|Jelly squares||: 5|
|Target score||: 6,000 pts|
|Colours|| 4 |
Level 606 is the first level in Cereal Sea and the 266th jelly level. To pass this level, you must clear 5 single jelly squares in 20 moves or fewer. When you complete the level, Sugar Crush is activated and will score you additional points. This level introduces the candy frog. Since this new element is more complex than earlier introduced elements, this level is a dedicated tutorial to how to use the candy frog.
- The candy frog can eat special candies created with him.
- There are five jellies, so you have to feed the frog to get to the jellies. However, you can still use the special candy by swapping the frog (if it is a colour bomb) or matching with three other candies.
- No candies spawn on the board where there are jelly squares.
- On mobile, this level serves as a tutorial of how to use a candy frog. As such, the board layout will always be the same.
- This level would be one of the few levels which have a difficulty rating of none (for mobile only). You will certainly complete this level if you play it properly (if you follow the tutorial). It may be failed if you do intentionally do not utilise the candy frog (only possible if you skip the tutorial).
- The presence of only four candy colours makes it really easy to create special candies.
- Feed the frog and then use it on the jellies.
- The candy frog must be used on the middle square; otherwise, it will be extremely difficult to clear them all.
Earning More StarsEdit
- The presence of four colours makes it easy to create special candies. However, it is not that useful as the position of jellies heavily restrict the use of special candy combinations.
- The jellies are worth 5,000 points. Hence, additional 5,000 points for two stars and additional 25,000 points for three stars have to be earned through matching of candies.
- The candy frog requires three moves to be completely charged and requires one more move to apply it on the square on or around the jellies, reducing the number of moves available for sugar crush. This is less critical because points are awarded for clearing the jellies.
- The jellies can only be cleared using the candy frog, colour bombs or a colour bomb + colour bomb combination. Moreover, none of the columns where the jellies are has three vertical squares. Hence, any huge point cascades is impossible. With this point in mind, the player is required to complete the level in as few moves as possible.
- On mobile devices, following all the tutorial steps will guarantee three stars.
- On web, feed the frog as fast as possible. A colour bomb can be helpful.
- This is the third episode opener which has four colours. The first is level 336 and the second is level 591.
- This level originally had one single jelly, being the second level with only one jelly, the first being level 172.
- This level most probably is intended as a tutorial level for how to use the candy frog, since it is one of the most complex elements.
- This is also the first dedicated tutorial since level 11. Ironically, it is only available to advanced Candy Crush players, and one must endure several hard levels (like level 461) to reach that far. The Candy Frog, however, is a unique element which requires a steeper learning curve compared to the other elements.
- This is one of the few tutorials which will always be available on mobile. The other tutorials are Dreamworld levels 1 and 2. This is also the only Reality level that always have a tutorial.
- This level can be compared to level 301 of Candy Crush Soda Saga, the first level of Home Sticky Home. Level 301 introduces Sprinkleshell, which you can also feed candies and activate his power. His power is that he can eliminate a colour without spending a move, like a colour bomb.
- This level has an icon bug that shows the first version of this level.
- You can use only one colour bomb without using a candy frog to complete this level on mobile.
- This level spawns sugar drops, when that feature is active.
- Orange line(s) show where the candies spawn.
- Light blue square(s) indicate the position of single jellies.