky candies on the board and no more will spawn.
- Level 2098 - First level which both lucky candies and coconut wheels. However, the coconut wheel is isolated from the main board (where the lucky candies spawn) so they can't be combined.
- Level 2103 - First level to require special candy combinations involving special candies which can't be created (due to the board being too small). Again, you must rely on lucky candies.
- Level 2117 - First level to require individual special candies on a board which is too small to create them. Once again, you must rely on special candies. Also, at this point, all four types of orders will have been required in a level which is impossible to create them without lucky candies at least once.
- Level 2185- First candy order level with jelly fish.
- Level 2198- First level with chameleon candy dispensers.
- Level 2221 - 500th candy order level.
- Level 2289- First 4.5 coloured level with lucky candy cannons.
- Dreamworld version of level 182 - One of the hardest candy order level in Dreamworld. Its Reality counterpart is one of the hardest timed levels.
- Dreamworld version of level 202 - A level which formerly had the most unstable Moon Scale of just 5 candies of imbalance
- Dreamworld version of level 237 - One of the hardest candy order levels in Dreamworld. Its Reality counterpart is a timed level.
- Dreamworld version of level 276 - Once a near-impossible candy order level. Now badly nerfed.
- Dreamworld version of level 289 - Formerly hardest level in Dreamworld, even with fewer candies required compare with its Reality counterpart, because it has a 5th colour. Also the hardest level in Dreamworld and the hardest level in Dreamworld to earn three stars.
- Dreamworld version of level 341 - One of the hardest candy order level in Dreamworld due to its counterpart in Reality is one of the hardest four colour levels.
- Dreamworld version of level 365 - 1,000th level in the entire game.
- Dreamworld version of level 425 - The hardest candy order level without being nerfed or buffed.
- Dreamworld version of level 430 - The hardest candy order level after buffing, with 16 moves available to make 8 more colour bombs and demolish six locked bombs within 10 moves, such an impossible job. Now it's the hardest level in the game.
- Dreamworld version of level 656 - Final Dreamworld level which requires special candy combinations.
- Dreamworld version of level 665 - Final candy order level and final level in Dreamworld. The level which requires the greatest amount of special candies (100 striped).
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