Episode 11 of Candy Crush Saga is called Gingerbread Glade. It reminds me a little of the Hansel and Gretel fairy tale because the Episode features a gingerbread house and a witch.
The visuals are the only similarity between the fairy tale and the Candy Crush Saga Episode called Gingerbread Glade. This is the first Episode in a while to start out with a character that needs some help – but isn’t so distraught that they are crying. Life seems to be improving in Candy Crush Saga land.
The Gingerbread Glade Episode starts with a witch who is making a potion. She muses that her potion needs more pop. The little girl offers to help her.
Witch: My potion needs some extra pop!
“I can help with that!”
I earned 3 stars in all but one level of Gingerbread Glade.
Level 153 required the player to get not one, but two, Color Bombs – and then somehow get them close enough together to match them with each other. A big chunk of this level is cluttered by jelly. That makes it very difficult to get five of the same color lined up to make a Color Bomb.
I tried starting the level with a Color Bomb, but that doesn’t actually help because the jelly is in the way. I ran out of moves and had to use the Color Bomb, with a regular candy, in order to continue playing.
When you match two Color Bombs, they create lightning that destroys all of the candy in the level. It is fun to watch.
I completed Episode 11 on July 3, 2016.
After a player completes every level in Episode 11, they get to see how the little girl solved the witch’s problem with her potion. The little girl drops a piece of candy that has a musical note on it into the potion.
Witch: Thank you! That’s bubbletastic!
I earned the Grand Witch award.
This is what the Grand Witch award looks like in-game. It says I earned 44 episode stars.