|Champion title||Clockwork King|
|New features|| ()|
Empty board at the start
|Release date|| - 1 October 2014|
- 27 October 2014
|Difficulty|| - Hard|
- Somewhat Hard
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.
- Technically, nothing new is added, however, wrapped candies appear in liquorice locks for the first time in level 696.
- Coconut wheels appear naturally on the board (not encased in any blockers) in level 700.
- Also, level 701 is the first level where nothing appears on the board at the start (before candies settle).
LevelsEditThis episode contains levels 696-710.
While most are easy levels in this episode, it contains three very hard levels: 699 (somewhat hard on mobile), 703, and 709. Levels 702 (medium on mobile), 706, and 710 are also considered quite difficult. Overall, it is a hard episode on web and a somewhat hard episode on mobile, and is considered easier than the previous episode, Choco Rio Grande.
|The easiest : |
|The hardest : |
|4 ||5 ||6 |
|Sugar Drop levels|
|Level 699||Level 700||Level 708|
|Level 699||Level 703||Level 709|
|0||0||2|| - 3|
| - 5|
|696||75||100,000||: 52||Currently has the most moves in the game|
|698||Infinite||75,000||: 75,000 pts in 120 secs|
|699||32||150,000||: 3 : 12|
|700||45||25,000||: 2 : 1|
|701||Infinite||225,000||: 225,000 pts in 120 secs|
|702|| - 22|
|703||50||100,000||: 5 : 5|
|705||60||200,000||: 5 : 10 : 15|
|707||45||75,000||: 3 : 2|
|709||40||40,000||: 2 : 2|
- This is the fifth episode in a row in which there is no text in the story.
- This is the first episode since Sweet Surprise to have two timed levels.
- In addition, this is the first episode to have exactly 2 timed levels.
- 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).
- 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 famous Big Ben in London, England.
- The background on mobile devices show Tiffi being happy that Mr. Yeti is asleep.
- The release date of this episode coincides with "International Day of Older Persons".
- 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 looks nearly similar to the 138th episode of Candy Crush Soda Saga, Toffee's Tower.
|Candy Crush Saga Reality episodes|