|Episode||Ice Cream Caves|
|Jelly squares||: 37|
|Target score||: 100,000 pts|
| Number of|
| 6 |
|Number of spaces||81|
|Level 504||Level 505||Level 506|
Level 505 is the fifth level in Ice Cream Caves and the two hundred fifteenth jelly level. To pass this level, you must clear 37 double jelly squares and score at least 100,000 points in 50 moves or fewer. If you have extra moves left in this level, Sugar Crush will activate jelly fish to eat candies and score you additional points.
Due to the board having six colours which makes it hard to create special candies, coupled with the need to clear the cake bombs to increase the available board space makes it harder to create a colour bomb + candy bomb combination, the clearing of the cake bomb removes all the candies on the board including colour bombs and candy bombs, and a high three star score requirement (more than the double the number of points required to earn two stars) makes this level hard to earn three stars. It is available to be voted as the hardest level in Reality to earn three stars.
- This level can be challenging due to the fact there are six colours which makes it hard to create special candies. Furthermore, special candies are generally required to break the bottom four slices of the cake bombs.
- One candy bomb will be dispensed every two moves. The timer is pretty high, so you have time, but since there are six-colours, it can sometimes be very difficult to clear bombs.
- This level is harder than it looks, and even with 50 moves, clearing both cake bombs is difficult - there is jelly behind the cake bombs as well.
- This level is somewhat similar to level 366 in that even with 50 moves, to clear all the jellies behind the cake bombs is quite difficult.
Overall, this level is tricky, but quite doable and not too difficult.
- Your primary issue is dealing with the cake bombs. You want to clear them both, but not simultaneously, to really be able to make progress with this level.
- As the timer on the candy bombs is not that low, the player should try to destroy the blockers, and only destroy the candy bomb if the timer is low enough.
Getting Three Stars (For Daring Players)Edit
- Difficulty: Insanely Hard
- Six colours make it hard to create special candies.
- The jellies are worth 74,000 points (37 double jellies x 2 single jellies per double jelly x 1,000 points per single jelly = 74,000 points). Hence, clearing the jellies alone leaves the player having to earn an additional 376,000 points.
- The restricted size of the board at the start of the game causes a good number of moves to be spent to clear the cake bombs.
- Due to the above point, it makes it hard to score huge amount of points through the creation of the colour bomb + candy bomb combination at the start of the game.
- The three star target score is high. Most runs of passing the level will end up with 230,000 - 290,000 points.
- The player needs to destroy both cake bombs within 8 to 10 moves to ensure there will be enough candy bombs present once the board is opened.
- Creating wrapped candies is a top priority at the start of the game. Combine it with a striped candy or a wrapped candy for optimum results.
- Wrapped candy + wrapped candy combination is the best combination for taking out the cakes in one move. However, they are hard to make and can cause a good number of moves to be spent.
- Once all the cake bombs are cleared, try to create colour bombs and do not clear this level in as few moves as possible. This is because more candy bombs will be dropped and players can earn much more points through the creation of the colour bomb + candy bomb combination.